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OPEH COLUMN. To the Editor of The Twofold Bay of [?] Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

OPEH COLUMN. Tulhc "f T!>'■ T' JSt>/ !(,: ■' ■, T<!.. Sip. I have l:.iiic<"a \i-rv ,-n in v ;r ;1 ports of {'l;U!'rli M •etii'irs t!:-' <1 slrV.ili'v • i" h ivin;; aClerjjyn: ri !:-.i i>: ■■ district, < l' oreetiu-.r :i Ciiur.ii, .v. ;}' | i-iHi umlersiatid tli-- i':atiiT«' mi v:!v, t!;.- i.'i-,■ that jir event* tin' iilj ivn dis!d>T. i,;:a is eultvof e-isuri'iu'u r tin mi : u-< :i ■- 1:ry fur t!:i ■ Inciriihcii:, tlif c ujs licence .>th I ».oC.Vr.y;ij,-!j will coin-; hi " Kden " v.iili 'iiL a cert tin amni iiieoitic is <.u.ir.mti ■.• i 11 Iiiin, and hence tins eausu of those The Church of Kngland has given us uji until times are I<rtt-r. ' l'lvshyterians find it is not a paring speculation, I and the Methodists I suppose think the same, j So much for the .Minister* of the Gospel in Xew j South Wales, who profess to preach the doctrines I of Ji'sitx ('hrist, and whose servants they pretend j ...

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SATURDAY. JOCKEY CLUB OAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

SATURDAY. Jockky Club Oaks. Firing Colours ... (Walked over) City I'i.atk. Flatcatrher.. 1 .Stormy I'etrel '' Handicap Sn:i:ri.i: Chask. Modesty 1 Pioneer i Wi.nxtt Si'A(ci:s. Othello 1 Tliu Moor -1 Tin: Shunts. < 'herryman 1 Culll'oUATIOX C( i'. Plioehe I Haphazard i Lucy (jiittci'n :i CcXSUl.AlioX 11A XD!IV. I'. Vankce 1 Attilu - [Laikst nv T/:i.i:<.i(Ai'if r.t Svnxi.v.j ! Saturday, 7 p.m. : Fine growing showers last night, which won- ! followed l»y a lowc-rinir <• i ilay. i News has been received that the exploring parly j l:ad lost nine camels :n the .scrui). Mr I lurk" i leaves the remainder, mid pushes on with horst .s. ! Monday, 7 p.m. | The Lizzie Spalding has arrived with lUOUtons I wheat from California. The market* are not af- J feeted i y her arrival. The Lodore, from Calcutta, has brought a oar^n j of jjrain. The appointment of Mr. Newton, kiri'Mer, as ; I'ostinasier-General, has been gazette!. j Tuesday, 7 p.m. i Markets brisker for cou...

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The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 6TH NOVEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

TUESDAY, Gi'ii N'OVEMBKH, 18C0. Xlw Soi:th Wai.is, it appears, is likolv to undergo a series of liials ami troubles, and several successive political disturbances, simi lar to those vliic. h I:;-.vo taken place in Yic toria, before the will be able to obtain a Land Bill suitable to the wants of the country Victoria has not yet obtained such a measure. The Land Bill of that colony is recognised and treated as a mete Rham. The Land Bill of New South Wales, divested of the loth clause, giving free selection before survey, would be no less a delusion, and would utterly fail in the great objcct of such a m -asuve, namely, to promote the settlement of this country. Although much inconvenience re sults from the frequency of general elections, and the attention of the people is diverted from their business avocations during such periods—there seems to be no other course open to the Ministry than to dissolve the House, and appeal to the country on this im portant clause. Tile have made a • d...

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

STEAM B&TWEEN Sydney &MerimbuIa rpiil-: Fir-t-cl.'.-os :'ti'.un IV.rfc.-N «.' <!.<•. I. X. 1 Co. will hcre.il'tt'r p!v i;." : Erotu Svi'Ni:v ]•',<.y MOXDAY XI < J11T M 11 oVIne!;. Fl'Olit MkIMMIjI'I.A On WEDNESDAY ."iioniii! :it s o'Clu.-k, I'imni'x Wli.n-f. Sydney. tSHli Si-iif. e "iilltsr Sllll' I- . KlilH Ai.v SAI.ES 1 ..];i:i:ui-.i:x i.:xi: .»r l'.>i- l.OXiiON. Dj.- t I n >;>i 1 |m>iiivc!y N\iv< lu!>< ?■ fi. The1 new A In l'dcvli <'lijiv.c;-luiiit >l;:p, ST Ji A T II »<) X, A 1 10 y.Mi's. 11 1 •»!- jn i :v_:-1' JAMES 1U)SS, <\iniv';i'n!>'i'. Tliii imiili' \v«s lmil: Au>triili.'iii (i.ide, by Waller I!" .itid ('onip.my, and iiiniis one of the justly.ci !'-'.i::to< 1 Jim- of Aberdeen clippers ownel lty Mes>:s. (n-ur:;.' Thompson, junior, tutd ('-hipi my. of Lmnion, of. which The Moravian. ('.inf. ICdv.jjr.l, , Tin' Ulnar Pasha. ('...

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Mining Intelligence. KIANDRA. (From the Alpine Pioneer, Oct 23.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 6 November 1860

tttininfl ^ntctUflcnrc. KIAXDHA. {Kvoin the AI pi hi' Oct. 23.) l)i" w<n!iier 011 Friday and Saturday was very l-iil uid<?i.<], heavy sliowcrs succeeding cadi other Willi ceaseless rapidity. This, udued to the news ! ironi \\ ahtninyuh, which has induced more than M)0 people to leave, wiil tend to diminish o-.iv es corts very sensibly, though we have hopes I lint ;i season uf 1)115? weal brr will enable us to af-toiiissh : Australia by (illr yield, which Wc CilU L'VOIl HOW : n-br to with fe-linirs of satisfaction. I I 'oiii New ( hum liili We hear that the parly immediately above Wallace's claim have hot- ; tomed ut about 40 feet. They got*an excellent '■ |ii'"s[>L'ct, being procurable tlironsrli lour or ; ilVt l'', t <'*' the gravel. Wallace obtained £1 o/.s. f'Ui of four buckets f'l dirt. loin's cl-uni is imme- ■ diatcly above Cameron'*. J'. Riley unit party ex- : jiect to have 1h'ir live-mile race completed in i a.iout a fortnight. T...

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

Xccat ynxcUujfttf?. j Goi.d most Kiasdka.—A young digger >.!" tU<' r.ame if >Vi!li\::i S:: it:i, brought (low:) .'{30 n.:>, of Gold from iviundru. This :-5 his i-hare out of the proceeds of a <juanlily <1 by a P';rty oi' three, himself mid two hrotheo, the twu i;ut-_-i j are still keeping their ground at KianJra. The j Joviuu.iK' Viiung fellow arrived ii^c 0:1 Frid.iv and intends going iut!i>- Meaner toSvdiuy 1 j oil Wednesday li 'Xt to m.v his moth:who keeps | til,- Ked Lion in (Jas',ler<agh sm-i, i:i that oiiv. ! gives :i wry favoiahle ae^-omit nf Kia'iiiva, ; and ■v.j s atiy «;ie »vai!y willing to um;-!; e ;a (in | wd:, hut a irre '.t ti\::iy u-> th.iv ■.v::!:..i;L uwr.ev j ami ieave ill'1 place iu iii-gsiv, cvt:' ijv- j ; in- their clionee. " I 111 : .VIVAY.—Mi c.;;),-,tl'riiu'.ii>n to .sn:;;e and I aniuseiuuit to others were cau.ii i! iiy the atrc-jajit «d civi-rr and ultimately wiei'in-ful flope of a Mr. Ih-nj.iiiii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

jkhmmm mmmh* QUEEN'S WHARF, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. SPLENDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY. To Capitalists, Merchants, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Hotel Keepers, and Others. edwaIFtTgilbert AND CO. HAVE received instructions from the Proprietors to offer to Public Competition (on the Promisesthe well-known and newly-erected ALBION HOTEL, situate Queen's Wharf, Eden. on Wednesday, November 14th, At One O'clock. This Hotel is substantially and newly built, and without exception on the best site in tke flourishing and improving township of Eden. Every appointment in the Establishment is complete. The Bar is admirably fitted up without regniti to cost: the fittings being polished solid Cedar, with fire-place, and every requisite adapted for a large and ready money business. Bar Parlour is not too largo to lie comfortless-, nor too small to he inconvenient, but in reality a thorough " Snugger}1." 'flic Diniirj Rooms are commodious. well furnished, and possess every accommodation usually found ill a first-...

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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 9TH NOVEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

tllie itflriivaiili. FRIDAY, 9th NOVEMBER, 18C0. It does not afford us any pleasure, when in the strict performance of our duty as Journal ists, we are obliged to take exception to the * wisdom of any of our public officials. We have invariably found heretofore that our cri ticisms have been ascribed to vindictive feel ings, or some secret animosity—to injure some or to please others. Even so, we must be content: we have duties which we cannot— ought not, and will not—shirk. The present notice we have to offer is one concerning the mal-administration of the 2;iw; and if those who are nffectcd by it assert that wc are animated by bad feelings, we must only rely on the candid and liberal portion of the people to acquit us of any siHi influence, and to allow that the subject in hand is one essentially for the journalist's notice, and that we have taken it up in the best possible spirit, and only on pubUs grounds. The case we particularly allude to ia that of Walkee versus Gilbebt, whic...

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GEMS FROM "THE OBSERVER." [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

Gems pkoji "The Odseuveb." " Divested of the envelope of obscurity in which they have been hi.herto t (wrapped."— " Iron, copper, silver and lead abound in all directions, vAicA only require capital and science to be rendered remunerative articles of com merce." * This hat been deemed sufficient ground* tor the present undertaking." "The Work recently issued from the Press in Sydney, on the Southern Gold Fields it oomprksd of a eerieB of Reports, Sic" " Gold is of too exhaustible a nature, and from all precedents that have gone before, Sic.". " A frog wi'l croak in the guttor, ond a whelp Will bark in the t-tivet, hut they seldom injure any person !>y tbeir ijaise, no more ihan does the bawlingti of a tuistiublo mountobank." 1

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

1 3Tofttl New Prospkcting Party.—We are glad to find that a second Prospecting Party lias been formed, andwill start from this township onTues ' day next, for this purpose of prospecting the great liasiv, hounded 011 the wist by the Alpine liiuue. on the ea.-t by the Coast Kau;c,on the 1 north by the Foot Hills, connecting the Alpine with the Coast Range, and on the south by Gipps Land. This is the groat Snowy Hirer lla-sin into which tin.1 Alpine ltan<;c drains, and towards : which all the itoldfieMs in Victoria seem to tend, ; the newly diseorered field of W'ahgunyah lyi:.g iniiiiediii-e y to tin* south. This lia-in in supposed to be highlv 11U1 if rous, and ns the party has been well oiMmiisoil by Me»s.a. Henrique* avid Marks, and will lie accompanied Ity Dr. Oi way, whether it is so or not will be fo: 1 v tested. The spirit ' which has prompted this movement will we hope 1 promote a spirit of emulation amount other.! of 1 our fellow townsmen, who arc not at present1 |...

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DR. OTWAY'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

DTI. OTWAY'S LECTURE. This Kjcntlrnian delivered n lecture at the l'oliee <'miit, on Tuesday evening, on the Pro phecies of Si viiit.-vi1. It would lw impossible tod j anything like jit-tico to 1 lie learned gentleman iu .1 ii' wspaper rep n't i up can only i_ivc a irori? ab stract of th'; events Ik .sntloqrei,t:vtrovi lied over tluriu^ tjie brief tpace of an hour. I.tke tlx.* ( Iiiu'the F,.;vptiaiis boast of their antiquity, and date thiir i.iii-oiiiated empire anterior to the r-tvdtion, aoiod 114 tothe liihl.cul account. We, having liis'iey f ir our it"'1'1') 15'vt-" the honor t'i Mur.iitu, the son ni' Ham. ami grandson of Noah, ;is t li. - f uiul r of the lvjyjitiuu. Two huudivd uiiti tifiy-iiine king- succeeded Miz raim, at a period of 1100 \ e ir-, n:itil th' erup tion of the llyc-a-, or Kiu^lv Slieph1 r.ls of Ara bia, eonqueied the etr ntry, a:ul h:ld the Egyp tians enslaved for 3'Hl years. At this peri'ij of K^yptian hi-lorv, Jvvis, the lu'ig nf l'p;>'i Kjrvpt, ...

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Police Intelligence. EDEN, Tuesday, November 6th, 1860. (Before P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M., and George Barclay, Esq, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

3?0tirt sHitMUdttttt. ED EX, Tuesday, November 6th, 1860. '(Before 1'. J. Murray, Esq., P.M., and George Barclay, Esq, J.P.) Kitchen* v. Blair.—The defendant in this case ia the contractor for building the new Jetty. The pl iiniiff was engaged under a sub-contract with the (li'fVndmt to drive the piles. Inconse quence of the recent severe gale, the apparatus f»r the driving was blown down, and some loss nf tiiue occurred to the plaintiff, for which as well as for labour lost he now sought damages in the sum of £6 15s. Verdict for the plaintiff, £2 5s. ScHL'ltz v. GILBERT.—Debt admitted. Verdict for plaintiff, £5 Cs. Silk v. Mansfield.—No appearance. Frederick v. Kitchen.—This was a claim for damages done to the pi tintiffs boat, by a punt belonging to the defendant. The punt was moored a!ong-ide and in the violence of the recent storm, capsized and smashed the smaller craft. The J)ench held thnt it was an unavoidable casualty, and dismissed the case. Kbbon V. GnBEBT.—Debt admitted. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

TO STATION HOLDERS, AND OTHERS. THE I'liiJer-iijDPiJ ln'^.s to inform S"ttler*, Stitimi ()t':i! rs, that he ha* '.•■•nimen-eii Business a* a G K X i; K A !, ii I. A C IC S M I '1 If, Tn the Town of W'licic all (inlers will In- executed with ''inpitoh. A! -o A ODO 1) W 11 K I' L \V HI CJ !! T Ou the EttuSliahineiit. N.H.—HonsEs N'eati.t Sn<>r>. TO THE SQUATTERS, MER CHANTS & STOREKEEPERS OF MANEROO, KIANDRA, Merimbula, AND TWOFOLD BAY. b WILLIAM COULTER, liOMD.U.V, ".OS lo givu iwlino that he is prepared !o (•lit r into contract far the CONVEYANCE OF GOODS fr -in ar.d to t'io above glares, in any quantities, at the current rato of Carriage ; and from his ar rangements lioin >r on an pxtensivo scale ho will Iji,• t'wihk'J tn r-mnre at oi:c time large quantities of Wool or other property. IV. C. travelling witli the Teams, will hea guarantee that every carc and a trillion will he given to the property in his charge. All communications t» he addreasol '.V. Co...

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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] November 5th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

T ^Udhnurne ~ • [from our own coi!i!EsroNnr;xr.] November 5th, 1S60. The new Crown Land Sales Act came into operation last Wednesday, and on I'Yi lay a , (ioivrnmcnt Gazette Extraordinary was publish i od, proclaiming large areas 01 Country 3.amis opi 11 for selection. i Few expect any material benefit from the ' measure, as the limited auction system still re ! tains in tile lund-i of capitalists nntl land jobbers the power to p'.aco sjooil lauds beyond the reach of the poor man. ' Certain extraordinary proceedings in conneo . tion with the State Railway*-, have drawn a eon , siderahle amount of attention to the nature of the connection between the Government and the . contractors. Mr. liruce the surviving represen tative of the firm of Corniali nnd Bruce, con tractors for the Melbourne awl Mount Alexander ltuilway, invited Dr. Greeve.", the new President of Lands and Survey, and Mr. I'yke, Co nmis sioiier of Public Works, to do a little amateur mason's work, the one in fitting the...

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OPEN COLUMN. To the Editor of The Twofold Bay and M[?]roo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

i OPEN COLUMN. To tht j.'.l,of The Ti->/•>'. i !i-:i ct«7 M-?n»roo T<! >■/,•('p!<. : Sut— , Th"i'; 1* 'i vvli'-u ceasas ' tn lie a virtue, r.nil p.ri huu )U'W iirnvi-d. ■ 1 Iirvo ivxii]. .] in J'.uuu I'uui' suid during i iiiv snjourn here L haw iifirrnwiy \vatc!.ni i the cnir. nt of ♦■Mills. ;i«l •i".'iini!'<ly avoided ; tnking ! iUi**r one Ni'l'.1 ( r t iir* <*»f uiiy |inrtv. IWll.H 'Mil i: !ji»^: i'-ii ].<r..!■." Ii<j«w:r t forth fnilrt til'-' JirosM f«:| of i -s, Kcur lilitv a:id indignant ( fi'T ■-'a.^i-ijr inry explicitly in iliiir that no sucli qua i liiiua wnuM lie admitted in ilw mlnnais;, it Is liiyli time for <<i«iy man «'l:n valni- his freedom fr -in iwrsiiciiiioii •a fiinvartl lioh'.ly ami proclaim ti> tin* }>•(i;.l ■ uvcti in hijh ji'mm thai w urc Hiiiij-h suhj ^t-i, ultliotl^h located in I'M i>, ai.d Hint ,i:y> in lie tft-iily gulled or hutii liy ,« i-Ai^-r, u&g...

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From the Argus, November 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

From the Argut, Xornabir '2nd. The question of the r.-lative alv.uit.i'jc. of ! ]a%'o ami small f inning is one mi which tUn , highest authorities have agivrd !o ditler. 1 Its conditions are su'jeet to so mi:iy vari-nioiis, ■ that ;i general .solution is ]> 'liiaos never to l>e i s- j pectud. The experience of one country wiil lie! of very little u.sa in <lcci'liii^ the practice of a- I nothcr. ly,it'll side of the controversy reckons as j many failures a> triiinphs. To tli«' J-> ist Riding fanner, who cultivates lii» thousand aire- in a ring-fence with the precision and be.i'ity of a science, is oppo-ed the Tuscan mitii/er, who v<-^- [ ctates upiu his three acre-; and is ha;i;>y. Fori the small firm which is a triumph of productive ' economy in lioll.ind, there is the small firm I in Kerry, which is a marvel of unthrift and reck- i less misapplication of labour. The problem is ! one into which a thousand disturbing agents I enter, anil the s...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind S.E., weather fine. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

( gfutrniQtna. | 1'OltT OK ILDKN, TWOFOLD HAY. S.E., weather fine. Awmvai.s, Psovcmber 5—Se~er», sehower. J. .irttvue^on, i \ i tim», ft' 'in Newca tie, wtiidbound. NovembiT0—sc-linonpr, S. litis*, II!i t li-, fr»n wciUittr, windliound. November 6—"\Vnng.i Wni:^a, simmer, Walki-r, from Mi'llvmnv. lVsergers 2. j November C—I'i neir, sclio'iner, 86 ton--, J. ])u!ati, fro.n McllMirm; via Cur- I ner Intit. Pa«seiiirciB cabin—| Cupt. T.C. Thomas, Mrs. Thomas, i Miss Thomas 3 children mid two servant*. November 7—Mary Ann, schooner, J. P. Grefrp, 137 toil", from Newcastle, wind hound. November 7—Sneers*, barque, J, McEIIe<.ter, i 288 ton», from Newcastle, wind- ; bound, j Dl.PAHTUlniS. November 6—KlVn. schooner, J. Nicholson, for Sydney ; 10 passengers. Novembsr 7—Vorgu Woujja, stemiier, Walker, lor Svcney ; 6 pas-engers. Impkiits. Pioneer, from Mi Ihourne—20 hliris ale, 3 hlids j brandy, 5 qr ca>ks sheirv, II. B. Wil-on ; 1 hhd j rum, 1 do brandy, 10 casts d 19 eases whiske...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney &Merimbula rpiIF, Fir.-<t-cle.s.s Steam Packets of tlie I. S. X. JL Co. will hereafter ply as follows :— Froin Svd\i:y Every MOXDAY NIGHT nt 11 o'Cloi-l;. From Mkhimbvi.a On "N EDXESDAY Mornings, at 8 o'Clock, l'ha r.ix Wharf, Sydney, 2!Kh Sept. c j35jh> IjURSr SI HI' for the FERRrARY SALES . ..RERDEEX LINE of CLIPPERS. Fur LONDON, Direct, To sail positively Novi inf'L'i- (I, The new Aberdeen Clipper-built Ship, ST It A T II DO X, A I tfl years, l.ttU toy.-, (h i- M-iti-tt - JAMES Commander. This noble vessel was luiilt expiesslv for the Australian trade, liy Walter llond mid Company. and (onus one of the ju-tly-cclelirate.l line of Alierdeeii clippers OWlle.l IIV Mosul's, tienl'^c Thompson, juuioi-, mid Comp.mv, of London, ol which The Moravian. ('apt. Edward, '1 lie Omar Pasha, Ca|it. Tlioiii-on. And (ht- Maid ol Jnil.il:, Capt. Mitchell, , liav. ahead\ hccuiuiUvmnahlvLikinvii at thi-port. TI.,- Sirathd i:i is now lying aliinHd.- the Wj| ...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

Arrival and Departure of Mati.s. The Postal nri-anjeincnts at the Eden Post I Office are as follow :— 1'iie Mails AnitirG, ] From Bomb.vla and Cooma, every Sundny, j 3 p.m. Toe MitlsClom, For Sydxky.—Via Nelligen, Bo»a, ranliu!a,and Merimbula, Every Friday and Monday,!) p.m. and per steame r, to-night. For Bombala, Cooma, every Tuesdar, 3 p.m. For Melboukne.—ny tne Steamer, on or nuou Sunday next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 9 November 1860

SALES BY AUCTION. This Day, l\v K. T. Gill»ei-t & Co. at Rixon's Iiotcl, bay mare, cart aud harness.

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