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COUNTRY LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

eorxrar LITTIM. Not exceeding 4 "*. 2 l*D0* Kxceeding 4 <»?> but not exceeding In. 4 |>cnce Exceeding 1 oi.t but not cicewliOR Son. 8 |wnee nnd ao on iHawing 4 peiicc (or evwj aJditiou] ot or faction of an os.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Observer. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND. "Nothing extenuate, [?] down aught in malice." [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

FlUOA K, XoVl.MHMt 2sb. ! " Nothing cxtenuato, uoi-M do«tiaugbt in malice.' I L ; T»r. subject of road? is ;t mutter that I may not Ih: treated in a lijHit or careless ' j manner, :in it is <>!" the greatest importance J to every member of the community in a I youiijr and n>iiijr country like this. TIm* ! Mill may in- of the most jirolific character j in the world, but if it is situated at a j considerable distance from }:<rprt? centres of j population, without the means of easy , I I'oiiiiiiuiiii'utini) with a roiisimiinjr market, ' it is vducless to all intents and purjMscs ? j as rejrurds colouration. If, to-morrow, we had Jrn' selection before survev, on the j most lirosul scale, tin1 land in llio interior ' j of tin' country would lie of little service to the small capitalist, and, we question : much it a large extent of country would I ; be taken up-even where frood tract* of | ' land exist-uniess the miiin tlioniiifrhfiires ' ; thmugh flu? country ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POSTAGE REGULATIONS. ON LETTERS, AND NEWSPAPERS, WITH THE REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE POSTING, TRANSMISSION, AND DELIVERY OF THE SAME. LETTERS. TOWN LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

POSTAGE RMUhATIOXS. Ox Littkm, ikd KmrirMi, WITH ml B*ao. LAIIUKI imcTIHO Till PuflTIKO, TlIJIKaMlBOOR, AW DlLIVMT Of Till MM. LKTTKB8. town LKTTH**. Not exceeding i M 1 penny Exceeding 4 but not exceeding In. 2 pence Exceeding 1 <*., but notexoeediog S on., 4 pence Mid ao on, Inorewing 2 pence for trtrj vfditioul ot. or traction ot *n ounoe.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TARRIF OF DUTIES OF CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

i T-z-r,-... . . .. I TARIFF OF MTff:S OP CCSTMS. rnd<r the AH for granting Datiea of Coftnm*, IV Vicinria, Kn. 14, liio following Duties am payalde nn the undtnncnlioned wticl«, imported into th« Free ffarchnuMng Porta of New finilh Wales: namely, Port Jacitwn (Sydney), Newcwtle (Hwitcr Hirer), Brisbane (MorrUm llay), f nil Kden (Twofold liiy). All oilier jirticlei an admitted free from nil countries, and from luid under may IU| at peace villi tire United Kingdom: SPIRITS. f. >. Brandy and gin gallon Wbiikey, rum, and other npirita ... ,, Spirit*, conliala, liqueur*, nr rtroog *nt*re, *w«etened at mixed with any article, ao that, the degree of strength cannot he u eertained liy Sykea'a hydrometer... gallon Perfumed apirita ,, Wine, onnlaitung more than tS per cent. of Alcohol, of a upoofic gravity of 'S2S, at the temperature of 60 degreea of Fah renheit'" thermometer, for every gallon in proportion to atrength gallon Vine, oat containing more than 85 percent, of Alcoh...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind S.E., light: weather fine. ARRIVED.—OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

SHI Pl'J ?! G fKTEMslGKNt' )?. roliT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD DAY. Win ! S.K., liglit : weather fiui'. AHMVEl).- Odeum UO. City of Sydney, A.S.N. Company's steamer, 700 j tons, K. T. Moodie, from Melbourne, 2i*0i uli. j Paiwnpers: «3ocm-Mr. Singleton, and 4 in tlic I storage. S. & H. Solomon** agents. ! Valiant,-put back to Port. ; Oil BW ; wind bound. j OCTOBER 31. | Vonga Wotigt, A.S.K. Cotnjjauv'a rteauicr, Tun ? tons, ItatM Walker, from Svdnov, iK>0i uh. Taa- j *eti£ern, 7 in the storage. S, & JJ. J?o)ymom, ttgenta. j SAILED.--1Octoiika flu. Ctty of Sydney, A.^.N. Coujjany'a straunr, f>-r j Sydney. J VToiigsi Vonpa, sleuwpr, for Melbourne. i iMroitTS. j City of Sydney.- 1 Ami'ri'.'au waggon qhJ four j liorwa, j Wonga Vongn.- -] ca.«e, 2 Wt>s, 1 cral*\ 1 jwrcJ. J OctubkhKI. | LadyDenison. Tor Lnunnefton ; Oiiwy, fro Sidney, j Valiant and l.ri)) Was j»ut «ut furain ».» *>?*. j

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. O[?] Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

COMMERCIAL l.NTELUCKN* 'Jl. f*Wmr TUuralav Kvemn^'. ' liusiuo** continue without alteration. The train* i nations fl.ro few and li^bt, the only waive artiele flour, Itect brand* am worth fnim 22/. to | "2/. 10a., and little obtainable at that price. Draw i j «till continue to U* despatched to <lie diggiup? with j ! mercbnndine, and a preat number more would to ; forwarded if available. I ? CATTI.K MAr.KUT.-~Messrs. Kdminl T. UilWrt and ! ! *'o. rv|<urt. The fat cattle vanta! this week and ^ ! -*>ld under tin* liamiuer, realise) very fair prires, j | taking into euuaideralion that their quality wan in- j , f»-rL«>r, AII«! that the hotelier* wen: already partially ; : Mipplied. IVices realised SI. 17*. <M. to Of. lfi*. : ! A *mall lot of xeatly prime beef would meet with .1 I I '{nii'k dcma»d,*nd at more tlmn an avenijre figure. t . Mil<>h tows are inquired after, ai><l a few fat caUcsj . would also move off tvadilv. 1...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. ARRUVED,—OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

SYIIM-Y. ARKIVKD.-.IVT.PBKR Jr. Courier, Kctfli, fr»ia T**ifnM lfciy; Hunter, j rtcnrner, from Clyde lliv-T. Ocp'Hur. 23. S A«?eou^ lr in Adelaide. j ^AIIjTSI).-(Vtohek 27. ^ lUtfeinun, f"r .* Maryarvt r>un«irt«t f..r Flian^lui. i 2S. j fur Jt>iuliay ; Y:irr:», f»»r MKLiutrKM-:. ' ; pr<ui"i TI;!> KKpAr.Tnn:-. i }'or l/>rvl<m-Vimiera. N'.vt-m t.'r ; Oa:m£.inn, : wtrlr ; N.-mmi. airly ; M:ir|\U" nf Aiyjle, Ni«eiul»-r ! 13 ; timian, early ; ,t.i.*eii, early. ' { For 1 .-tr iii,1..ri, iiil, N*..v.-mVr ; K*-.-*, ; Tnli Ni.v. ml.T : Moravian, lMh N. v.-mi.r ; ' l>-t Xovrtntvr; Line.iln*!iirv, iStli ,\nn mk-r : M. - narvh, lith i F«r Livcr]*o«tl.--t'hini].i"ii *»: il,,. ^«L-. 1 mil \,, ; wiuUt. F..r Launee*t»in,--l'.l.-v-l; Sv niit i.-.r!1.. . For <'<-)l"ii. -11, i-^rk. For Mauritius. !>«», -Tlh > ;.1 i-ui1' r. For llonp -Fi i' . ^riy ForCMlao. Sultan, early : ' I.r -i! Will ili-.m, ' eorlv. ' 1 Till' < ity ill Si....

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDENERS CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

UA RDEXERF CALEXDAR FOR KorKStliOl. j Oahuks.-In fmy respect mrae m ' I ant month. Weed, and water well* «hould ram not : fall. ORCHARD.-Weed and keep rarfaoe mil ! loosened ; cut superfluous (rait from peach, necta ! Hne, apricot, plain, diuny, and other ntDB»r fruit ! trwa. Comin«*nee gathering cherries, goosel*me«, j twmnta, and carW ptama, is they ripen, juiA pro I tert them from birds. Commence to prone and thin ' oiit orange tres*. FLOWER Girdkh.-Weed and | wab»r well, FUnt out annua!*, &e. Plant dahlias ; ! dig up and More in n dry place tulips hjmrintha, j and other )«!!«, so noon at the kiva are withered, | to prevent rottlnp, or nn®tt*mahle growth. . Viksyakk-Iflwn nurfaee noil, keep down weed*, I r^pta"* pukes destroy insects. Field.-Sow i fnViir-, millet, pumpkins, water and oilier melon*: | plant potatoes. Sow toltaero in need hod*, and | protort from frost with Iwngh*, &e.; water if | necefwary. Sw Mnrghutn Kirch^nitorD in nerd heds ! for after planting...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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THREE YEARS ON THE GOLDFIELDS OF VICTORIA. CHAPTER II. The Inn-[?]Acco[?]tion. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

T1IKKH YKAIIS ON THE <.'OLIi l-'IKLU.S <»1'' VICTORIA. UY JACK JUNKS. Hurrnii n. Inn - i'tWMy Supper was sunn di'spnti'Iied. mid till- 1 . Unrti'i" v,:i- nj.iiin ordered to ' fly round :il!<! I'li'ar awav." This licinL'" done, soirie i-."T|ITII T'i the iiiir. and i'ii|]i:in'!i<-ed tos.-iiijr iiir . v,l.;!<? the jrivater uumW !.>?-1 m:.i ii'il ;st Jin1 t;>! !i', and the indefatigable DivUt broi:;rht in M-\er:tl packs of new rs:,:s-1 Kuni*o«e twenty, diee and dire- ' box. <to" tin* irumHers took their ii* ifliv iiiMiw-t, e:uh mil' dmwiujr deliberately from bis [Mirkct hands-full of sovereigns, b;u*k notes. SIIIII silver, and pliU'iti? thi' pile* nt his liirlit hand on the table. Tin* bunk lin\ iii«r iieen ' cut' for and * «<.!!, tii'-.-:;ni was fixed at which was piled r.p in so',eiei;:ns mi the cud nf the ; I I he canN liein'r ctit ;ind dealt out into :i j ^ro.it nutnU-:-of hits, lho Mirttinjr liejrrin...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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THE EMPEROR'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

Tin: listvr.uoirs UTTER. (L-'NTIM TILT! SAK KIMI KR.VIRU.) ! Tlio Kinj^rnr of Urn Kr.'iHi h-** 'liv^rJeil the j ; xinrrnhxt tamf/*d ngrjicy of U/e dip!;'Ktt:i<4s 2lin><:tr?i j j whom tic usitaJly commuuieut*** * itli u --, and undor : Jsiii nn n^inad projK>*rs Umt ** »v uudrtnttand i «-..*h lil.p Imn^t men as u.- an*; n^t lik#* j ibices vho dy«iiv to cheat <ra<"Ji «'tJvr.*T Lik<* hU < iwh*, Ii . tho talisman, <.. jutmi'is! in* j Icromr*- .. Wiv ii ht* wirhvs p.irtkiita: Iv t<» iulItMi.-e J j an - 1 Yiiii'\ ho r^-ji^-sts a j..-r.-'ti;d julvr- - ! view. \U»n Iih tt'ialH.1* particularly to iuflneHiv a j j naliuii, h>! u'liiuti with bis o\m iiin i h l'it<r, tin* ] i Jw&HitWiir hi- injifrm'--.! thought* tit " iny «J*ir }Vi'- | ! H^tiy,'* a?id m to '4Aiak«« *u !i it"* of ii i ; Ik* luty tliiiik Iv^i!^*." I-V u d.ty *ir t^.. it h ! ; h:mdod a*-mil in aj \ npv.:i7iii* inv.*i«*...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST FROM ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

/..! T/:ST FROM AIM. AIM:. I Mr. 5tu»rtV first party nri> n'*"ut 2<KI jn!N»s out. . | Tlir ^i»n<! jtrurtv stnri iiwnnnw, an-I Mr. SiMi*" hitiifpit on Thursdav. .Vonu'ttj !!<ral'L w'lll IV10W.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POET'S CORNER. A GENTLE CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

POET'S CORN 13 It. A GENTLE CONFESSION'. I knew thai I wst blaihiag As he lent upon my rlinir; I lelt say palt face Hushing Afe he breaUitfi ilia ardent prayer; I hoard him softly tiding As he whimpered in my enr, Hut ! dare not risk replying, Vor 1 fcarod. wme <me would hear* Ho took my hnndond prcned it A moment lu his own ; tie vow'd m lie wreweJ it His heart iru* mine alone; I wet UU curort glum**, 1 knew Umt he *tu d*nrr Hut I tviruM from hi* sdvanoi*, For I faar'U wine one would hew. He heede-! nose around him, watrliM my ctiroson vhwk, He ownM die th.it l*>un«i him, Ami tried with tnc to sjtrnk ; ! ffii my <lork <*yc tiling, And hnwii'd n*ny a tear, Hut I f*hrckM my pul«r, wild thrilling, IW1 fraiM sflnic one rai^ht hear. Ho turnM--! lhoiipht him going; fonf-almi'Ut ilien w«* vain - I Ml niv wnrm t^ara flowing, And vall'ii htm tack apiin; Th«'ii a* h'* Irnt atavi- mr, wa-^wiT fw I i, " I'M iovo th«»!" Ami H»nu* «n<* mi :!it hear....

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON TO BOMBALA Every NIWTH^AJJI and to Stand fiv 5 mporti!i\ Blw»\ JIOUS11' | FFI&BOLGH. ! Mfcxe : Sire UTVU: JOJIX, 1MW 1 inU imiiortcll. Mannioj was law! 1>S «. MMM> land/Kaq.. M.L.A., of Tasmania, and U tlio hira ! ofthe !«"»Hunters there. ,, TKH MS: -~£U 3s. each Mare, Two or more L* 10s, I " All I'PYID'-iits to be Mflo to tlic I'liJcuignwl nit : M Wore iaauary i, I860. f c JOSHP11 WA11I). TO STAND THIS SEASON, N1M1TYBELLE, I T!" vj,l-r>.li l Importi"! l>r.mg!i Stallion, irnms m:iiriiihT*i'> Huv-.- was lirnl m '. 1 «.«, <« imvnn^ -Inught l.«w, l-tt^r.T ; «. ,TLTM 1 !!' I:. Ihv ynr.t <H tc'iil"'T'. a"'' a l'1" " L * T('1;y v . V |(im, fsi'h Mar". i;""( V 'ir. *iH !,.;t rr-pi-iwilniitj'1 INTUMR"! Ail mrr' t. I- r. mnv.M i.y iW 1 s1 January, IS',!. h,, .. r |iAV!!) DELVRS, Fniprictvr. BRANCH STORES, COOMA. s. i £0 rjnror;p.,. Wholesale Win* Spirit. and riovi-ior, Merchants and Ware ho^semtjiu H\\T i.mv *U" ;,W St..nw il...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

MININU INTELLK;K.NCK. (piutM <tr« SI>I:CIAI. liEi'oitTr.n. I hasten to forward von u few lilies liv j private hands frum tUis place (Honevsm-kle) and will continue to tin so eontinuuNv ;is I 1 proceed nuinv journey to KiumlnL ] 1 slailml inijri Ellen, in company with J two other jrentlejnen, on si fine t-iinnv | imiruinjr, «mr horws in good metal, anil j ourselves in lijrht spirits. We eantered from Twofold }fny awns' a mad, on r:i<-h side of which, for wv-'it:! miles it! :i dense scrub. ultlioiifrli in i»:ar.v |ilar.« are to )«> seen signs of unini'-!ak:i''!^ improvement. Timber h:ts Iteen clean-ii. !: n<! fenced, ami hark-huts nnd canvas ieufs-Those cursors ofdvilixatjoa-are to he .-ecu dotted :dl over the stirfai*. \\'e <imiii arrived ut. u place of refreshment fir 111:1:1 uiid horse, csillisd the Vulcaii Hotel, Minuted iiltout eight miles from Edcu, i)Ve)'!'»)!.i!i;-r the en trance to die I'anbulu river, where oysters abound. lit...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

sri>vi;v .Y/:ii. ! I> l« fh" «l?p:;rln*v m" thr» W^nca fr.- » ; S^dn^y, on Tufvtiy latf. no ;innftun>-*m»nt j had m*dn &»> >rt «Ik *»nv«*»nm«ut ' inlaid in opt. Tfr* toL'owjn^ \<- fr-'m ih" M»*rulny f/rmhl of th-1 ->wh <). ; | A iDfiiin.T, ronve*»->d by circular. of th<» usual 1 ftapporfors of the <mv*rniii"Uf, and aJ-» llias=» um ] voted with tli''in in the division on Friday i-vnin:, I wan held yesterday afternoon at the S*v»v j tarvV office, to erai«id*r tfio <i.»trv n.n-t pnm-r t.» W pursued in conn-iiMUr*- of ih«* vote arrivl a* <>» that ntxasinn. The te'.lowin;: niHtnbjr* -i«i»nty eight in iniml»"r -wtrr- ; Mow-r*. WeekoM, Arnold, .1. CampM), Jrvin.:, Cusanrn'-., Itotton, Cohen, jlamt-!, Gurdun, M'Arthur, Lnrvts >Mt>lt, <irav, Hart, KyrJt-s, At IJ^asi, T«JTV, Dii'kson, PcnHI. M«»rijrty, A-linr, lb>jvin;* , FitiJ, Wil>in, and I)r, !>uurr. U iu-n» uvn- r»i ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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KIANDRA. [Telegrams from the Sydney Morning Herald, October 29th and 30t.] Saturday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

h'l.l X/WA. [Flt'iSI on* MTHAI. UKI»0|iTi:!(. ] (TVlofir&mH frnin |1h» //r j Octulvr illMli and iHUli.] j 8atnr»)av» 0 ji.m. | j The Krfwrl loft with 1120 n». nud in j i In th<» fiic-n!'0'! *lat<* of 1 l»o v«Mth«T i | !«!sm work ha* lwn Hone i'-ii we»'k i]j.m am **rt'U j f Kinne Uir KUn«lra v,vr»- n^tn- 1. I An oflii-hl le^'praiu tm- iv«i\ Ji\ ?i pm*ai«- iti'Iiu- \ | <lnrd yi^tenlay ln^ntsin^ tliat Ki.m'lm ].. to !*. j j ftpjmintM a polling plain? for t'je Tuiont. I Inv j inrniin.- of nil tli* xri'l llj<-y | j havo no information on ift** ! I th^t Kirui'lm U a «liktrif*t, and :lmt it is jnir-' ihun ; ijindiaMc tint n plor**k^|*T 1s*»r**, uiio ! limn* than |X)liti»'allv n'l.nt^l *»rio of ll«" nnulwr'i of llio Ministry, will lv a fan«lHai*» f»r th* j^-nt, it j 1 wnuM apjw.ir tliAt oilier inW'M linn th<v«- »,f th« j ! 4istri<-t are at work, j Mnn'i.iy, *» v in. { Slion^rv , j Mr n^rVs Towp! r's. jun., .vi Ir-- . ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. EDEN, SATURDAY, 27TH OCTOBER, 1860. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. EDEN, SATURDAY, 27TH OCTOBER, 1860. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRUNKENNESS.—James Davis was charged with the above offence, and of using abusive language to the constable. Fined £1. TUESDAY, 30TH OCTOBER. (Before the Police Magistrate, G. Barclay, and H. Solomon, Esqrs., J.P.'s. )   WOOLCRAFT v. BASHER.—Summons to recover £2, balance of money for erecting a tent. Verdict for plaintiff. SARAH ASHWORTH v. BLOW.—In this case the plaintiff sought to recover £912s. from Mr. Blow.   The sum was the product of a sale of goods which           the plaintiff stated, were her property. Mr. Blow alleged that the goods had been placed in his hands for sale, by a Mr. Wilson, who was now absent, but who would, he believed, shortly return. Case dis- missed. Their worships remarked, that if Mr. Blow handed over the proceeds of the sale to the plaintiff,   he could be sued...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions of our     Correspondents.]       TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS. Sir,—When active men are unable to find   employment, the Devil takes possession of their faculties, and the usual result is, confusion, mis- chief, and the invariable concomitant, an attempt to injure some one. I have been led, Mr. Editor, to make the above remarks, from witnessing the disre-     putable determination of a hitherto supposed   respectable member of the community, to destroy in the most effectual manner, the already—by him— tarnished reputation of a fellow being,—whose only   offence was, the inability to account for the paltry sum   of four shillings, and this too, while acting as the   recognized manager of the Telegraph during the absence of the publisher in Melbourne. But not content ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 2 November 1860

A.S.H. GSHMLSrg STEAMERS. REDUCED FiRES,-iU. inttudinj Prontiem. «TEASI TO 8 V D N E V, WONGA WONG A, Tnwday. STEAM ro MELBOURNE, The CITY OF SYDNEY, Snnday. STEAITTO HOBAUT TOWN. THE TASMANIA Steamer, John Clinch, Coamader, u dm at thia Port on SATURDAY, itnt. NnTember, mJ will «ail tcr HOBAUT TOWN abort); after her aniral. For Freight or riurage, applj to GEORGE BARCLAY, Agent LIVERPOOL & LONDON LIFE INSURANCE CO HHP MX MESSRS. S. & 11. SOLOMOS baring boea appointed iSIHSS for the abo» Oomjan/, in EDEN, TWOFOLD BAT. art aothoriaed to reeeiw Application! for lamranee in both U» UPB and WW Dqaitae^a, which will U dealt with by th* Director! in Bjinrj as libtrtllj u in ujr other offio*. All Claim* aettled in the Colonj. TtblM of ratal for Life Ineutanoa, in all ita Braachea, and tnrj information may to oWained <r°m 8. k H. B0L0M0N8, 10 of c As"* NORTHERN (fitc and |pit ASSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL £1,259,700. EDEN AGENCY. INSURANCES effected at reduced rata? ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 6 November 1860

IHT1» 0 TI FOR TUB BITE OF SNAKES AM QT11BB VENOMOUS REPTILES. PRICE, TEN SHILLINGS per Bottle. TO XI Hip or MS?. M1LLHOUSE, SOLE AGENT. The lTXf)r.ItS)ll\i!I), being in possession of a certain Antidote against the ISitea of Snakes, and other Venomous Reptiles ami Insects, te«tai in va rious experiment* during a jieriod of twenty ;on, is desirous of disposing of the same in small quan tities for the benefit of the community at (arj;e. lie ia ready to submit bis medicine to any teat with rabbits, dogs, and other description of animals, for the purpose of proving Its efficacy in caving life, before any competent person. Dibcctsoxb ro* Ur«.-Apply the liquid to ih« part bitten, by a quill or any other method, and one application ii quite sufficient {or * perfect cure. Tkt vnJermrntloncd Tfitimsiniol hat ic*n gratvitouily offered mt. " Huon River, Nov. 12,1850, "5m,- I bsveta bring under your notice for the henofit of Society, the fact that a man of the name of William Gibbe »» bitten te...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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