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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

FOE IMMEDIATE OCCUPATION. "II7KOXKSDA Y, 7th November, at 12 OY-Iim-'k , If will In; .SOLD on tin- Ground, next the l'linoe nf Wuit.s' IIhim1 Uazaai— A substantial TKXT, lfj x is, having a pint-wood l'rann'. < Irnunti r.-iit nuii up f >r a mi.ntli. !. J]. MOSKS; Ain:tiniiivr. NOTICE. T II iJIKlJV CAUTION ill! IVrson- against J. iny; wi'.li Mr. W. H. lions for the i lli'iitiil, ur n:l:iTttisf <>f the liuiMing tmw \ in his* oOL-ujuiioH, in liniav-street, anil , used ii a llair ilixv-hi-rV Simp, without pnvious consultation with thv Li^lersiuiitd. : THOMAS MAKSHALI., Chando—stm t. K.li'i:, ! XoVi'iii'itT, 1W0. CROWN LANDS' SALES. SAI.KS of CIIOWX LANDS will be h.M at tin- undermentioned place oil tlj«' d..v staled. W00LL0NG0NG, j (At the Police Oliice) ! On SATURDAY, 1st December, COL'XTUY LO'J .S. County of Camden. , 12 lots (Macros 2 roods 17 [I'-i-ciics to o."} acres) i oil Brandy and Water ;u;d Ke'iililo Ci\ i-k-, a i i joining and m-ar to Owen's, Waldro...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

sCwal ^ntfUiflcnrc. Police Court,—Wc observed an alteration in the manner of conducting the proceedings in this Court on Tuesday last, for the first time. Hith erto it was tlie rule to take down in writing nil the evidence, oven ill the most trumpery cases. This absurdity is now abolished, a fact wo n ay ascribe to the magistrate's late vi-it to Sydney. I'lwsPKOTiNG Association.—On Wednesday morning, Mr. 1. Moses, the chairman of the com mittee of the Prospecting Association, together with Dr. Otway and other gentlemen, visited the localities where the working prospectors are now engaged. A new hole is now being bottomed, and promises to turn out will. Ski'.kamI' v. Shaw.—This case attracted many spectators to the Police Court on Tuesd iy last-, but wheu it was called on there was only one magistrate on the bench, P.J. Murray, Km|., who h -d previously intimated to the defendant very significantly his iutcutiou to sit on the bench when this case would be called. After waiting patien...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 29th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

fttrUiournr. fmoM oik own < ()nni:si'ijNi)i:sr.J Oetolici- 2!Hli, iw;0. I lit' .loe!<<y C;u!) S|«: il»j» Meeting commenced i.n Ihui.-dav, and concluded on Saturday. In iimiiv il'-iJu c'I,-. it wits a vciv Mii'crh I'ul one. The Wi-atln r w.i.i lint', tin: attendance nuMeron-, ami the racing above mediocrity. The a.lti-ml <w ol the course in much approved of, cxcpt l>y tin: miwMrian victors, wholly the iiiAvannngt'ii.eiitK atr oscluded iiltoijeiher. 11:<: Grand Stand. an tnlirely new eddiec, is now Minuted on the si <J)> "f tin; j;|Tat hill, to the wesi oi the frontage of the old stand. It whs well attended each day, and although 1 fear the cateiet's |<roiit>eoiiid not haw more than covered the amount of the ]iie iiiinm he paid for his privilege, he mn=t have taken a large Mini. Some of the booths, i^jie i-ially the l'-ull and Mouth, did i\ marka'dy well. Uiio seriou-, accident lll.iried the enj iyni...

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THE EDITOR AND THE BOATMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

T1IE KPITOli ANi) THE liOATM \N. They furled him with bin>k—they cursed him with lull. They cur^it him i i heaven— cursed him in hell. Tbev cursedhiuiincou};hiiig—they cur&cd him mimic-Kin,*. Thoycurscd himiuMvcatiajj—tin-yvursed liim in freezing. They cursnd liim standing—they cursed him 1 viiig. They curwd hiw Jiving—fli<-v our&ed hiiu <J.wi'£. • • * # * (Tiio cv.jw fdiin-d iii) And heedless uf grammar, thev cried "that's him" Im.oi.l^uv Lluo'us. A cncc cauio <m the other day, Tlmt Murray much jwjdcKcd A Boatman, as the p.-»ple sav, An Kditor had vesttl. The man of letters—he complained Ol' threatening ian^uage u-cd, 'Tuns nut lor m-1! t!mt In- felt pained; liut public taMe abused. It" lkmtmnn did h:it " "-uiltv" ikad, Thoca^he w..uld u:ihdi'.iu, But <itijcr-\:M.' he mu«t proceed, An*-! take it gut iu L.i.v. " Not Guilly " wits iii#* Boatman's |>lea, The then said, A *jtli« I will unfold to iiy, lu turn your Worship...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

AmtiVAL and DKPAitrcitK. of Mail?. The Postal arrangements at the Kdeii Pot-t Office are as follow :— The M»ii.9 Arbive, From domflata aXD Cooma, even- Sunday, 3 p.'TT . The Mmie Close, Fob Sydney.—Via Xeiligcn, Bcca, Pauluia, ant) Merimbula, Every Friday aud Monday, U p.m. «Q«1 par steamer, on or about Tucslay ru st. Fob BuM iiala, Cuuma, &<■., every Tuesday, 3 p.m. Foh Melbockm:.— uy tiie suamcr, on or uw>'iz. Sui'.day uext.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney & Merimbula THE First-class Steam Packets of the I.S.N. Co. will hereafter ply as follows   From SYDNEY Every MONDAY NIGHT at 11 o'Clock. From MERIMBULA On WEDNESDAY Mornings, at 8 o'Clock. Phoenix Wharf, Sydney, 29th Sept. c First ship for the FEBRUARY SALES ABERDEEN LINE of CLIPPERS. For LONDON, Direct, To sail positively November 6, The new Aberdeen Clipper-built Ship, ST R A T H D O N, A 1 10 years, 1,011 tons per register,   JAMES ROSS, Commander. This noble vessel was built expressly for the Australian trade, by Walter Hood and Company, and forms one of the justly-celebrated line of Aberdeen clippers owned by Messrs. George Thompson, junior, and Company, of London, of which The Moravian, Capt. Edward, The Omar Pasha, Capt. Thomson, And the Maid of Judah, Capt. Mitchell, have already become favourably known at this port   The Strathdon is now lying alongside the Wil- liamstown Railway Pier, having discharged th...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind S.E,. weather fine. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD DAY. Wind S.E,. weather fine. ARRIVALS. October 30—Lady Denison, brig, McKinlay, from Sydney for Launceston. October 80—Gil Blas, schooner, windbound. 30—James Paxton, schooner, Davies from Newcastle for Melbourne, windbound. October 31st—City of Sydney, steamer, Moodie,     from Melbourne to Sydney. 2 passengers. October 31st—Wonga Wonga, steamer, Walker, from Sydney for Melbourne. Depautures. October 31st—City of Sydney, steamer, Moodie, for Sydney. October 31st—Wonga Wonga, steamer, Walker,   for Sydney. November 1—Lady Denison, brig, McKinlay, for Launceston. Passengers cabin—   Messrs. Porter, Silvain and Ger-   mone.   November 1—Gil Blas, schooner, windbound. 1—James Paxton, schooner, wind- bound.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
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COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, THURSDAY Evening, November 1st, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, THURSDAY Evening November 1st, 1860. Messrs. Edward T. Gilbert and Co. report— That the fat cattle yarded this week, and sold under the hammer, realised very fair prices, tak- ing into consideration that this quality was in- ferior, and that the butchers were already par- tially supplied. Prices realised £5 17s. 6d. to £6 15s. A small lot of really prime beef would meet with a quick demand, and at a more than average figure. Milch cows are enquired after, and a few fat calves would move off readily.

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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 2ND NOVEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

The Telegraph FRIDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER, 1860. The necessity of prospecting the district of Auckland for a payable Gold Field is so apparent that it is a waste of time to dwell upon it; but we wish to enforce upon the at- tention of our fellow townsmen the vast im- portance of lending an immediate helping hand in the work we have before us. Can any one doubt, after all the experience we have had of this country, and the results of the investigations of scientific men—that wealth surrounds us, waiting only the help of in- dustry to bring it forth? Can any one question the advantages that would ensue to this port from the development of such resources. We are not altogether forgetful, but we have not gone into the work with that animation and spirit that become an enterprising class of men? for we do take that compliment, and   accord it to all subjects of the British Empire. The Prospecting Association have done much, but they are limited in their sphere, they cannot do all; ...

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Police Intelligence. EDEN, Tuesday, October 30th, 1860. (Before P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M., and II, Solomons, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

EDEN, Tuesday, October 30th, 1860. (Before P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M., and (..)   Solomons. Esq., J.P Goldsmith v. Graham.—Settled out of Court.   Woolcott v. Bacher.— Balance of account for   work done, £2. Verdict for plaintiff.   Ashworth v. Blow—The plaintiff left some   goods in the hands of a Mr. Wilson, who had pro-   mised Mr. Blow to sell them by auction, but   Wilson had never stated that the goods belonged     to Mrs. Ashworth. Mr. Wilson had left the   town.   Mr. Blow stated that he never knew anything of Mrs. Ashworth in the matter. He had sold     the goods by order of Wilson, and received £9 12s. for them, which he was ready to hand over to the plaintiff, and had already offered to do so,   if she would procure him an indemnity against any claim that might hereafter he made by Wil- son. On ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

LANDS' S A I, B S. ^Ai:)i<) V\ N ,v:;j i)L, i10u at* uc^iuik-imifuliuiicd iil.io.' i n the dav stated. {M t!jii Pi>3ife Oilitif) On Thursday, 29th November, SrHlWKAX ?.OTS. ity of Auuklaii1', - K' >\ * , "H'i«! rtt-ros 4 ri ml Si pcrches) Ml ■ it II Mj.ir > ,.f 1 .-iki- t'uralo, ill Jin* ji-jrtli in . iif jrt- .kd ,.f K(it u, portions 8 w-t- I'"i 1«j=. ami 1'3 verm) ' of Anckfai.,1: 3« Jo's (1 !'■ "I i ■ O.H l<> i> JOlll!.-/ in the town ,.f ai-.'Hi.,..2,, of 3- 1 10„Hf !V ,!J\ 4>|Ha iVKiiN-ii!:sT <>AZ:.nE, X.I. is;,. M P RE IilU-.i) K.VMS, from itu pinti'il Sto.k ;:,;f ,i, ,1,,. },r g,„y of t"n'V" !';v ; W-''*™: 'K imported M.ll.i:! 1 mv.,. Jf;;if ,.)o. 1 ini.ArK-l'AC.'Ell or IIKA1II Sheep .s; .s ai.,1 p .ro ewes. < juaii. r-l.r-.-.l d..„ t!;c cf the above. I |,, ir.Ui; v r-•o'»rn«;|i(]oii ii.tr 'r:\5! ;y,t^' -ur a,i,t Kmc-. ;ls aai..intf..r I.ijj . I {„ t.,' t., „f AUn.ro,? !..i-y i>c;ii,' v than t!m Jhrino' '■Vlll...

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Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

^ (fxtrartt. What s.r.:;: t-kdi lf. t:unk .>r u<.—Tl»- onr of t!if (ioulhoiirn IIir.iM, writing f; ' ii , say* .—Thecit kno.s ,s isu'l their 'liii,' note ni/htiv, (ho laughing jst>;ka.s.si> • •ii-nw a mutual grin at daybreak, tins curlew v.hi.-itV* during and up to midnight ( .1 Ii i viiihi^' iIn* Imiis their ni' ii.iOi. each other ilpim the <li-!:nit rang s :i!) o! v.' i is are miiv ill" :;m• iippro.ieh of spring ; «!.:■ ii v.-.ini is tin' jM.->v.(>ni for fmn; lucky -ti.I .■ .• / ui.iticky <li„'uci>. Kiiiiiiiiii is all tl:e «o. iv- -ry Ml l.r uii'i ran i.-i'.iv'k a whip siti>l r i a )• -1:(i i- ••■>. iS.lsi. cli i ,i"d l) r.r ,;:v li. id iia-k Sydney :•::!< -t forth' as til'".' ;.ri' i. l:i in • <>'i f !' t -it V;-h. ! 1; I • M-vi'li^ai;'. s'ei!:;-r cilTlcs il i.ir.*-' 1 <1110 * l !' i ' -.-kiy who are Snowy-hnunil. A f w <ji -app ii;st i I <i!i■ .s arc from turn: to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

HOTElaa QUEEN'S WHARF, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. SPLENDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY. To Capitalists, Merchants, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Hotel Keepers, and Others. EDWARD"f. GILBERT AND CO. HAV12 received instructions from the Proprietors to to Public Competition 'on tin Premises), tlu1 well-known am! newly-erected AL1S10X JiOTKL. nitu.ite Queen's Wharf, Kden. on Wednesday, November 14th, At One O'clock. This Hotel is substantially «»d newly lmilt, and without exception on the best : iie iv> ;kc flouri.s'iitnr and improving township of Kden. I'.verv appointment in the Ksinbiisluuent is complete. Tlie Har is admirably tilted up without retail) to oo--t: the (iiiinj;- ie-in:; polished solid Cedar. wilh fire-place. mid every requisite adanted '<«■ a larije nr..) re.sdv troncy business. liar l!arIour is not loo larp1 to be comfortless, nor imi s;n;il! to be inconvenient. b»! in reality :i thorough " SiHijfjfery." The l>inia<.: ib-eas ;!!'■' well l'in-,r»hed. av,.1 possess...

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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

tttdbournr. jniom <n"u own coi!];Es3'oxi)::\i.J The Cjnmii-sinner of Public \Viii');<, and t;i.' President of hands anil Purvey, .Mr. V. Pyke and J (jiveves, have itiiiie a Mistake in reference to tlu! lcgitinuio functions ill' their po.-ition of the !>rjv->t nature. You will re.ueinlie" that sliU'th' til*,ej" tin.' :i.-cL,'ssiim of the t Ministry to iittici-, ;i vice" com-.nittie w is appointed tu pu (j'liiv into the )ii iniii'j iuwlui-h the jailn.ty worku were Iil-iiu' c .r. ii'J out. This Committee brought up seve.al i\ ; »i :s, hut through a little intriguing iii v.iiii'ii : ■, f tin.' members wvio involvi-i, th.iv w.i* s-.MViv'.y anything disclosed aiiieting tlu- inteiv*;> <>i the contractors. Cejiain changes iimvi vii vvuii' subsequently lunili- by p.r.sons who lial nut ii oil oil) ci upon to ^'ive evidence before tin- Commi't i', and jtjueli of the cement ivli'ch lind been used wa- foiled ti> In- unfit for tlic pur pise. Some of...

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Sydney Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

fuiluru \V<' have received ourfiic.s of Sydsi'V pajivr-; 1 r> 11k- .'ii-il ins-i . A dissolution of 1'uiliamen: is t.i take plaeu as Mioii as votes of e<edit are taki'ii, -so us not to inii-i-rn}»t the oem-nil bushu-s "f f hi country. When tin:- in-* n:i Thui'-ii.tv iififi'Mi) >!i Mr. l!oii:iiT-io,:'e:;plai!;e 1 >hi »-'iui.«>■ tin; ti'iVviislU'-'iit m.-unt to take. Tliey did H't !»!■<»])(l-o ( I g.) rrpll rly through the J>till|!ltcn. mill get a mx month:*' supply,but gave tn>tii-■■ that tiny Mi-mlii ask, on tlio following day, for a lump Mini of iih 'ut I'Sim (!(io, nr cnougli to k<" >i tln ni Knilip for fix months on tilt basis of ill" i>ti:iiaieH they lad upon the table. Mr. Maktiv Mi:.':y.4ed that they should ir<> into a ilisi'usxion of the ijuev tion at oik c, Imt tlie TitK'.^niKi; was not prepar ed for that, and the discussion stooii ovir. ilu-v. - fore, to tin- n. it dv. On Friday, tin; Ti.kam u...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind N.W., weather stormy, with heavy rain. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

pipping ro;rr of kjjFjN, twofold ha v. Wiml X.w,. weather .stmny, with heavy rain. Anwv.u.s Nove.uiier -4-Tasmania, st.eain>r, Clinch, fruiu ' Sydney, 'J passengers. November A—City «>f fSy.lticy, ste:uu■ r, Mi tvlie. : fiMin Sydney. 2 pus-niters. November 4—City of Sydney, hUw.or, J,!oo li -,, fill- MclboUt lie. -'■> p.t.Sxeilircr.s. i November 5.—Tasuiniia, stunner, CJ:iic)i, for j Hobart Town. 12 p;'.:;-vngei's. I hi)1 outs. Tasmania—2 hhd* B P rum, L hhd brandy, 1 hhd B 1' rum, 2 hhds rum, 10 casus brandy, 10 cases geneva, 1 hlid brandy, £.5 iu;i(s sugar, j <) cases kardwavc, 4 liest tubs, 10 b;i£s li;-'-, (j bags salt. MERIMBULA. Aiusivals. October li!)—Mitno-a, Captain Trcr.ih ti'. 27 p.i.sscli£. I*. November 4—liiawarra, Captain F;etchei-. 1!) passengers. IMPORTS. 1.") bags flour, Hitchic ; 4 pale dmy, 1 parcel, 10 boica soap, 2 casks cufi'ee, 1 ca.se sundries, 1 case bricks. 2 ca-k~, o packages rope, 1 bundle iron, I'aire: 3 pole dray,- Jautiioy: 7 cedar ...

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ADELAIDE. Monady 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

ADELAIDE. Monday 7 jj.m. Mr. Stuart's fir.st party arc about 200 miles out The second party start to-morrow, and Mr. Stuart himself on Thursday. / Tuesday The second detachment of Mr. Stuart's party left Adelaide to-day. Wheat is firm at 7s 2d, and 7s- 8d.at the Port. Flour, ,£17 to .£18. Wheat, :7s, 2d.j flotny 17 10s. Very Jittio business doing. - V ■ ■ Thursday 4.m. Markets remain the same. i It is understood jtlmt Mr. Chambers refuses (o j allow tho;<5oven»nieut to ihc exploring infurraa- .' lion tmtil ^lr, Sluarttas 'announced his arrival I ' at Chambers' (Creek, (iOOor "OO miles out, |:

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

Arrival and i;tu!;i: <.v m \ Till1 J'o.-itul ;it (!:e I'M; I) I\;>1 Office are its foilow- :— The Mails Aubivi:. FeOM UuJIIULA AN'd CgOMa, nverv Suiidnv, 8 V- " Tin: >1 ails Ci-osr. Fob Sydskv.—Via Xeiiigeu, I'.inbui.i, and Merimimla, Kvery Friday mid Monday, fl and per steamer, on or about Wednesday next Fob ItoMH.H.a, Cooma, (S<'n every Tuesday, 3 ju:i. For Mbi.uoiKXE.—i»y tin; bteainer, on or Sunday next. L. i.—,f icf-gigrT Jfi.1I »DLI ■■■

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"TILLS" AND "FRILLS." [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

•Tti.i.s- axi) «nni.!.s." Tiu" »!*4V was liisnwJ, an 11!%*■ nisjlit win M n*-y» A -'lM'-r «t-Nt; iar ■»!»< t'r t:n Miuri': K-'i > ill it- ftllMU'l* tt-i" IjOt'Wv — —tu jvtuni n«» i;>nrr. lie iwh nn nrtl'il knowing ill1'" ro-ljrr, IT.-v. r.'■! n»»ry ont? I> »? \ ;r- a i •' 1 " tllO lil'T ,1 T. li ttli vi .ik ;;*:(! hit:ipli% lif* 1^«k in tii.m mi. Si:1 in•* in )w utM V- car« »1 for m» nia:i \wi hi I hi' Itra'i hjmjii th<* *-m!. WU u 1 bil! !» :!.»■ - I ;!■ . l'uri<(ti- iri an^fr. nrsii in i»i>j 'Ji- pnK Li ■ wv —'* V<>* u vi.nl wi }j;c '? " !•••. iili T"V ! •£—" Ui'Mrfl ?'»" «}<l" ! r:»i i' \'i ■'»h \i,% >«»ur r.»-jn ry m v.ill L? " Nolj;inw* Ir mi ::!V r«". «'ii :>• iii »,»i,r i mu." v*"ir Hi'" (*jc ! 'vli'jt m v»! U!io p "■ '■ " i; " S': 'it«T ! j» til tlO jl VII ■» Ji-liV k - " ifiTt il' it v. il! mv oMi-riti'n p.iy '■ 1 l'Iv-' ynn (Wv;y i ri' !.cr iT'iniM.'! :ii;.3 t> *>i<■*or *.v.;!%'■■!...

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FRIDAY. MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

FRIDAY. Maidkx Pi-ati:. Colonel 1 lleindccr '2 jockey CLi'n Swlepstaki s. Othello 1 Wildrakc 1! metropolitan Handicap. Gafi'cr Uray 1 flying Jib '2 ku/.zanl -j Junior Stakes. Dauntless 1 cuiilest - Sku.in<; stakkr. Haphazard 1 Yankee 2 couixthian ihnni.i: haci;. Mode-ty ! Hirthday ... j

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