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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 12 October 1860

STEAM BMWEEN Svdney&Merimbula Every SATURDAY, nt Ton o.m., from 11> I'litL'iiix Wharf, Sydney. Those Stauniiacket- do rot cull at Ul'.adulln bj. fiirinerlv. I'asscliters will liml llii.s route both *liortcr and moit: ivisy fliiiii any nilirr to the Kiiindiii Diggings, having houses of aecommodutiosi ut convenient tli»lHtice«. 30s. Steci-ape.. X.li.—A Ktediiipiieki't fitnrls from MiTiiiihulu irect Joi- t>y«l::ty, Twelve o'clock at noon, dviry Tu.Ml.iy. } > 2 STEAM BETWEEN Sydney &Merimbula Fir t .rVss St iitii RicU u <>f the I.S. X. 1 C,'<> w.ll Lcr> |i!v f.'il '".-, :— From St;ini.y Kv.ry MONDAY MUM I' a-.nl evur FRIDAY MOKXING, tiie IlL'VTKit. Fir>iu M i:i'.n;r.ui.A On WKMXI'.SbAVS. (5 [. t.:. SATURDAY'S, 8 ii.m, tli- llfSTMi. l'ha-iii.v V. liaif, S.v<!ney, -Jfitli Kei t. <• A.S.N. COMPANY STEAMERS. STEAM to~melbour^i:. The RANGATIRA On Sunday. STEAM TO SYDNEY, The Wonga Wonga on Wednesday T W. PLUMB, ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 12 October 1860

SALES BY AUCTION. 0> Satdhdat, sale of horse*, cart, harness, saddles, &c.; by £. T. Gilbert.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Telegraph office, THURSDAY Evening, October 11th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 12 October 1860

COMMERCIAL. Ttlqraph Of/ire, ThcusDaT Evening, Octob.r 11th, 1600. We !ia*e no great activity in fur market* : to report, but are glad to notice the arrival of ■ the t«'n*ns yesterday, under engagement to load | for Hii^eli's. Several of our merchants feSarU-d ] this inorniug for Kiandra, who will doubtlessJ have in view the primary object of securing a i regular and sufficient 8'ipply of teams. The ad- ! vantages of the rout.-, via Eden, will soon hf J made apparent as the season has now arrived. 1 when bullock teams (even in the present state of the roads), can almost depend upon making the trip to Kiandra in from twelve to sixteen days - we may alto calculate upon ft large amount of horse carriage beiug supplied, should on »dequa:o sum of money be voted for the road. Mr. Layton reports the Auction of vest* rday as being well attended, but buvern held l>ork 111 consequence of scarcity of carriage. On the arrival of teams he will bo enabled to dispose . privately of goods suitab...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

ju&mmm aorai.7" qoeek'S usaef, edeh,twofold bay. SPtESDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY. To Capitalists, Merchants, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Hotel Keepers, and Others. EDWARD T. GILBEirr AMD CO. HAVE received instructions iroiu the rro]inYu)i.- i.-. ofllr i'nliJic Competition ,'or. tl.s PreiniH'E), the well-kuov.n ;:n<l newly-civcted ALBION HOTEL, riffle Quten> "Vi hv.f, Eucn, on Wednesday, November 14th, At One O'clock. Th!" Hotel is substantially and newly built, and within on the best Mtr tko 'k-unVJiiiig and improving fon rtshin of Eden. Every appointment in the Establishment is <■<itnThe Bar i*. admirably fitted up without repaid to coft: the fittings beinjj: polished solid fVdar, with (irepiiice. p.nd rvprr requisite adapted for a largo and ready money Ji.-n- I'miour is umi too large to bp comfortless, nor too small to be inconvenient, liul in reality a thorough .Snuggery." Th<> Dining Rooms are commodious, well furnished. mid po...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERIMBULA. [We have received the following letter from a correspondent in Merimbula, and as we always endeavour to give our readers both sides of any question that may he of interest, we hare much pleasure in laying it before the public, leaving the letter to speak for itself. The writer concludes his epistle in a rather abrupt manner, but that may he the effect of writing in haste; however, we publish it word for word.] To the Editor of The Twofold Hay and Maneroo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

MEHIMlJUIiA. [Wo hnvo received the following letter from a correspondent in Mcritubula, and as we always endeavour to f-ive our readers both sides of any question that may he of interest, we hare much pleasure Jo laying it befoic the public, leaving the- lettir to-speak for itself, 'riiewriiercon eludes his epistle in a rafher abrupt manner, but that may he the effeot of writing in haste; how ever, we publish it w<s>rd for word.) To the Editor of The Twofold Hay and Haneroo I Telegraph. Si it,—As it in a prevailing opinion throughout j this ilbtrict, tl.at your journal in only tiio niouti - i piece of a l'-'-.V ilileiL' t.d ICdciiitth. who Ii iVo ii<> other object in v:t-w Imt Mdf-a^r.nnliFoim lit, M"i tb>t ymir column* wi.l not Hoiiiit mi <>p< n opinion from any prison fiom i.m pa:l <>f ; (listiid, unless it be in praise ■ i'.de.i ; such repoi-t cannot lie Inn- if joti inseit 'his v. ply to HwJor, wIiom- evident ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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OPEN COLUMN. We do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.] To the Editor of the Twofold Boy and [?] Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

OPEN COLUMN. j ir« do not identify onrtdt'-n with the vpinitui* <>/ j our cvrre^ i i To the EditL,* <jj J irof' Id l]<iy «nd ■■ "nvroo ; 1 clejraph. \ Dear Sin,—If vou have read or wen, as I i should suppose, tin- fjjnat number of aitic'es i written by mi equally great number of wi iters : about tliu above J'oits, wliicli liuvc lately t.p- , pen red in the Sydney papers, you are doubtless ' as tired as your re-dors, of the endless j-i ng-j-oiij; ' nonsense they contain. Take up other of the 1 rival Sydney papers and the first article to meet i the eye is sine 10 he "Shipping accommodation at Mcriinhul.i," " Xew Uoad to Kiatulra," or "Shoitiwt Kouto to the Diggings,"—either one or the other, day nfter <lny, thrust In fore vour notice, till you w<ary of the everlasting lejc ti lion anil throw down in disgust a paper to which you subscribed in hopes of something lietvr SoniK take the offensive—onie the defensive— all partiis lav...

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 — 16 October 1860

ffljjfl.. gMfrtigtmfntg. TBON BB,TOGE8,WHAHVES, «nd PIERS.— 'X "Mumkipal Bodies,Road Trustees, and others are informed that the Undersigned are authorised •bo *00 tract for the importation* of the above of .•njNXttJuired dimensions, and which, from their eht^nfss, elegant -appearatiec and durability, on frr*upmedii$ the use of other materials in all -parts of the civilised world. , Ic.Order. ,toafford the opportunity of contrast is^ tnn ooat with that of any other material, the nadetsgbed affix prices, at which they are pre pared to place pn shipboard in England, to which will be added freight, insurance, &c, -STRAIGHT GIRDER BRIDGES. Span40fMt, roadway 32 feet; main girder of oast iron, with wrought and cast iron railing and transverse beams of timber, £340. Span SO feet, width 16 feet, with wrought iron transverse girder* to rest on masonry piers, £66. Span 30 feet, width 16 feet, ditto, ditto, £150. I 8j»n 40 feet, width 16 feet, ditto ditto, £225. I CAST IRON ARCH BRIDGE...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Mining Intelligence. K[?]NDRA. [FROM THE SPECIAL GOLD COMMISSIO[?] OF THE SYDNEY HERALD.] [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

fitting §fntrltigenrf. KANDKA. ffBOM THE 8PK0IAI. COLD COMMISSION! U V,V tbi: sYiiN*i;v 1 lie lwiViH lo-dav Willi H4N "7-. •! T* l'O i;r«., :■ ii't i'KV"' ' "I Holes i l.ii-.i' jii.st f i 't'ormatii :i <.V .1 tv .v.o (12) ounce uuyget bring l'uuud on .N.t; I hum O.-tobertfith.'—There has been great t.,lk a'wiit' a nugget »f fionio 401) mmces that was t<» dav on the Surface Jlill, and placed in chaiyv of the Commissioner. On making inquiries, I find 1 Mult is nut the wise ; but 1 1mvc received the facts, tint caused the icport, suid can authenti cate wh.it I now stoic to 'ic the real factsthut cau sed it. On thf Sulfate Hill one party have got a twelve pound midget ami upwards uf seventy liliniTb of gold for ten (lavs' work. On ill's hill Clarke and party have an ex tended claim iu abandoned ground. They have Iicc ii ut great expense nnd trouble t-j get. water' for the purjiose of sluicing, and tire iww ready j 1. r work, and expect to have one of tlio best! cla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

SALES BY AUCTION. This Pay, at 1| o'clock, Sale of Tent, Office Lamps, Dealt, Pressing Ca>c, and various ttefiil sundries, by; 13. \V. Laytoti ■On Tiu jisdaT, lath' October, Sale of Bricks, b\ E. \V. Laytou.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

&ora! ftitfttigrnft. Prospecting Association. — A committee meeting was hi Id on Saturday veiling bit, at Ijiik'e lintel. The foreman of the party ww pre-entj he stilted that the men had di per.M'd and liad goiie over a gr<;:;t cxtin' of ground, ;m-l wl'.erever thi>ir experience had sugijisUd, the ground was trie'l. In this way over twenty link's had been i-uuk, varying from four to thirty io-t ; in none of them had the colour been foil ;ii. After examining I ho route it was d.t.i'iiiin.".! that the men should be removed ; one party to ihe S.K. and the other to the N.W. sides of tl.o Mount—uiviiifr a radius of thirty mi;es; which it will lie hoped may decide the qu-istion of (jad ing a payable fid i witliin an easy distance of thu township. Tin- men will remove to their new ground 011 Monday, and will be supplied with a month's rations. Ocr Own Minstrels.—This Company gave the la*t of a series of per ormnnces at llixnu's Hotel yesleniay ev. ning, prior to their...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

DIARY. lin ... i I Day of Sun Sun (Moons', .A'"*?'1 Hays ofweek.|m<-ith nscasuta j ^ : Water h.m h.m. davs. h. 111. TvesuaY Oct. 10 5 21 0 11 'l 10 hp.ij). wi:n>ksi>av.. t. ITS IMG 11 2 10 :j2 „ Thursday....! „ 185 18 g 12 3 119 „ ! ill

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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THE POLICY OF THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON TOWARDS ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

THE POLICY OK THE EM PER Oil XAPOLEOS TOWARDS EXGLAND. A short time ajjo the Frcnch Ambassador communicated to Lord John Russell a private letter of a very remarkable character, addres-cd to him (M. Persiguy) by the Emperor of the French. This letter contained friendly sunii meiits towards' England, md expressed a J:sirc that the policy of the two nations should lie identical. It was published by the journals on August 1st. The followtug is a copy of it:— " St. Cloud, July 25, I860. " My dear Persiguy,—Affairs appear to me to be so complicnted, thanks t\ the distrust elicited everywhere since the war in Italy, that I write to you in the ho|ie that a conversation in peifect frankness with Lord Palraertton will remedy the existing evil. Lord Paliuerston knows tue, nml when 1 uffirtn a thing, he will believe me. Well, you can tell him from me, in the most explicit manner, that <-ince the Peace of Villa Franca I have had hut one thought—out' object—tu innu gurate a new era of...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

Arrival axd Departure <>!•• Mails. The Postal nrrangeiucuts ut the Kdin Post Office are as follows :— 'l np Mails Akrivh. From Sydnkv.—-Via NrHigrn, Begu, Paribnln, nnd Merimbula, every .Monday and Friday 3 p.m. From Bombala and Cooxu, *itry Suudnr, 3 juii. Tkp. Mitt* Ci.ost, For Sydxkv.—Via NelJigen, Bojja, Pa?il>u!a, and Merimbu'.a, Every FriJaj- aud Moud;:y, I) ji.m. and per steamer, to-uiglit. For Bomhala, Cgoma, &c., every TursJay, 3 p.tu. Foil MiaBuunXE.— By tlio Suaaier, oa Sunday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

AUCTION SALE, THIS DAY AT 11 O'CLOCK. MR. E. W. LAYTOX -L Sail by Auction on tlie Ground noar tlic Church Kwjorve—a Supi-rior ] liiil TliN'T and I' LY, OFFICJi LAMPS aud DESK —MipL'rior Difs.sinj;-riiso—Tulw, Caudlc*tirks, Cook.n? Materials, ;mJ a variety of usiful HumUiis. Terras Cash. IMPORTANT SALE OF BRICKS—BRICKS—BRICKS, j MB. E. "w~LA\TOX Has ri'Oi'ived iniitructiuns from the Pioprietor (who is removing), to Sell by Auction at the Adelaide muck YAKDS, on TIIUJISDAY next, the 18ih October, 28,000 Bricks, they can rcmuin ou the ground for Si* Months. Terms (.'ash. Michael steimiensonT"Limerick, — ad. j dress John McCormack, lidcn I'oat Office. PRIME TAT SHEEP From Bibenluke for SALE at Woliimla, in lots to 1 suit Eden and Panbula, and other Butchers. ?' The whole flook beiug of FIRST GLiSS QUALITY No picking will be allowed. For farther particulars apply to Mc Hartley at Wolumlo, or to calf (Ik, fcUh'NUftt, Ejuacruko.

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The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 16TH OCTOBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

ill* ^Telegraph. TUESDAY, IGtii OCTOBER, 1SG0. By the last mail from Europe, wo ftti'l a li'ttvr aJirosrd t<» IVrsifjnv. the minister of i France to Emrl.md. written by the Emperor j X:ijK)leon ; the puqjort of which is to re-assure the British people of tin; pacific-! intentions of the " Grand Empire'' towards 1 " perfidious Albiou." As a work of art. this ] letter is worthy of a place in the archives of history, not only on account of its origin ality hut also of its uub'.u*Uiii" effrontery. Napoleon sees with alarm the Volunteer Ili3c movement in England, and finds that he i is not going to have the game entirely in his ! own hands. So, like the wolf in the falile, who saw the sheep making preparations to repel him he begins to negotiate and to send instructions to his ambiissaj**' to inform them that he desires nothingpat peace and goodwill. Let our readers compare his i present letter with the speeches and letters 1 spoken and written some years ago. Let I them remem...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

TENDERS WANTED Fun MASONS WORK, tabor cfoly, nntil the iO.li iiutuijt. " f KVKUl'/rr and STEPHENS, Eden. ^uwdlsietttCttfjS. THE PLOUGH ISX,. PANBOIA. IVir Allotineifis, Town of Boga. For Positive Sale, By order of J. P. Molyenzie, Esq., official as* sift'ncc, in tho estate of Hugh Maxwell. W. BONVDEN will sell by Auction, at the JL • Land Sale RooniF, 423, George-street, Syd ney, ou TltUitSDAY, the 18th October, at 11 o'clock, Tlio licensed house in the town of Panbula, known as the Plough lim, now or lately oc cupied by Mr. Peter O'Neill. The Plough Inn is crccti-d on lot 20 of stction 11, in the township of Panhulii, bouitded on the west i>y the east Hide of Mauerooatreet G6 feet, with a depth of 330 feet. Thv buildings arc erected of wood, and insured for X1000, tenanted by Mr. Peter U'Xeill at the rentai of.i'60 jier annum, until January, 18G1. Als<> the official ossiguee's iilterefat in and to a quarter acre allotment, being half let 18 of .seoiiun 1), held for...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, The P. and O. steamer Salsette anchored in Hobson's Bay, at 9 p.m. on Thursday last, bringing news down to the 27th August. The chief items of interest were telegraphed to the Sydney papers. By the City of Sydney steamer, which arrived in Twofold Bay at 11 a.m. on the 14th, we have our usual exchanges, from which we extract the folloming items:—[From the Herald's Adelaide Telegraphic Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, BY THE SALSETTE. The P. and O. steamer Salsette anchored in Hobson's Bay, at 9 p.m. on Thursday latt, bringing news down to the 27th August. The chief items of interest were telegraphed to the Sydney papers. By the C»ty of Sydney steamer, which iinivi-d in Twofold Bay at 11 a.m. on the Hth, we have our usual exchanges, from which we extract the follomug items:— [From the Heraldt Addaide Telegraphic Correspondent.1 Gabibaloi is master of all Sicily, and has now landed in Calabria with 801)0 men, and is oeinjj joined by (be royal troops. He has been inhabitants as to the future programme uf affaire, i The fort of liegg ioospitu ated toGarilia tii on the 2Iut The Neapoiitin (jarrison were Allowed toleave, with.muBket^and luggage only, after a short fight the G&riUjldiaiu oocqpied the Vala $aa Oior.mni. Tbo Neapolitan brigade^ Mekn dlb and Drijanti, eurrenderod at discretion, to General Cownr-a. The Qaribaldians arc the austere of the artillery, army...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

EDEN CANDLE MANUFACTORY, CI I AX DOS-STR EET, no 21 TWOFOLD BAY. [A CARD.] r H. MOSES, AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION, I. LANJJ, and FOUtVARDING AGENT. lVtidiiig the completion of his New Premises, in Dpiii to reoive Eugagemcnta in any of the above Li ranches. lMLAY-.il., L1)ENT. <114 EDMUND HEXKIQUES, Auctioneer, Ship |>iug, Commission aud Forwarding Agent, Little Iimay-bt, opi>osite the Whirf, Eden, Two told Hay. os 23 MB. EDWARD WILLIAMS, AT I'CKNEY, SOLICITOR & CONVEYANCER HAS BEHOVED His Office to the " Forest Oak," at Panbula. d 11 WANTED IMMEDIATELY, BULLOCK DRAYS. Carriage lit Eden rates. Apply at Merimbula. ALCOCK & CO., . . i<-> t, •, ■ i * . Billi&rd ft BagBtoHn Table: Murafeeturew, ■ 132, RT7SSELL-ST.,MELBOURNE. Selling 0&—iBoalnaac.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Every SATURDAY, nl Ti'ii 0.111., from tin Pliwtiix Wharf. Sy.im-y. These StennipajkeU <lo mii call at I'llailuKa «> formerly. Passenporx will find lhi- Miiitc botli shorter and more easy than any other to the Kiatuiia Diggings, having houses of accommodation ut convenient distances. Fares, 30k. Steerage. N.B.—A steanipaeket starts from Merimhulu direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noun, every Tuesday. ju 2 STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula ri\HE Fir-t cIpss Steam Packets of tiie I.S.N. J_ Co. will hereafter ply a.s follows :— From Stpnky F.vorv MONDAY NIGHT andevet} FRIDAY MORNING, the Huntku. From Mr.RiMnn.A On WEDNESDAY'S, 0 p.m. SATURDAY'S, 8 a.tn, the 1Iokti:r. 1'haMiix Wharf, Sydney, 20th Sept. e A.S.N. COMPANY STEAMERS. STEAM TO SYDNEY, The Wonga Wonga To Night The City of Sydney on Friday. REDUCED FARE—35s. T W. PLUMB, (riti)m London), HAVING commi'iicud Im-iiuss in Little Iinliy street, Eden, Wharf (ne ct to the lion...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 16 October 1860

MEKIMBULA. Arrivals. October 10.—IlUwurra, str., Trenant, from Svd vvy. Passengers, 14. bit-OKI's. llluwarvn.—Ci oases giu, ltintou Bros.; 1*20 : l.ajrs rier, .id Jo. Hour, o cases 3 ca.sks> misiu-, ] bjs, A]L'Xi,;:<lt.'r ; 3 c;i-ks bottled he: }-, Oriler ; 2 ca--ks lii.ttli.ii poller, M'Cau-laml; 1 tmjj s ilL, 1 do. tundi-iis, 1 conpir lxiiler, 2 cases pick es, 1 Co. bacon, 1 do. cutlet", 1 do. must irii, 1 tra kotrli, 1 cm-s-cut ?-aw, 1 tin sundries, 1 packngc. :i buckc'i sundri'S, J oven doois, 1 horse, 1 spring cart, )5. I'miaMi 3 bi^s, 1 case saddlorv, \\\ kh ; 1 pare,'! Diiivfid ; 1 ca-t-taddlery, Hai:is : 1 bale wo'ilpju-t^, 10 lia^i flour, 2 pa 'Kay 4 win-In ?.v ::r-. : .■ sundries 1 do. <alde,v, Paje; '•! ri!: I matted pawl, Kirku-ntd: 1 !>.ix s:»n!. 1 1 bos, 1 case, 1 parc.il, 2 hoops, Msiiuiiij. Tli" Active, >ctim»ner, arrived here from Lyttl- - tn. N.Z . «!i Sniid:«y morning. alter a pa^s.i^e of days. stalled from Lytti.tou on ;:iv ll.lth S...

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