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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

; jCQMjRESpQa/BJSWGE.i '..?: [iT-must Jie'distinctljr understood we ' do not%bia ourselves ' *esppniiu-]£ for Uie opinion^ pf , our ,doritsDopdents. ! This ? column is open to all whoohoose to avail themselves of it. provided, their eommunioatidiiB' contain thfe 'signature and ? address of the writer, not for -publication, Jmt merely «s a ? guarantee of good fciax.] ' ? *'.-.!' /»»?»?, ' ..fotteEtotofof the Munnrotfercwrg.) SnV-Mav I ask, through thecolumriB'of ybm journal.'' tow tongflooma. i6 to remain without a daily mail ? I will venture to say that no one knows, and furthermore that DUtveryiewcarei ???' . '? ?? i ??? ? : ? . i Now, is this the Btete pf things that shonld exist ! Are we to permit a thick cloud of apathy to hang over tis While ' other country towns are const mtiy ion the alert to seouw ill the advantages possible? Many years ago. .when «ueanbeyffn was a^plaoeiof far less importance thin Oootna ' is at present, jt had a daily mail, and has it stUl. Qoul mrn, too, ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

GOYEBNMENT LAND SALES. ' Department of lands, : ? . ? ? Sydney, January 29, 1869. In nursuance of tile provisions, of ' The Orbwh limds Alienation Act of 1801,' I, tne Minater for lands, do hereby notify that the following lots ot land will be ottered for sale by public auction at the undermentioned place, at 11 o'clock on the day specified, at Che upset prioe Mffixed W each lot respectively; (Deposit, 25 percent.) .' ? ? ?WIIXJAM FOBSTEE. : AT THE POLICE OFFICE, COOMA, ON MONDAY, MAEOH 15, 1868. -Countst tors. County tif .Wallace. , , tot A, portion 13, 40 acres, parish of ,Townsend, on Uw right baniof KuoumbeneBiver, about lot a toUe.abbve and below Byrie's 161 acres at Kallote, eaclusive ot a toad 1 chain wide Selected pyJ.Jardine ? . Lot Bt portion 14,-CO ™*»,'^-*S« ? road i^aul wide, adjoining lot A Seleoved by Wm. Kyne LotO°»oraonei|^ea-«Si parish of Coplamatong, on the . letttankrt'^a Greek, opposite J. Cami.beU'» *i? aciw. . Forfeited by Thomas Lyncn lor npn-payp»ent of appi...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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COOMA QUARTER SESSIONS. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

COOMA QUARTER SESSIONS. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1869.   The Court of Quarter Sessions for the police districts of Cooma and Bombala was duly opened at the Court-house Cooma, on Friday last, by his Honor Mr. District Judge Macfarland. .               - . Mr. Bogers appeared as Crown Prosecutor, and the legal gentlemen present were Messrs. B. Lipscomb, of Cooma, and E. H. Lenthall. The jury list was -called by Mr. Nathan, Clerk ol the Peace, and' Messrs: J. D. Welch, J. Watkins, and J. Clifford fined £2 each for non-attendance. Mr. 'Welch subsequently appeared in Court, and stated that he had been unable to arrive in Cooma in time, to answer his name; his Honor therefore remitted the fine. In the case of Mr. Clifford, MrTCatimn stated he hadtecelved a letter of excuse from Mr. Clifford, pleading that in consequence of -important; business to attend to : hi Sydney, he could not attend the C...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXTRACT FROM THE REPORT Off ANEW SYSTEM OF SHOEING HOUSES.—M. CHARLILER'S SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

EXTEAQTf HOMTHE.SEPORTOU ANEW StSTEH OF, SHOEINa HOESES.— M. CHARLtEKS SYSTEM. . . BY CaPIjUN CoCkEEEtli. Tb'E cases of horses' shoes shown et the Inter* national Exhibition were' not very numerous. One in the Prussian section; two in the English, and one in (he French constituted the entire exhibit. Nor, with the exception of the las', did these cases contain anything very new or interesting 1 will, therefore, at nnna nnen t*t ilia nwnwi ? .« «*! am j.T 11^* ' ^11. ? 1!_ . k system, as being Tfche on'y one displsyiiig any striking noveliy. and the onlV'one that was brought prominently before the jury of. class seventy-five. . , . Before entering into a description of tins method oF shoeing, it is necessary to under, ?stand t'he gronnds upon whiih M-. Charhct bases bis theory. They are as foiiotcsc — A horse in its natural state is unsound. Placed by roan io perform unnatural work upon artificial roads, it becomes necessary in order to prevent the hoof from being injured, to puitect...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

DISSOLUTION OF PAltLTAMEffT. A few yea rs ago, when Mr. Lucas, in an elaborate speech, criticised tbe administra tion of _ tbe Railway -Department, he was humorously -charged i-y Sydney Punch with committing ** political suicide j'.. and a sensational engraving 'represented the ' unfortunate gentleman' lying on bis back upon tbe railwav in frpn», of an ad vancing train. Although Mr. Arnold, on j that occasion, made so able a defence of the Department as to induce the House to reject Mr. Lucas' motion, we do wot tbink that gentleman at all laid himself open to tbe ridicole of tbe satirist. On the con trary, be came out of the discussion witb the credit of having fearlessly and dili-: gently striven in behalf of tbe public in terest. But Mr. Lucas is now persuading tbe Legislative Assembly to commit the very offence ? which was charged against him. Tbe first of tbe resolutions which be brought forward invited the, House tri de clare its opinion to be 'that the public j interests imper...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY STREET CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

Sydney street charaotebs. 1 UK-raecorioal inRtctT arid cigar man, who; as *»n expedient to !*o1|ect ?' a $fiwd? com mefrcos l a 'sppecli into^tfhj^h '.fte .'craftily: Hitro'luces wrnewell known poihipalinaHer, is cerVathty a genius in his way. He has tbfi kqack of commencing un oration and continually interrupting it wben, in the «xpctatioo or nig bearer?, the fiulmmatiog point of his. .eloquence is about .to be rPBfiljed, by,. a rVf-rence to; bis basket of 'weWjfl' and 'vestas.' Finally, having, talked all the poppers out of bis. auditor's pncLe'ts — at least, all that be thinks are, likely to bo extracted— be departs, and' never .fiiiishes his oration «t «ij. His. favourite speech is one which certainly ' possesses the merit of simplicity, being n bold assertion that, as every man is eutitled ? to the pnvile^ofoApu^iuK TtfiWifiuJifc, he believes that be has « title to ei press his. However, as ; to what bis sentiments are wi'h reference to matters in general. .or to anything in pa...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

NOTICE. V \ -LL TEBSONS INDEBTED to the Under XXfl.«ipned,v«B also those Vhose socountg have remained unsettled for over two years, ore requested to«ttlethepwitbout delay. ., : - . , 'Outstanding ' Apeounts, not paid within, one month tromrthiB date will oe plaoe& in the hands of, a Solicitor for reoovetyv ' ? -; - ???? ' -'-;- AtJGCTST SCBXTCK, Niaimo Saw MilL March 17, 1869. TIEriiTTBD % «rE»BEAl. SEEYAirT.-i. ?;yy|App}y.to -??& ,-:V ? - . ? ? gf * ?-?;,. ? G.M. STYLES, ' .;.,.. .-, Uommercial Bank, , (, ^fpl» JS, lgOT. Cooma. Department of Public Works, ' M1: -i '?;? Sydney, March 4, 1869. Roaids, JBden iMstript. mENDERS will be received at this Offioe until X , Uo'olooli on TUESDAY, the 6th day of APRIL, from persons willing to CONTRACT for the following WOEKS, viz. :— THe Bombala to Eden Road. ;i-69— Eden Division. 2-69— Panbuja Division. 3-69 — Honeysuckle Division. 4-69— Cathoart Division. ? ? Cathcart to Merimbula. 1-69 — Tantawanealo Deviation. 2-69— Merimbu...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

: SYJbKET STOCK EBPOMT. Goldsbrocsh, BtjHT, inoOo.— Fat Cattle: A fuller unpply this week; prices rather easier; prime heavy weight bullocks worth £6 10s to £7 IDs. Calves: In good supply, ?worth 12s «d to 25s. Fat Sheep: Market heavily stocked, ' anything below prime quality, hard to sell, and best qiality wethers are not worth this week more man Bs 6d. we do not apprehend more than a. temporary depression; and as the large quantity of inferior sheep now close to hand will soon disappear, prices will again advance.. Our sales this week number in all 2000 head, in various lots, at market rates— cayCsBd to8s6d. Fat Lambs: Full supply. We have Sold about 100,- from 5s to 13s each. .Store Stock: Numerous enquiries for store cattle, which can be readily sold at good rates. H. and F. Wsavbk report having sold the Beedy Creek station, in the Gwydir district, with 9000 head of cattte, at £4 2s 6d per head for all delivered, and £2 per 'head for all cattle not delivered short of that number...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. Thb wool sales he!d^bait*^aigB.decwftse inthequantity ottered, lliere were rery tew *importa}b.t'lota on the cata Io|ue8i /oni tbe' transactions 'which; took glace .showed; no change in the market. Scoured realised from lOJd to wjd j n'eece,'l8id to' |Sj4 )i greasy,! Si4 Hi) (TJd* ^hBepsMns.Sd to 4Jd;pelto,.»d toafl; o ? ,'. ;;-?,.:.., .,.-...?.. ...a /'; Most akd Co.— ASS, l^greasy^t 6|d, looks at 3d; ASi- over Bruindi, H washed^ocks at t^ii Ji-7- greasy it 6d ; Mfei tO flojurfeda&iiMi. iNioraraJ&Wv B3; fleece at 14M, locks End broken^ at BMicUppings at 7d ; Twofold Bay, 16 preasy at Sd; F. and Jr. Bigge, 11 scoured atlOld; Wallah ;3:ftM9H-tn0, 8«t 18Jd;MS, 34fleeoeat41d ; M'Ewen! ratl2d; and 3J bales5nsn3alllots.-;-Sheepskinereali8ea 3d u-3&'J:m£.--LDLJl. :UJ*. ?? .:'(?/ ; v- ..--. mivin ksu j-uknkb. — o w, o Dales greasy, atejd, 3 fleece at llidj;A8,fl at lldi Morbella, 16 sooured at 19M;3ditto (thlral) A l«d ; 3CfS fleece afsjd j hat or...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. SYDNEY, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. (Through Greville and (%-., Telegrammists.J SYDNEY, Thursday Evening. A pdbhc meeting ot jar. iienry farkes' mends was held on Tuesday evening to consider the advisability of making a public recognition of He services he has rendered to the colony. At the. meeting a resotntioa was proposed, seconded, and carried that subscriptions be collected to purohase an estate for Mr. Henry PaTfees, liX A. in the Assembly, on the Newspaper Stamp UosBage, Sir James Martin's resolution was net out the urevious question having been carried. His Boyal HighnesB the Duke of Edinburgh moves abon4 freely. He has visited many parts of the city in private. The picnio in Sydney on St. Patrick's Day, got np by the Sons of St. Patrick,1 wan « splendid success. Sir T. A. Murray presided over the affair. Among those present wcrer-Sir William Manning, Hon. E. Owen, M.L.G.,Hon 3. Eobertson, M.L.A., Hon. W. Fprster, M.L.A., Hon. J. F.I osephBon, M.L. A., D. Egan, M.L.A., and 3. Sutherlan...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

... ...MEL^OURlfE STOCK REPOUT, DAfcrfiHOT CAiiPBELl X--d Co.— report prime beef at 25s per ICOlbs, and 5G 1b. wethers at 12s 6d.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

LATEST TELEGRAMS. '. BreKSt. — Mr. Farkes will probably move in the Assembly, on Wednesday evenug, that the message from huExceUenoy the Governor in reply to the address in reference to the Newspaper Postage Act, is irregular and wisatififMtoiy.— The offloeracf the Galatea are getting apatheatre^on board. Althurst's burleeijue of the Siege of Troy is firsj to be per fpnaei. before the vessel leaves Sydney.— The Supreme Oourt has directed that the non-suit of f ante,' a London shaieeroker, in Pawle c. Eeed; dull 'be set aside, and that there shall be a new trial. Sir Alfred 'Stephen, who first son-suited the plaintiff,' dissented from the judgment of the ?other Judges, Faucett and Hargrave.— John Kerr, of Bathurst, builder, is insolvent. Liabilities, £32B' ISs.; Assets, £285 7s. 7d.— A public meeting was to be hold last Wednesday -to consider the advisability of presenting' Mr. Pdikes with a testimonial, and inviting tho Prince to Olontarf on Easter Monday.— l'he Countess of Belmore ...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

''S'TDTTEY PRODUCE MARtEK No change to report in the wheat, flour, at produce prices current. ' ',-.-' ; : . . ? ? , ? The import markets snow signs of improvement, and a fair amount of business was transacted. There is'a move ment id teas,, several larse parcels have changed hands on. private terms. wA the market has assumed a firmer: tone. Good samples :6f .currants are being purchased very h-cely-i sales were made at SJd.to Sfd for trade parcels ; these prices are not remunerative ito importers, and it is possible that thiR fruit has touched its lowest limit. Sugars are without change, either in demand or price. A fine bright sample of veHow counter from -Mr, Meares's plantation— the firwt of this season's crop— was sold at Messrs. Stubba and Co.'s sale for £36 10s per ton, and 'treacle at £12: Otard's bulk brandy realised £s,7d;.. case ditto. ,21s fid. Brandon's candles, slightly damaged,- lOJd Colonial negrohead to bacco, Ufd. 100 cases Hobart.Town jams 7d, Oilmen's stores' wer...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. SYDNEY, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

': JLB^VAL OF THE ^NGMSflt ilAIL. ;? ITJurmuh Greville and Co., TelearamUU. ., ???'???. ' SYDNEY. Thursday Evening. Teb B.M.S. Malta lias arrived at Adelaide, bringing news . from England to the 8rd of February. ',':?? ? There have been disastrous gales throughout England. .Great loss of life has occurred. It is feared there aie many BhipwridcB. ? ?-?.-?.? ?..?.?„ ' Most aestruotiveiaoodB have vMteaEnglandandlreland. There has Been immense destruction of property, and lives loBt. The floods have been very teavy. ? Parliament was opened. In the speech from the Itrone relations with foreign powers were announced to be satis factory. ? ' ' . . ?.????? The English woolmarketisflrm at last rates, the increased price of wool having been maintained. ? ? . Money is abundant.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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COUNTRY FLOUR AND PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

OOTJNTBY FLOOR AND HBODTJOE MARBSTS. In Goulbum.fine flour is £L3cash and £14 oredit, seconds £12 cash' finu £14 credit \ «tran'3B5; sna pollard £? per ton ; -vheat,4s per, bushel, extra good samples 4s ,fld. ' In'Br'aidwooa 'fine'douf is filfe'casK per ton, seconds £14 ; wheat 5s 94 to Gs, maize Ss 6d to ?s, barley 4s fid, oats 4s 6d, bma lsSijiertUshelj paten hay £6pertonk newpofatos £8. In Queanbevah fine -flour is £15 per ton, seconds £14 per ton; bran Is; maize 4s to 4s 6d, oats 3s 6dto4s, wheat 4s 64 to 5s, . barley 3s 6d per bushel; hay £5 to £6 per ton! new potatos, 10s 6d to 12s per c#t.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

PoMCB CSotTBT.— There was only one case dealt with at the police court os Monday last when en inebirate was ordered to pay 20s., in default 24 hours. Boads— Tenders are oal'ed for the repair and ! construction of roads in this and the adjoining dis» (riots, flans may be seen at (he police offices, '. Cooma, Nimitybelle, Bombala, Merimbula, and Eden. ? ? CboWS IiUn-8. — Abstract of Grown Lands in tbe Manaro and Twofold Bay diatriots aothorised to be dedicated to religiouB and publio purposes, in accordance with the Sth section of the 25th Victoria No. 1 :?— 1 acre, parish of Seymour, town ? of Adaminaby, Roman Catholic Church ; 2 roods, parish of Seymour, town of Adaminaby, Roman Gatholift Presbytery $ S3 acres, parish of Bega, at Brogo Biver, .county Auckland, reserved for aooess to water? 1 aore 2 roods, at tbe Bound Plain, parish of Bullembalong, for a Presbyterian Ohoroh and Manse ( 1 aore town of Panbula, , Churoh of England Church % 2 roods town of Panbula, publio school. . ? '...

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SYDNEY UNCLAIMED LETTER LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

SYDNE^ pNQLAIMED JJE.TFE& TliIST. PA-ETtits applying for unclaimed letters at the General Post Office must give, the correct' number pi the Jetter, the date and number of the list in which the' y may have observed their names, 'ana'are'rea,ueBted to state where they expect their letters from :— ????'?'???? :' ? ?? ' ; General Post Office, Sydney, Fobruary 15, 18()9. hit'iToli* .' '' '?'?'?- ? -' ??'???? -hip tErrBBfli' »? . ' '? ' ? ? - 12 Boal Andrew 0.,-Bega 22 Webster Wm., Kiandra 17 French Andrew, Snowy S.*- Weir John, Merimbula Rjver , i ? 38 Wilkinson Mrs. E., One 4 Jaroison John. Bega Tree Hillv 20 Waitington js., Quean beyan ? r - ° ? ,. OOLONtAt LETTEB8. 40 CassiUy W. J., Nimity- 5 Mackey J6nn,Glenmar- , belle . . , tin,.Eden ' 48 Chapman 8, Aaaminaby 78 McOarthy Mr., Kiandra i ,'; .', Manaro .. ' . 8G McOormath G., Bega 140 Oreswell Ellen, Quean- 98 McDonald Colin,Quean ?? ' beyall ? ' ' betfan . ; 145 Croashank Oh., Kiandra 114 McGrath Edward, One 162. Curtis John...

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BOMBALA DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

BOMBALA DISTATCT OOUBT. T»E ahove Oonrt was opened on the U'th instant, his Honor Judge Macfnrlund presiding. The legal' gentlemen present were Mr. B. Lipscomb of Oooma and Hr. E. Manby Of Eden. The onry cases heard *efe.— ?Williams v. Onnninphanie.— Claim, £15, dishonoured promifwory note. Case witbdiawn. llr. Lipscomb for plaintiff. 8.&H. 8olomon.& Co. v. Tavlor.— %!laim £22, is. 4d, dis honoured promissory note. Verdict for plaintiff, for whom Mr. Slariby appeared. Same v. Bird.— Claim £12 17s 8d, goods sold and dp livered. Verdict for plaintiffs. Same v. J. M. O'Beilly.— Dlaim £8 5s Sd. Verdict fot plaintiffs, £7 ^s id. tar. Manny Tor plaintiff, Hi. Lips 06mb tbr defendant. At the Police Court, on the previous day, Bowden and iHogarth were charged with having defrauded the Come ' Love Quartz Beef Company of certain moneys and the cases were posponed to obtain professional assistance. On the following day (Thursday') they were again brought before the Court when M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

THE GROVER ANB BAKER 8EWIN{Sr MACHINE COMPAS1, m TXT1TH GREAT SATISFACTION, announce . T V . *hat.thej.haTfi.J5»Bentl,y .had^be J«mor,ot % supplying two of their Elastic-Stitch Family Sewing Jifacliines ] TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, j 'And that tt the-pARISEXPOSrCKlN,I867, the .Cross ot the Xcgion of Hon^uri ?Wag Oouferrai upon ttao SEPKESENTATIVEf »f the ?? ? ? ? ?' ? '?'? ?i' - ?- ??' Grover Se -Bakers Machines. : N.B.— It nirbeing advertised1 that* 5i Contempt)-' Tary Sewing Maohine~was awarded the^'GOLDi MEDAL at the lateiftcpoftition at Paris ; but at! the Office of the Gbotbe-&3Saz*bb S.M. Co., 80,: Collins-street, Melbourne, rosy be seen a CEBTIFIED; ?copy of the OFBipiAI- -AWARD LIST op THE! IMPERIAL CO'MMl^SlON, 'which shows that ; No Gold Medal was Awarded ! To ANT SEWOte MAOfflB'E Wmumrof THE 0ROTTER & JBAKER* S.M. CO. have' ?appointed ,,.,,...., 'fifiNETi' SPRING, ; . », .-.-_ AgenU-for Hanaro District: The Residents Of Hanaro are inVited to inspect at Tee ...

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COOMA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 March 1869

coosfA piuvtis ctrknuNf. ?read,^bjoaf 0 0 - 1 ' Flour, firsts ? 22 0 0 s&teSE:*' } i?°r^^ ? ? »n 5 *. *** ? -JMiU fij O-j-ft ;Ma|^...Z.VX'V.V.' None. ilutton...^. ? 0 61a Oats, scarce iBs. to 0 6 6 Bacon ..I,.......:— z~0 OW Wheat .......»......;..^) ~fl « Cheese ? »$--—? -0 » P .^ -Onioqs ........ v_. ...0 0 6 PetatoE, per Ib'.'.-J-.^O-'O ??'?* sJlGlky petijuak. .. None 1&SiJ&l&'&t?.&Pfl,:fi; Cubages, each ...... «., o &

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