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English Extracts. EMIGRATION IN 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

#n(|H$U (extracts. EMIGRATION IN 1859. >v r: irarn from the report or the Emigration ConmiisMoners for 1859 that 120,432 emigrants left our shores in that year ; an increase of 6460 upon the veur preceding, but with that exception the smallest emigmtiou of the last 14 years. 33,930 were English people, 10,182 Scotch, fi'2,981 Irish, 4142 foreigners, and 18,897 not distin guished, ,v> tliat the Irish, who at one time formed the great majority, were but 43*95 per cent, of the whole number. This was the natural result of the improved state of Ireland, or at least not of want of funds, for the remittances to the old country by emigrants during the year amounted Jo £(»J1,170, of which £575,378 camo from set tlers in America—more thau sufficient to defray the whole expense of the emigration from Ireland to that country. The destination of the emigrants w*S—-£or the United Slates 70, .03, for British North America «GS!>, for Australia i>nd New Zealand 31,013, for i 11 other pla...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
South Australian Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

Jftrotft Australian %ttw. voi.vnteer Act Amendment Bill.—Nearly 2000 rifles have by this tirao been distributed by the Government amongst the male population of the colony, and a further number is still asked for. The Assembly has resolved to ask the Home Government to supply the colony gratuitously with 10,01(0 liflcs, and a battery of guns. There arc good reports from the new Wallaroo Copper Mines on Yorko's Peninsula.

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 — 28 September 1860

The Wcicht -o^ Blows, —Some of the English 4»pera,profess to doubt whether Heenan is a hard hitter. There is a etoir current that at the Boston Gymnasium, where they have a con trivance to test .the weight of a Mow,..the best pupil atrucV 70 pounds. After a few days' practice the teacher was ableto ttrikel30 .^pounds. Heenan nut Jritnself intraiiung there .for a short..period, and the weight of hia blow was 620_pounds—yearly the third of a ton! ~ " — hard a hone kicks?— INICLK—8uoh is the _ ubliehed at Back Creek, f*which we duly ackhow ^ fake^fbe liberal Jhffi&reaio the ex i^td p^iBes.'.,::fbtto cJe appears tf b$ if*n opinion tw^e __ ^ireitisement8- -fllie iDtt^ber thfe.f^roniclejpw ||0<W»S.'SA#' 'anddesorves * -•*!> {?- :.'r ■ ' :f''_ 1 H. B, WILSON, ' WINE, SPIRIT, & COMMISSION IjKwrhatrt, &(., Is now prepared to make CobIi ndvanccs on "Wool, Tallow,' Hidis, &c., consigned to him, for the Emtlish Maj-ket. H. fori Eden. d 25 CONVEYANCI...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

NEW CALEDONIA. j The Honitevr Imperial publishes a proclama tion regulating the trade of a baker in the colony. Under the-e rules, no person can carry on the trade of a taker without the special permission of the oomrrumdivnt. He must have constantly in his store 2000 kilogrammes of flour, vf which" he must always be able to have 1300 ns a reserve. He must supply everybody with bread who come to him with inonuy in his hand, and must not leave off business except after two months' notice. He is lUble to the visits of the police, and in cose of oft ending against the rules to fines ranging from 50 to .000 francs. From and after the 1st September an officer of health trill board all vessels arriving in New Caledonia, .and free pratique will only be accorded by him after examination of the passengers' state of health.; Captains of vessels must be provided ■with a health certilcate, the production of which mil be insisted on. The French frigate Sybille haa arrived in New . Caledonia via ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Victorian Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

Victorian items. At the Criminal Sessions, September 21, the trial of Josiah FT til, for alleged fraudulent ins'ilveney, resulted in a verdict of acquittal. Tiie sum of £1000 has been placed 011 the Estimates for 1861, fur the new wing of the Ballarat Hospital.—Star. The Victorian Lind Bill 1ms became lair; and the parliament was prorogued, on the 18th inst, tilt the 22nd October, by the Governor in poison. The following are the paragraphs of most impor tance in the gubernatorial speech "The bill for mrul&ting the Bale of Grown lands presents a settlement of a question which, 8inee the Introduction of Constitutional Govern ment into the colony, has been foremost in importanooin the public mind, and upon which, from tho difficulty of reconciling conflicting' interests and opinions, practical legislation ha* hitherto been found impossible. "Mutual and liberal concessions by both bnnolies of the Legislature have at length ro suited in the production of a mrasuro whioh mil, 'i t...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Mining Intelligence. THE VICTORIAN PRESS AND THE KIANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

fining rHB VICTORIAN PRESS AND TIIE K1ANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. The following letter on the subject of the misrepresentations/f the Press of Victoria rela tive to comparative richness of Kiandra as a gold-field aud of those in our sister colony, has boon addressed to the Sydney Herald, and signed 1'. Scribe. The letter, which we republish entire, will, of itself show in what estimation the resources of Kiandra ns a f»old producing district, is hold by »orae of the evidently practical : miners of N. S. Wales. j "Sir,—The toul of the Press of our neigh bouring colony of Victoria, as well as the facts adduccd, are so itterly at variance with the j truth, as well ns al<>gether one-sided in its state-1 mcnts, that 1 cjinot rest satisfied until I ' attempt to give b the digging population of ■ these colonic? somclliing that inny be taken as ' candid, fair, and r«iablc. 1 have not read in any of the Victorian ppers or publications anything to the advantage <f the Snowy lt...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

DIARY. tw „<• , |Day ofiSunlSuiiiMoon'si jh.m. h.m.' days. , h. in. Friday........ Sep. 285 45o 56. 13 • 724 p.m. Saturday.... ,, 295 43 6 571 14 6 9 „ SvxdaY „ 305 435 57; F. ; 9 II „ Monday Oct. 15 415 58; lfl 1 9 47 „

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

LAND: LAND: FOR SALE AND LEASE. The Undersigned lias in hands for Sale and Lease a large number of the most Valuable Allot ments in the township of Eden. ALSO, SUBURBAN & COUNTRY PROPERTIES. E. W. LAYTOX, Auctioneer, Land and Commission Agent. Eden, 24th September. FOB SALE OB LEASE, Allotments of Land SEVERAL Allotments of LAND in very eligible positions either for private Resi dences or Business purposes. Apply to E. T. Gilbert & Co. Horse and Cattle Salesmen, and General Auclioners, c Irulay and Mitchell Streets. HEW ZEALAND FOB SALE, By the Undersigned,—the cargo of NEW ZEALAND PINE, from Auckland, chiefly consisting of Boards, 0 x f inoh, E. W. LAYTON. oo 2 Auctioneer, Land, and Commission Agent PRIME FAT SHEEP From Bibeiiluke for SALE at Woluiula, iu lots to suit Eden and l'anbula, and other Butchers. The whole flock being of FlltST CLASS QUALITY No picking will bo allowed. For further particulars apply to Mr. HaiiW at Woiuniin, or to c nl f Mr. Manning, Kamtru...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

SALES BY AUCTION. This Day nt 12 o'clock, at their rooms, allot- ! meats of land, by Messrs. Thomas. This Day, Sept. 28th, at the stores of II. B. Wilson, miscellaneous merchandise, by E. T. Gilbert and Co., at 12 o'clock. Ti'Esuat, October 2nd, at 11 o'clock, sale of Timber and Butter; also a lighter of 40 tons, ou the Wharf, by J. Blow.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Police Intelligence. EDEN, Tuesday, Sept. 25th. (Before P. J. Murray, Esq., P. M.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

$otia afntcUiflftttt. EDLN, Tuesday, Sept. 25th. (Before P* J. Murray, Esq., P. M.) Drunk and Disorderly.—William Smith was charged by Constable Morris, with being drunk and disorderly in tlie church reserve, on Monday la->t. Morris staled, that the prisoner wiiri drunk find had taken of)' his shirt, and ill other ways was conducting himself in a disorderly manner. lie was fined 10s. Similar Ciiaugk. — Thomas Ht-nVy was brought before the bench charged with biing drunk and using most obscene lan-runge. The prisoner admitted being in liquor hut denied the latter part of the charge. Fined £2. Idle and Dishonest.—Three men of tho name of Byrne, Truden, and Goldt-n, were cluirgcd by Constable .Morris with being idle and dishonest characters, and having no visib:e means of support, and frequenting public houses trying to defraud tho public by gambling. The prisoners pleaded " Xot Guilty." Constable Morris sworn.—I went yesterday to Lewis's public house, where 1 saw the three prisoners...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

just published. CLAM'S l)uthli pbioe six s. & H. SOLOMONS, EDEN. ■ * •>:/* • it.' ■ . ivam p ;b£, upholstebb rfdixjqbatok, jaimm Chat^S-STREET/ktthemrof graph" QM&b, Orden rficuted patch at ths moit moderatt

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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English. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

The «Court Circular' states that her Majesty has received a telegraph message, dated July 25, at Potsdam, announcing that the Princess Royal's condition is most satisfactory, and that the iufaut Princess is jwrfectly well. The following correspondence between Mr. President Buchanan ana Queen Victoria, in re ference to the visit of the Prince of Wales, is published in the New York papers. LETTER FliOM THE PRESIDENT TO TQfi QUEEN. To Her Majesty Queen Victoria,— • I have learnt from the public journals that the Prince of Wales ig about to visit your Majesty's North American dominions. Should it be the intention of his royal highness to extend his visit to the United States, I need not say how happy I should be to give him a cordial welcome to Washington. You 111 iy be well assured that everywhere in this cotm.'ij he will be greeted by the American people iu such a manner as cannot fail to prove gratifying i<> your Majesty, In this they will manifest their deep sense of y...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

Baron Ward, the fiumnu Prima Minister of Lucca, who died in 1858, was aon of William Ward, stud-groom to Mr. Ridsdale, the trainer, and was himself originally a groom. In after years, as everybody knows, he bectmc chief adviser to the GrandDuke of Lucca, and was created a baron. Onedayebout this timo, when he entered the duke's room, he found him occu pied with a pencil and paper. " Ward," said his royal highness, * I am devising * coatof arou for you. As a marie of th'e esteem in which you arc'hold by the duchess as well as by myself, vou shall have armorial bearings compounded of her arms and my own. I will give you the silver cross of Savoy with the golden jmr de lis of Prance in dexter chief." With many expressions of gratitude for the honour which was about to bo conferred upon him, he asked permission to add something emblematical of his native ooun try; and, as he had heard that coots of arms sometimes had supporters, he would like to have the cross of Savoy and the lily of B...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 28TH SEPTEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

FRIDAY, 28rn SEPTEMBER, 18C0. If there be one subject of more importance than another, in so far as regards theinteicsts '■ of the district of Mnncroo, it is tliat of the j developement of its mineral wealth, now kin;; j hid in the bowels of the oarth. The subject i is one which should claim the attention of j all those who have made this township their residence. The population which has been j attracted hither from Victoria, Tasmania, and j from all the other colonies of Australia come in the hopes of benefitting by the rush to Kiandra and the surrounding gold-produc ing country, and the policy of having the dis trict fully prospected has been gradually forcing itself on the minds of most of our merchant* and other leading men in Eden aiul the neighbouring townships; but it has been for a long time the cause of the greatest sur prise to all, that no steps have been taken ere uiis w unug w ugui ncui's >vuicu uavc i>ceii known to exist under our feet—riches, the localities of ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

^orrip Extracts. A fact yhHout €»ral!i;l in judicial annals has lately ocoutred before the Criminal Tribunul of tho Loinejn I'ranoe.' An unmarried woman ac cused .of. the-raucier of hor child was acquitted by tho jury, although alio had confessed hor crime in open court. The judge ordered her discharge in the following terms:—" FilleGuitou, the incre dible indulgence of the jury has procured your ac quittal, which you do not deserve. Profit by the lesson, and begone." The latest news from Syria announces (hat the stale of things' was still serious. 10,000 Druses were inarching ou Damascus, where the Chris tians run the greatest danger. A prompt Euro pean intervention is absolutely necessary to res cue the remaining Christians from massacre.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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ENGLISH SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

ENGLISH SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. The following vessels had arrived:— From Sydney. — Castle Howard, Coleroon, i Walter Hood, Light of the Age, Struthallan, Old Honesty, Alfred, oud the Star of Peace. From Melbourne.—Dream, Vcnitia, Engenia, Prince of "Wales, Eagle, and Maid of India. Departures for Sydney.—Lochiel, Bock City, Ti'li'grapb, Jusop, Solwuy, and Cyprus. Departuresfor Melbourne.—Ocean Chief, Mo narch, John Watt, Ancona, Jeannette, Mermaid, and Great Britain {etcanier). tVAL fftolt^she Snowy.—K young tnan, Ruttcr.tla nlw «on a visit in Parramatta,j latcly left fBlhilrs, where J&Jm made ; a'totit £1000 by digpKg. He anB ttt pateg had 106 ounoea ot gola stolen from them|" and he came down to Goulbura to prosecut£pte of tie ] garlics who robbsd thctp. There were two men j engaged in tt>e fobbery, one of whom Is nowat j larare. Thev fortunately caught the one who had j the gold.— •Paramatta Chronicle.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

itoal fftttctligMtt. Religious.—On Sundar last the Rev. Patrick Ditch celebrated Mass, Mr. Keon having kindly placed Lis bouse at the disp eal of Mr. Birch for the occasion. The congregation mnnbi red about tiftv perbons. Subscriptions were solicited to wards a fund to put the chapel in repnir by (ho commencement of November, when the rev. gentleman intends to renew his visit The i-u:n of £40 was subscribed at once, and Mr. Silk and Mr. Keon were appointed trustees with power to add three more to their number. The following is n lis-t of the subscribers and the amount of their respective contributions. Michael O'Brien H. M'C-arthy J. Callignn II OHIO III* „ J. Kcniilan ... ThoR. M'Lein ,, jyeiT Rev. Patrick Bii-eh Mr. Herihers ... Francis Council... Mr. Silk „ Sulivnn !»1 r» OUK «•» „ P. Wlielan ... „ Cotham „ Kerr „ Messepher ... „ Keon >ir. ijuruiurs „ L. O'Nul ... £ s. d. 5 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 o The public...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind N.N.W., Weather, changeable. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

stripping ffotettigmrf. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind N.S.\Yt, Weather, changeable. Aurivais. September 25.—Gyj»y, sobr., Shepherd, from Sydney. Passengers: Captain Sharp, Mv. Silk, John Begg, Mathew Howet, W. Cameron, Mr. find Mrs. Roper. September 26.—Missionary, bqe., 217 ton, Simp son ; put in from stress of weather. She sailed from this port on Saturday last, and had reached off Jcrvis' Bay, when she was obliged to put back on account of the heavy winds from the north. September 26.—Wonga Wonga, str., 700 tons, David Walker, from Mel bourne. Passengers, 35 ; no cargo September 27.—Pioneer, schr, Dolon, from Newcastle, with coals for Gee long. T. C. & E. R. Thomas, agents. Departures. September 26.—Wouga Wouga, for Sydney. ,, 27.—Ellen, for Sydney, with Hides and Wool „ 27 Gvpsy, do. do. „ 27.—Missionary, for Sydney. Imposts. Gypsy.—100 boxes so\p, 40 cases oilman's tores, 15 packages tea, 160 bags sugar, 2 quarter casks port nine, 2 do. sherry, 7 hhds. beer, 10 cases ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sy dney & Merimbula Kvery SATURDAY, at Ten a.m., from the Phoenix Wharf, Sydney. These Steampaekots do not call at Clkdulla as formerly. Passengers will find this route hoth shorter and more easy tlinu nny other to the Kiandra ]>ift(?in(rs, having houses of accommodation at convenient distances. Fares, 30s. Steerage. N.B.—A steampaekct starts from Merimbula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clork at noon, every Tuesday. ja 2 A.S.N. COMPANY STEAMERS. The RANGi TIE A, TO-NIGHT. WM. PRESCOTT, CUSTOM HOUSE, SHIPPIXG, AXD LAND AGENT, AUCTIONEER, &c. d 11 EDEX, TWOFOLD liAV. [ A CAUlvj MR. J. BLOW, AUCTIONEER, AND LAND AGENT, Licenced Custom House & Shipping Agent, Isilay-St., Eden, Twofold Hay. Opposite ltixnu's. d 31 ICO. DOKAX & CO., Shipping and com .T mission Agents, General Importer?, So, &c., AVeecoon street, F.den, Twofold Hay. oc 2H TC. & E. It. THOMAS are now prepared to i LIGHTER and STORE Goods at moderate rates. d...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 28 September 1860

Arrival and Departure of Mails. The Postal arrangements at the Eden Post Office are as follows :— Tuk Mails Akbitb, Fhom Sydney Via NeUigen, Begn, Pnnbuln, and Merimbuh, every Monday and Friday, 'i p.m. From BoMBALa amd Cooma, every Sunday, 3 j).tit. The Maim Clobb, Fob Sydnet.—Via Nelligen, Bega, FanWk, and Merimbula, Every Friuay and Monday, 9 p.m. and per steamer, to-day. For Uombala, Cooma, &c., every Tuesday, 3 p.m. ^OR Melbourne.— By the SUaiuer, on Sunday.

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