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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 July 1860
MELBOURNE. Arrivals. June 29.—Oscar, str., from Adelaide ; City of Hobart, Btr, from Hobart Town ; Succcss, ship from London. Juno 30.—Lady Bird, str., from Portland; Ads, str., from l'ort Albert; Royal Shepherd, str., from Lauucestou; Helen, sch., from Emu Bay ; Freak, sch., from lliver Don ; Freebridge, sch, from l'ort Frederick; Boscarne, sch., from Table Cape ; Three Sisters, sell., from ltiver Severn ; Tommy, seta, from En.u Bay. | July 2.—Content, brig, from Adelaide; Boome- i rang sch, from Hobart Town; General J&ssop, bqe., from Newcastle; Mary Pleasants, (Black j Ball ship) from Calcutta ; Young American, ship, from Liverpool; Fair Tasmauian, sch., from Newcastle. July 3.—Sir Isaac Newton, sch, from j Wellington ; Alma, sch., from Newcastle; James j Wilson, bqe, from Newcastle. July 4.—Warren i Goddard, sch, from Newcastle; Gem, sch., fmni i Newcastle; Venture, brig, from Newcastle, ' Seonidas, bqe., from Newcastle; Wilhehnina, j bqe., from Paget Sound; De Stad Gcud...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 July 1860
Arrival and Departcm; of Mails The Postal arrangements at the Eden Post Oflice arc as fallows ;— The Mail Abbivkp, Fbom M kldouIiNK.—T!v tlio London, tl>is ilny. Fisom SvbKkv.—By tlic Itangatira, to-morrow. The Mail Ci.osks. For Sitsev.—By (lie London, Itiis dnv. For MKBijiuutA, Pasbcia, and" ]!eoa, this &lt;lay, 7 a.m. For Melbourne.—Ky the Baugatira, to-inorrow, At noou.
Police Intelligence. PANBULA, THURSDAY, 5th JULY, 1860. (Before his Worship, P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 July 1860
gotirc PANltl'LA, THURSDAY, 5th JULY, 18C0. (ikfore liis Worship, P. J. Murray, Esq., l'.M.) Kg an V. Dcvi.op.—Tenement's Act. This ease was iuljourncd for the fourth time, for this attendance of a second magistrate. Sma.i.l Dkdts Court. Covington v. Smith.—This case was alio ad journed for the same reason. Hibbtod v. 11aht.~No appearance. Smith v. Holt.—Thomas Smith, of Panlnik, sued George Holt, of Bcga, for £3, money lent in Sydney, when defendant was in difficulties, on his release from Cockatoo. No appearance on the part of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff. O'Brien v. Mohan.—Settled out of Court. BOMBALA, WEDNESDAY, 4th JULY, 18G0. (Before C, L. Baddeley, Esq., J.P.) William Campbell, charged with being drunk in the public streets, discharged with a.caution. Small Debts. John Roach v. Thomas Hates.—Settled out of Court James Stewart v. William Falconer.— Summons to recover L5 13s. for goods sold and delivered. Adjourned for the attendance of a second magistrate. William Badger*...
Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 July 1860
fWjrjtfag gntflli^cttcc, PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Arrivals. July 6,—Alarm, brig, 195 tons, J. Mitchel, from Sydney, 2nd inst, bound for Mel bourne. „ Squaw, brig, 166 tons, S. Ilallord, from Sydney. 2nd just., bound for Mel bourne, ,, ( Golden Spring, brig, 171 tons, J. B. Gerrard, from Sydney, 2nd iust. „ Northern Light, ecli., 89 tons, J. W. Tobin, from Newcastle, 2nd inst. , C. T. I.oiesing, brig, 251 tons, from 3New eastle, 30tli ult. „ llongatira, str, 682 tons, "Walker, from Melbourne, Oth iust. Passengers, saloon, Messrs. Stephens, Ilenriques, mid 2 others, and 125 in the steerage. „ 7.—Douglass, sell, 93 tons, Mearms, from Newcastle, 25th ult. „ 8.—Adolphus, sch., 120 tons, G. Walker, from Newcastle, 25th ult., bound for Melbourne. „ Gipsy, sell., Shepherd, from Sydney, 3rd inst Passenger*, 4 in the steerage. G. Barclay, owner. „ 9.—City of Sydney, brig, 88 tons, H. Griffiths, "from Launceston, 3rd inst. Passengers, 13 iu the steerage. Cargo, general, DnwirrunKs. -Juiy 6.—...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 July 1860
Steam to Sydney. THE LONDON Is duo here THIS DAY, Tuesday, the KH.li inst.. and will sail shortly after her arrival. S. &. H SOLOMONS, Agents. EDKX, TWOFOLD HAY. Steam to Melbourne THE RANGATIRA !> diic litre on WEDNESDAY, ul 12 o'clock, ami will sail shortly after her arrival. S. & H. SOLOMONS, Agents, KDEX, TWOFOLD BAY STEAM TO HOBART TOWN. THE TASMANIA STEAMER Is ducat this port on or about Sunday, 15th Inst, and will leave shortly after her arrival. STEAM to MElilMBULA.—Every FRIDAY, at Ten ii.ni., from the Phoenix Wharf, Sydney. I'asBCUgers will find this route hoth shorter and more easy than any other to the Kiandra Diggings, having houses of uccummodation at convenient distances. Fares, 35s. N.1J.—A stoampackct starts from Mcrimbula for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, every G. BARCLAY, Agent. Tuesday. oc 2 THE UNDERSIGNED BEG to announce to GOLD DIGGERS and Othel's, that they ai-o prepared to PUR CHASE GOLD to any amount for CASH, as follows :— EDEN, £3 lis...
SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 July 1860
SYDNEY. v Ajirivais. June 30.—fcLupter, str, from the Clyde ; Xeilly, bqe, from Nelson. JuJy I.—Sarah, brig, from Wellington; H. M. S. Fawn, from Portsmouth. July 3,—Brilliant, sch, from Melbourne; Yana Yarro. from Brisbane. ^ ©jgPABrpass. June SO.—Gratia, fromOtago, July-1,—Mar garet Blais,forOallao; KingLear.forBombayj Nona, for Auokland; William,1 for ; port Maoquarie. July 2.—Miami, for "'Melbourne} GipBy, for Twofold Bay; Squaw, and Golden Spring, for Melbourne; Adam, for Hobart Town. Projected Departures, For Melbourne,—Espbrauza. for Grafton.—Urara. For London.—Watreloo, 3rd July.
MERIMBULA. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 July 1860
MERIMBULA. Arrival. j my t.—Jiiawarra, str., Jvert, troni svuuoy. ras '■ tjcngera, 31. Imports. Illawarra.—1 parcel, Rev. Mr. Steele ; 1 sofa, 1 waslistand, 2 chairs, small bos, 2 boxes, i chest tea, 3 packages bedsteads, 1 bag salt, 4 coses, 1 Ktua.ll case, 1 bundle boards, 1 grindstone, 1 roll oilcloth, 1 basket clothes, 1 bird cage, 7 chairs, 1 package tables, 1 do. legs, i do. buckets, spade &c., 1 sofa, 1 jar, 2 boxes, 1 box, 1 cask, 1 case, bedsteads, trunk, bag com, Pickhardt; 1 trunk, Kirkland; £ chest tea, 1 parcel, M'Niven; 1 case gin. 2 do. brandy, 1 do. porter, 1 cask biscuits, Covington; 2 cases brandy, 1 parcel Kirkwood ; 1 bag rice, 2 lihds. ruin, 6 oases gin, 3 cases ale, 3 casks porter, J. Smith; 1 cask porter, 1 do. ale, 1 case geneva, Wilson ; 1 canvass package, Nicholson; § chest, aud box tea, bag rice, mat sugar, box raisins, case sun dries, £. Hasliugdcn; 1 cose, 1 bag sundries, 1 case salad oil, 2 chests tea, 1. parcel, 99 pieces, 1,000 feet deal, Mann...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 13 July 1860
LIST OF LANDS Open for selection in the COUNT* OF AUCKLAND. Pabisb of P^nbula, On the Pambula River. a. B.p. Lox26containing 580 0 0 Upset price £1 per acre. Pabibb of Towaka, Near Panbula. LOT40coutaining 62 0 0 Upset price, £1 per acre. Farish of Towamba. Lot 2containing 84 0 0 «* 3 «' 76 0 0 " 6 " 54 0 0 » 7 " 54 0 0 " 8 " 59 0 0 " 9 " 100 1 0 Upset price, £l per acre. Paiusii ok Imlat. Lot ^containing 50 0 0 " 3 » 50 0 0 " 5 " 73 1 0 " 6 " 50 0 0 « 7 " 50 0 0 " 8 " 42 3 0 - 10 " 37 2 0 " 11 " 37 2 0 "12 " 63 3 0 "13 " 62 0 0 • 14 " 58 3 0 Upset pricc, £1 per acre. Parish of Wyndiiam, Stockyard reserve. Lot 13containing 52 0 0 "15 " 52 0 0 "16 " 49 0 0 "17 " 49 0 0 "12 " 52 0 0 ■21 « 52 0 0 "22 " 52 0 0 "23 «' 62 0 0 "26 " 44 0 0 "26 " 44 0 0 "27 " 44 0 0 "28 " 41 3 0 " 29 " 31 1 0 "30 " 33 00 "31 " 33 0 0 «• 32 " 33 0 0 Upset price, £1 per acre. Parish cnnamed. Lot 1 containing 40 0 0 " 2 " 40 0 0 Upset price, £1 per acre. Parish of Panbula. LoT2containing 50 2 32 •' 3 " 50 2 32...
Local Intelligence. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 13 July 1860
cCorat ^ntcHigcttrc. PUBLIC MEETING. At a Public Meeting held in the Court-house, on Tuesday, 10th inst., to take into consideration the advisability of formiug a Benevolent Asylum j in fiden, it was— ' ' j Proposed by Mr. S. Koj/imonh, and seconded by ' Mr. H KMUQUrs, that Mr. Murray take fie chair. The Chairman, on rising, said, tlwt, it being the end of the quarter when he had to make up his Government Returns, he found there was a sum of money in his hands, arising from certain fines, which ho was obliged to send to tho nearest Benevolent Asylum, in the absence of one in this district. The nearest institution of this nature was at Qiieenbeyan, and he thought it a pity to scud the money so far away when it could bo ap plied to a benevolent object in this district. If, lie said, ho could Bend the money to Sydney, any wounded or afflicted person could be sent to the asylum there; but the law prevented him from doing: 'his—nnd if immediate action were not taken in the matter, he wou...
NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 13 July 1860
NEWCASTLE. Arkivals. July 3.—Nation, sch, from Sydney. July 4.— Goldnet'ker, Bonaparte, and Dart, from Sydney. July 5.—Ur.ira, btr., from Sydney. July 6.— Ynrra Yarra, from Sydney; New Moon, Little Pet, Phantom, Atlantic, Pacific, Jotia, Klfin, Trial, Minerva, Alexander and John, Petrel, Venus, Alice, Shamrock, Margaret) Savina, and Caroline, from Sydney. Departures. July 4.—Albion, Eagle, and Herculean, for Sydney. July 5.—Crura, htr, for Clarence ltiver ; Martha Ellen, nch, for Melbourne; H. M. War field, for Sydney. July 6.—New Aloon. for Macleay River; Yarra Yarra, for Brisbane. July 7.—Jacob and Christina, brig, for Ja.va; Ann Saundtrson, Harriett Hope, brig, Colling, wood, hrfe, and Ellen Simpson, brig, for Mel bourne ; Jvancy, Sister, Margaret and Mary, and Remark, for Sydney. The Highland Lassie loft Melbourne on the 9th inst- and arrived in this Port on the night of lltli inst. Experienced light northerly wiuds during the passage. The Tumar left Melhourne on the 8th and ar ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 13 July 1860
EDEN WHARF. THE following: ore the Names of SUB SCRIBERS for IMPROVEMENTS to tho VEKXMENT WHAjtPr— £ 6. d. Gi n. Barclay' 5 10 0 S. Solomons . 5 10 0 Mr. J. Ris-n 2 10 0 A lux. llnmili on 2 0 0 Jos. Silk ... ... ... 2 0 0 Geo. Shepherd 5 0 0 'J'. C. and £. R. Thomas ... 6 0 0 Messrs. Hcnriques 2 0 0 J. Johnston 1 1 0 S. Hoyjand 2 10 0 Harnett & Co 1 1 0 J. Schullz 1 1 0 A. Fnlkncr. 2 10 0 P. Whaling 1 0 0 J. M. Walker 1 0 0 Hciijnmin Loowy 1 1 0 G. 1'. Kcon.. 1 1 0 I). (>. Smith 1 1 0 1). Johnstone 1 1 0 Nemo 1 0 0 Total . . 44 17 « Subscriptions arc fslill invited. GEO. SHEPHERD. NOTICE TENDERS will be received on MONDAY Next, by Mr. GEORGE BARCLAY, for IMPROVEMENTS to the EDEN WHARF. Specifications can bo seen early on Monday, at Mr. Barclay's Store, jy 13 GEORGE BARCLAY. mEXDEKS aro requested for the supply and _L Delivery of 100 5-fect Piles, of 9-inch diameter, &lt;m the ground, at the Look-out, formerly belonging to Mr. Rikon. Tenders to be left at the " Tel...
Police Intelligence. EDEN, TUESDAY, 10th JULY, 1860. (Before their Worships, P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M. and George Barclay, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 13 July 1860
EDEN, TUESDAY, 10th JULY, 3 SCO. (Before thoir Worships, P. J. Murray, Esq., l'.M. i and George Barclay, Esq., J.P.) ! King v. Johnston.—Summons under the j Masicr and Servants' Act, to recover £lt> for | work and labour. j Mr. Shaw appeared on behalf of the plaint iif, I and stated tbat it would be in the recollection of their Worships that the defendant purchased a lot of ccdar from the crown, the residue of a w reck. The cedar was lying on a part of the coast, uud for the purpose of removing it to this port, Mr. Johnstone engaged the plaintiff at the rate of 10*. ptrday. The principal pointh at issue was with regard to payment for Sundays nnd days the plaintiff, through illness, was unable to work, 'llie employment was a .particularly diffi cult and dangerous one, ami could only be carried on at intervals owing to the tempestuous state of the weathevand the rugged characterof the coast, atid it required no stretch of the imagination to conceive the ri»k of life incurred by the...
The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 13TH JULY, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 13 July 1860
Qtltgtxpk. FRIDAY, 13th JULY, 18G0. The meeting in the Court-house 011 last Tuesday, although not bo numerously at tended as could have been wished, does credit to the people of Eden; and the names of the gentlemen who have consented to act as a Committee is a proof that the undertaking will be brought to a successful issue. Numer ously attended meetings cannot at all times be taken as an expression of public opinion, nor a guarantee for the consummation of an undertaking; especially when we know the machinery that is too often set in motion to collect the bedouins and gaping crowd who, under the excitement of some infatuation are swayed to and fro by each speaker, and would be equally demonstrative in supporting oppo site opinions. These meetings are easily collected in large and settled communities, and their proceedings in most cases oi ly obtain and merit contcmpt. But when we find men of high moral Btanding, possessing vested interests,, and having a stake in their "good name,"...
MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 13 July 1860
MELBOURNE. Arrivals. 4 July 5 —'\Villiani, Kirk, ship, from Liverpool; Matador, trig, from Mewcaetle; Saloombe Castlo, bcK from JKewcantle; Rebecca, scb, fron? ,New . ; oa8tie, ^ira GoMMtl, brig, from Newcastle; Eli^ww lol»nfrom WiUutiga; Jessie, sokj from NewortleKwClarpBdon, bng, ,Bessie, brig, tad lpveroK%ng> j^J& Newcastle; Emily, brig, nx»n " ' aTflnet Dlol«fen,tiBbi_ from^Ww Island j Slaiy and Boseveoh., from Sydney ;UraJiia,solL, from iMW^^^feey^lawoeit°A»r, frflS' , Aw % ■'■■ ■■;v : - Sebim, sch.. from Newcastle. Juno 6.—Salsette, P. & O, KM. Str. July 7.—Lady Bird, Btr., from Port Fairy; Ada, str, from Port Albert. July 9.—Cote D'Or ship, from Bordeaux; "Waterlily, sch., from Launceston. Departures. July 5.—Rebeoca, brig, for Newcastle. July 7. —Sir Issaac Newton, tech., for Wellington. July, 8.—Creole, aoh., for Hobart Town ; Helen Ann, for Hobart Town.- July 9.—torn, ship, forGa&lt;un for Newcastle. , ,, Projected Departures. ~ Fors England and ...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 13 July 1860
MELBOURNE MARKETS. 1 he stock aud share market it) extremely dull ; I 110 sales bad been effected worthy of notice—and j the depressing news brought by the Salsette that j Victorian Securities arc decreasing- in value in ! the English market, has caused a downward i tendency. j The following is from the Argiu:—" Me.-srs. Fraser and Cohen offer the cargo of Mauritius sugar ex Jennie Oswald for sale to-day. The trada showed but little inclination to purehasr, and 1,600 bags only were disposed of at about j previous rates. Good quality second counters hold at 42a., and low to fine brown &lt;it from 32s. 6iL to 34s. per cwt. The following sale-i were u1k» effected by the same firm :—500 firkins Cork butter (old) at from 9fd. to 10|d. per lit.; Califoniian oats at 4s. 4$d. per busliel ; Amoii tilado sherry at 35s. per 1l07.cn ; Browning's old torn, in case, at lis.; Kirkliston whiskey at 9s. 6d.; Thin's do. at 12s. per dozen ; and low mixing brandy at 2s. 9&lt;L per gallo...
SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 13 July 1860
SYDNEY. Arrivaxs. July 4.—Hunter, str, from the Clyde ; Kiama, «tr., from Merimbula. July 5.—Lord Worsiey, fi-om Auckland; Fenella, str., from Clamice River. July 6.—Agnes, ech, from Fecjpe Islands; Damascus, ship, from Plymouth, 5th April. July 7.—Telegraph, str, from Brisbane ; Abbey, seh*, from L&unceston; Hunter, str., from the Clyde. July 8.—Waratah, str., from Wide Bay; Eagle, str., from Rockhampton; Prairie, bri?, from Adelaide ; Salsette, P.&O. Co's. R. JL S. from Suez, May 27, Aden, June 2, Galle, June 11. King George's Sound, June 28, Kan garoo Island, July 24, and Melbourne, Gth inst July 9.=l)on Jusq ach, from Brisbane. J Depastures. July4.—Eaperenza, from Newcastle; Urara, str, from Grafton. July 6.—Hannah More, for Callao; Waterloo, for London; Yaira Yarra, str., for Brisbane. July 6.—Duke of MalakofF, for Caifao; Jennv Lind for Port CurttV. Ju ly 7^—Sultan, for Tahiti; Courier, for Twofold ftay. July 8.—Amnaone, for Newcastle; Pan taloon, for Newcastle...