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DISMISSAL OF TURCHAIN FROM THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

DISMISSAL OF TDBCRAIN FBOU THE ABMY. The speriol correspondent of tlie Times writes as follows, Iron New York, on the 12 It of Augw : — ' A savage spirit seems to be taking posses sion of that portion of the Northern people whu still indulge in the vain dream of Southern suljsgjaiion. These peojie not only approve every illegal and anconntiuiional act that the President and his Secretaries commit, or au. thorite, bat they bellow lustily Icr confiscation and the gallows, for the mildest forms of wba they consider treason. The/ support and admire Batlrr. Tuey ntvefiuth to Pope — ui because 'zt is trucoleut and vain-glorious. They ihisk B'enker a good General, because he allowed fab soldiers to pillage. They effect U consider the charges against General MUchelaud Cdhnel Turchainto be purely malicious, though Ttircbai* has verg propnly bee* diniue&fnn the army. Tliey inveigh against H'Clellan because be is humane, and respects both the letter and the spirit of the Constitution. ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DREADING OF FARM STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

THE BREADING OF FABH STOCK. In the boll, the head shcald fee well set ?pon a broad, deep, muscoUr neck, having the horns short, and not too bright, the ears long, and situated near to (he head, the inside skin fasviag ao orange tint; the forehead should be broad at this point, with a some a hat concave appearance between ibeeves. the eyes themselves large, mild, lustrous, and prominent. The butcliet knows if be finds the eye* of the dlf protuberant, and, by ele. valing the eyelids, sees fat underneath, that the protuberance is caused by fat ia the socket ; and if it be found in qoautity here, it is a fair critetioa that It is well diffused in more important i«iots, Afi ue firth-coloured muxile. with mitrils well-diiatea; the neck, as sajdbefoie, brad, de*p, and auuculsr; the shoulder blidrs well set toward the ribs behind, and stretching backwards to the hook bot^tjotftolctTeDOTerywidasptMthera; The breadth between the ' book bones ' should be proportionate to the length from them t...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANOTHER MAIL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

ANOTHER MAIL BOBBERY. (From the Maitland Mercury.) Information was received in town, between four and five o'clnrk on. Sunday afternoon, by Superintendent M'Lirie, that *nott*r mail robbery had taken place on ihe Great ^Northern Road. From our coi respondent's telegram, which will he found elsewhere, and from in formation kindly communicated fay Sergeant Bsllp, it appears that on Sunday morning tlie Tamwnrih and up-country mail had reached a place called Kangaroo Flat, between eiehi hpH ten ('clock, on Sunday morning, when (he driv. r was hniM op, and the mail hues ransirkfri — £140 in notes being extracted therefrom. Mi. Samuel Turner, publican at Brerza, seems to have been passim; at the lime in his own buggy ; tie tobberstook him, wiih the mail driver, and lied them both to a tree, taking from Mr. Turner the sum of £12 in notes, and a fold watch an-1 chain. On the arrival of the down mail to Hftriruiundi, Smith, the driver, was also slopped,. the bags oflioih.inails being cut ope...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Minnie Gray. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

ntnnle dray. The morning sun rose glowing, with bright eSulgent beam, And fragrant flowers were blooming by the Snowy Siverstram; Working in the meadow, 'mid the new mows hay, Singing as aweet as sir-lark, then, stood Minnie fltay. Singing in the hay Bold, one bright sammer's day. First I saw my dearie, my -bonme Hrania Gray. Beaeat}] her bat fell streaming, waving onoontned, Her flaxen tresses gleaming, woo'd by tbe wanton wind; i Her son-burnt cheeks ware rosss,riped by the sun's bngbtrsj. When the breath rfwght reposes, on their hps a* optnmgday. ' ^ Singing in the meadows, gathering op the hay, First I saw my deane, my bonmcMnmie Gray. Tbe cilkeB carotins doodad, her tine eyes flashing As twin-stars hsWenanrouded 'cud thefleecy -ioud» of night} * - . ' Her mouth k was a rosebod, the wnrfs had freshly riven, With a «nale«r'channin|t girlhood, stole from the skits of Beaten. Singing in the meadow, lair as flower of Hay, Fini I met my dearie, my bourne Uinnie Gray. SorroK's blast m...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Lyrics. THE WIND AND THE FLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

Australian Lyrics. .? ? ; THE WIND AND THE FLOWER. Tbe amorous wind to the cachu flower, ? . Stole forth at -alm noon of night, ijore*s tale to tdl in the orange bower, At she ope'd her eyes so bright. The stars on their golden thrones of light, From Heaven's azure vault looked down, To witness the plight, on the silent night, Of twofcearts love had made her own. *? With ms srings listening, owning love's power, Zephyr stole noiseless at nights silent hour, Whispering, whispering through the green bower, Waketbecmybeaits queen, nights beautiful flower. The'rsMS «nd lilies are hushed in sleep, Bedinrae on folded wing, lntbemmleabousbs— oh! baste thee to keep, Loves bridal, ni life's bright spring. To light thy war- frosa bough and spray Swiftly darting in sportive dance; In gallant array, with lamps so cav. Will the lire flies flashing glance. With his wings, Ac. Arrayed in her robe of chrystaHine As pure as the frosted snow, With an emerald scarf like the foaming brine, - - Enwreath...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Trade Report. OGAMA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

feb -feefd 30OHA. EETAIL PRICES CtTBBKNT. Gate. Jfcfiper bushel. Vain, 111 Pollard Ss. -H per inshel Bnm,l«M ditto of »lbi. . Her. tn (on lOto £11. Cheese, lid per lb; Butter, nominal „. Bwon.OolonW.Jd^tto. Ham, ditto nominal. . : Vanilla Bnrie, Is M. t ' Blsculti, Fancy, Ss ditto. . »„. picklesT Pints, best brands. Is. M. per bottle. Tm.it-, ditto, la ditto. ? Jims, ditto to ditto. . .„, JCw*i«H. Coleman'8 i^ta, U t»t botOe. Dalri Oil. * pinta. l«i pints, Is M ditto Ov*t-n,14b.. 1*6d inSKS, !-, Salmon, ditto. Ssto BaWniMid Currant*, M per lth Starch, Onlrann'i, lod ditto Oatm«18a ditto. -t Tra. best Haek,Ss6d ditto. Coffee, Is M ditto. Sine. Is User ib. ci Otndln, Beimonto, *s, other brands H. «d Woe,]3tns.4-li-erlb. Salt, M. fine 4d ditto. Tobacco. «» to 10s. I^.'ufeoMpWlb..to»f,n* ^^ Mauritus.SdtoJddW »y^^W&l«, lu,ua*-tlei,« teallons. ?Rum.MO.P.Sl;. Tort Wine, nod, 18s ditto. ?Starry, rood, 17» ditto. ? Ale and Tarter. Sis Od per doren. Slafikete, tOstoKt according to qua...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Minstrels Lament.PORT OF FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

Tlie Minstrels Lament. Sorrowing the rstt- of i?rin Blumhcrs, Whpn Id freedom light anS song ; TTill its chorda in joyous number*, Wale to cheer the Teethe throng. Alas, the Minrtrd'f'Voi™ is mute, Silent he eazes o'er the sea.. TTnrtrung bis harp, untouched hit lutr, His prayers — liis day dream's bat for thee. Klin, Erin — when will thy (mile Lighten With gladness, thV gruf-atricKen isle. ' The galley (hive who d«lv toils, Betimes will sing while at the oar, For hope alill lives and still beguil-», Troth, soon thy grief will all be o'er, Bnt when did ever mnshine break Or hope's flower bloom to bright or gild Thy night of sorrow, or to wake, One heart to joy, despair bad filled. Erin, Erin, &c Tears of suffering, grief and pain, Persecuted to the grave, East thou worn griefs canVering chain, Fettered, bound oppressions slave. God. of mercy thou hast gathered. All her tears in sorrow shed, Thou hast heard, the (roamnes attend From each famine-stricken bed. Erin, Erin, 4c Ea...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOMBALA MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

'BOMBALA MABKET PEtCKS. Dotli theMOls quote Bimr at £10, Orinding, S«. »er bushel, Potato^ £4 on- ton, H«v, £4 per ton, 'Wheat, 6s. per tunnel, flata, 6s. prt bushel, - Butter, Is.nerlb. Cheew.M ditto. Omserln, and Store goods, a shade over Sydney Bombala Tannerr— ♦We, In. to Is Id. per lb_ KCp,i,gttolgiM-UUa. . Tlnm«..U.M. ditto, Hi**. 6n.eai*. {StM. Defecate, £3 IS*, per oi. -*rrt»w. to Eden or Kerrimmua, £6 per ton, Tat Cattle, £4 per head.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

ADVANCE /yjfijffiKk. COOMA ATxatralian Cirick^t Clnh. NOTICE. — The usual Monthly General Meeting wfll be held at Mr. J. F.Cripps, Australian Arms Inn, on TUESDAY EVENING, November 4th, at 8 o'clock pan. General 'Business. — Members are requested to attend. BENJAMIN DeLISSA, 31 . Hen. Secretary. Wanted, WANTED TO PURCHASE Good Oaten Hay, 8 or 10 Tons, delivered in Cooma. Apply to ? .?'.'? 31-32 WILLIAM MOBTON. ' ? ' . ' Irfist. (\BE BAT MARE, branded TE off shoulder \J and neck, blase down face, off hind foot white. All parties are cautioned against using her. 31-38. T. WHITE. For Sale. AFIEST-BATE SPRING CAST, with Tilt and set of Harness. Terms moderate. Apply to .?'..'? , GEOKGE SLOCOMBE, Grazier's , Arms, 31 ? ?:? ¥ Cooma. ' '. Wotlce. 'TTTHEBEAS ELIZA GKOVES, who has ? T T ?rorabmetinw back ahowu symptoms of insanity, left her home without cause or provoca tion, tW undersigned hereby cantions storekeekers and others' thsi he will not hold himself responsi ble for any debts cont...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

QUEANBETAN MARKET. Tlour.ner ton, fine £!0; seconds, £19; rations £81. 'Wheat, per rnislwl, t- ti. to 7a. 'Bran, -fiwn 1 8. ' fid . 'Mai«e,from Gs/to 7s. Harlev. from 4s. ti -s. «d. Ostn, from fin. to 7b. *H. , ~ HnT.pertoti, £6. tn»=T. .** Bntlfr, (suit) from Is. U- ' «ieese,6d.to»d. 'Rnjon. from 5d. to ta. T!-re*, from Is. M. TPofettiw, p^cr. '5«. Tut Ca«le £4 II*. to £S 10%. -Phw-li.lS*.-toSO«. rerhead; TIM'S; 4».«* to *«. meh. - ?Tulimr. w ton. £M to £JO.,Torgo«a ea^ lea. ? TjilTwEllSx.lwrhwia. Tiea.« to SI. tier pound. ?fqw~n*Wrt«,45at/-fid1h. ?CarrW.-iVton.Syuiieyto'Qo.eanbeya £7 IDs . to £9. ?Quecuflwvan to Cooma, £3 lOs.to £4. ?QUOTATIONS AT THE MILLS Tine flour. CM. Seconds £19. -Ration*. «M per ton Bmti1« W. Whearfe.84.to 7s. Pollard Is.-W. Orindimrls. Od.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

?GOCX.BTJBH' WH0LK8ALE PJMCES ?CURRENT. Whe*t,«s.W. to 7s 0d« bushel. Hour, fine, £Jl * ton ; seconds, £M. Pollard,*..* bound, Bran.ts.'Vimakei. - Thru*. «-? Mb loaf. Maitcfsperpnahel. BaHw.fc. to M. Od. ? bushel . O«t8,7..rn8«0dr*rr.us»el. fT v, £100a to £11 B ton. Mutter, freah.ls.M. to 1%, 01. ? lb. salt, la. id. Cho'vr, 4M to SI : mane. Bvn.eato7-l»lb. 'B«»5-.0s.S1.»ilwn. SMttoes. £3 to £S 10s. V ton. Tmfons. eearee. Sheep. Us. to 17b. * head (a few (rood wanted) Ptas,M.to4d. *-lb. Talhnr. £M to CSS ? ton. Hide*. 4^. to 94 each. 8heepsUi»,4d.to fid. * lb according to Sydney market. Carriage w- ton— Sydney to Gonlburn, £4 10s, £9; Oonlbnrn to Sydney, nominal; Ooulbum to Lambing Flat, £6 Oonlbnrn, to Addong,Ji7 10s; Gouburntotbebehlin £8 to £10; Goulbum to Tunrat, £7 10a.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Leasing Land on Monaro. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

Ijeasine Land cm filonaro. For some considerable time it has been 'n dcubt whether Free Selectors, or parties holding small portions of land in fee simple, could under the new Occupation Act lease a section for graizing pur poses. Tho following is sufficiently definite, and elioyijs thai ihe«-iglit«unqtteirliori«Hy d«cs exist, »ud ? that parties requiring it may lease land the same as though they were residents of one of the First Class Settled Districts :— 'Sydney, October 82. 'In reply to jours of the 3rd instant, I have to say that in the opinion of the Chief Commissioner of Crown Lands holders of land in foe simple, wh« the acquired prior or subsequent to the passing of the new Jaws, hare a right to lease land to three times the extent of their freehold in the Firat and Second Class Settled Districts, and Monaro is of the latter class. 'The 16th clause of the Occupation Act gives holders of land in foe supple in Second Class Settled Districts the same pre-emptive right to lease ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDEN CALENDAR—OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

GARDEN OALENUAB— OCTOBER. Pm».— Bow mata,nuT]et, pumpkins, waterand other radons. Plant potatoes.1 Sow tobaew in teed beds, and protect IrojMrost with boughs fee. : water 9 iiu ? ; . fill ? [MFmHiIiIHI ? Ill II !?! llllls, III! irill |llsilllll|| (FerdireeWnaawAanst.) Sow ewwdlBhtnrnlp, carrot, beet, mangold-wnrad, Ac Top dress pastures. Cotton nnst be soiree Iron w*eA*,eiir&» soil knaec; art the enperihoaa riuota thinned pat. Vanrus^Loosen. surfMe soil, -keep down weeds, replaee stakes where rpjnired, apd destroy caterpillars and * otherinseets. O«ch*mi.— Weed and keep thesarfaonotl loosened. Cat aaperfliuaa ftsit from peadf, metarisA apriost, ptem, cherry, t3d other HmmctfruittMes. Oommrnot gathering cherries, goosbedes, enrrante, and early plums as they ripen; and protect them front hods. Commence to prune and thin ant orange trees. Xncra Gupnr^-For late crop, sow peas, cabbage lettuoa, cak-n^ radish, carrot, tareiftparsoin, pompUns, melon*, fii||^l''*i parsley, oelery, m...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Metropolitana. Sydney, 23 October. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

Hetropolitana. [took otrE own cobbssposdest.] Sydney, 23 October. The Mail Steamer left the Harbour yesterday at 2 p.m. Mr. Wentworth went quietly on board, a ehort time rprevioualy j no public demonstration taking place, at his own express desire. Good taste. Many of his friends went on board to bid him good bye, among them Cowper, Robertson, and Arnold. He said that be contemplated re turning in two years or so. Dr. Lang yajtejiaT published in the Empire & long letter^ddrlaised. J? the Editors of the Bo^Aiw and Zto/2WffT^p*, and the Edinburgh Seotekmtm. It u an attack on Mr. Wcatworth'a character,' personal and political, and displays the consummate yHHfor of BOlinsgate for which the rererend gentleman, is distinguished. Tie professed object of this essay is, to vindicate the Colony *rom the 'foul aspersions'' and the u fljfftn^irai1 cauunny*' which bavebaen heaped upon it by the^hoary slanderer1' who is nowjearingour dunes, and whom ' all the toadyism and fiunkeyism' of t...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

_ THE ^^** *~~' ?Crossing, Bunyan, IJSSffioey^ll^rfeS!!^.'..!' ?Goulbum, besides being extensively circulated over «he whole colony. '. UidtfB OP BUBSOEIPIION : £»*dvaaa%Be. ; on credit, 7s. per quarter. The .quarter terminates on 30lh June, 30th Sep ? teniber, 81st December, and 31st March. /Subscribers desirous of resigning this journal ?will have to forward their iesignstion (together ?with all arrears) direct to the. Office at least four iteen dear daya before the expiration of each ..;?. ?quarter. '? tSBMS OP ADTEEMBIKO : Twolinea of apace ? '. ? 1 0 ? ' Ftmr ditto ? 2 0 .-Six ditto ? 2 6 Eight lines,' or one inch ? 3 0 Every additional inch Isf6d each insertion. L Single -column — 25s, 20s., 15a., and 10s. each, A ^0r 1,«, IX, and 2C insertions. Yl ~~ In tfeVftsenoeofwntten instruction -to the con F*y ' trary, advertisements TrflHw inserted until counter , A -manded. All orders for withdrawal must be sent / -to' the Office iu writing before 12 o'clock on. / Wednesday evening S...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

? linjtotinded. At' Cooma frojn i-JpouW6-i, 10th October, tretpusing and dnym*2s.*i each :— Black horse, white feet, about 15t hands higli, star and snip, saddle marked, pulled tau, about 7 yean old, like MS nearBhouldert;' brown gelding, hobble straps, lie TW off ahoulder,' star on forehead. If not j. released will be sold on 6th November. Krom the Green Hills, on the 22nd October. Trespass and driving, 2s 6d each ; entires, £3 :? - Bay horse, black points, white spot* off shoulder and back, about 15 hands high, like DT near shoulderj grey entire, IS near shoulder! bsy filly, 2 ?tar and snip, like HO conjoined off shoulder': black mare, off hind foot white, etai1 iu forehead, like SK near shoulder, like 8 near cheek; bay horse foal, unbrarided.' If not released will be sold on the 15th November, 1862. At Braidwood on the 11th October, from Bt Omer, byJ.W. Bunn, Esq; damages:— Entire £1 10s. others 6s. s iron grey filly, white fcce, off hind foot white, 2 years old, CW near shoulder...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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"Hurrah for the New Police." [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

* Hurrah for the New Police.1* Under the Bgniture of 'Justitia' the following appean in the Gotdeu Age :— I intended in thit iMter to bring under yonr notice the fiust that a great many robberies are committed within ox Ulu of the police station of Jinsera, and the police otthatplaaihaveneverbeenonMolonKlo; but in s^St, it ia reported here that one of the pajioe spends ! ^^tmth.ofhisaay,aad»ughlsincompanywifli ! tVnotoriouiMrt.J.«fJingera,and that another #t--m b eoortmK tteridert daughter of On had | refer Thomas, a half caste, was on Tuesday last committed to the Braidwood gaol for three montlis by 4he Araluen Bench, for illegally riding a mare the property of Joseph George, of Moruya. The Caecoab Mail Robbebt.— The Lachlan Miner gives the following further particulars of the robbery of the mail, between Cown and Oar coar. rhe«rrast of the robber bat been already reported: — On Thursday eremng intelligence » reached town that the mau, which left Forbes Jpr the metropolis, had been...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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MONEY BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

hose? bum. - ? Osi of the leading questions in the constitutional history of England is that which relates to the power claimed by the House of Lords in dealing vita Money Bills. The eeaertioifc of that power gave rite to frequent collisions between the two Homes; for such assertions were invariably looted upon by toe Commons as usurpations of privilege. The Lords, however, hare never formally given up iheir pretended power, though they bare forborne to exercise it, for the take of policy. There can not be die leut doubt in the mind of any person acquainted with constitutional law, that no each power is, or ever has been, Tested in the House of Lords. Undoubtedly, there is no Act of Parlia ment which declare* that the imposition of taxes rente solely ana entirely with the Commons, and that the Lords hare no power to deal with such questions : but if the common law may be quoted at an authority in any case, it may must explicitly be quoted in tins. Tbs fundamental, jbebine of ? onr r...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

Weekly Calendar. Monti,. Day &' ^fiT 'ti** V Oct. 31 Friday 6 4 6 22 B ' Hot. 1 Saturday 5 8 6 22 9 2 Sunday * S 6 28 ' 10' 3 Monday 6 1 6 81 11 4 Tuesday 6 1 6 26 lft ' 6 Wednsdy 5 0 6 26 18 6 Thursday 4 69 6 27 1% lull moon at 68 nxp. 10 p.m. on Die 6th proximo. MOtf ABO MERCURf, AWB O00KA AltS fcOKBALi. ASTXBUBBS. COOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1862.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 31 October 1862

importsWH^ 16 canes sundries, 1 do. since, 3 do. nO, 1 do. gnus, 1 do. booU, 1 do. aaddlerCfU bags sugar, 1 box muscatels, & do., moulds, 6 do. tea, S do. sperms, S trunks boots^ ' $ cask Tinegar, 1 cask biscuits, 1 do, currants, I keg tobacco, 1 bale tweed, 1 bundle handles, 8.1 boards 1 inch pine, «S boards dear pine, *6 cedar boards, 1X40 feet, 8. Kerry', 1 cask brandy, 3 casks ale, leases gin, 1 do. champagne, 1 do. sundries, Kyh; 1 keg whiskey, 2 casks ale, J cask mm; {do. sherry,} as. port, 1 »d. lider, 2 cases ale, I do. TOKlrie^ldo.coffee,5do.ooionial wine, 1 do. pickles, 1 do. champagne, t it. brandy, Badgerf; 1 cases oil, 1 So. drapery, 1 do. canjlea, ) keg ooloniai tobacco, 1 package do.. Heritage ; 28 bags sugar, 4! ban iron,6 plough wings,' IJ dray boxes, «kegs white bad, 4 do. nails,! do. paint, 3. do. turps, Jdo. oil, I cask whittling, I parcel, Page; I cask1 Mmdtf«,z do. curraats, 63 nuts sugar, 4caseseundries, 1 do. oO, lehesuti do. tea, II baga salt, 1 bund...

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