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ROYAL TELEGRAMS. Wednesday, 4.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
., -fiOYAL TELEGRAMS. . . . Wednesday, 4.30 p.m. the Galatea is passing Twofold Bay. ' The Trmce is read ing, last week's Punifr, laughing heartily. ?'. '' : '' . ? ? : 4.50. ... The PriD'de having laughed Immbderately at the portrait of his fair friend V Bftsy,' has just rafreshedhunself with soda and tiraindy. Cnreatrushbftfisixihabitaiitebf Twofold Bay for soda and. brandy and copies of- Puneh, It wasn't eoob ; 11 whs oeiizer water, ureai connuion at Twofold Bay-^no Seltzer water to be obtained, the solitary chemist has substituted Beidlitz powders, which ',fco down' with the TwofoldBayites-justas-weH. ' „ ? ,11 - ? ? ? rfi.80.' ? The Ctinde 'feeh liungry— prepares for dinner— washes 4us hands. The inhabitants of Twofold Bay, 'wishing to' show their loyalty, also wash-their'liandsi : . ._ ?' ;: '?.'. ? . . l!6.80ji.m. The soiip'and flih (oysters ftarriedyjost removed from the' table of H.E.H. The Prince lias' just asked for a copy of last week's Protestant fanner— servants laugh ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
Me. Chaelks Thatchee and a companion while out shooting near Gundagai recently found a case imbedded in the mud in the channel of the stream, containing twenty-three bottles of old port that had been cooling in the Murrumbidgee since the great ftood of June, 1852. He and his com- - panion immediately opened a bottle, and ' found its contenis'.to be surpassingly agreeable. Why are ships called ' she ?'— Because they always keep a man on the look-out. Holmwat's Pitts.— Disordered Stomach.— Who cart with certainty predict the ultimate issue of a disordered stomaoh if it be negleoted ? jWer, diarrhoea, and even cholera, are too often the pen allies of such neglect. It ehould be everywhere known' that Holloway's Pills effectually prevent these disastrous consequences. This purifying medicine should be taken at onpp, to stem the for mi(iable symptoms, or the' opportunity of doing so may be loBt for ever, anda few days* deliy even may *e, fatal. ; JEach succeeding, dose gradually regulates...
NIMITYBELLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
1SIMITTBBLLE RACES. As -we'stated in our last issue we were unable to do more than give the various events, with (ho names of the winning horses, we shall now en- - deavour to give a more detailed description. The first race was the Maiden Plate of 8 sovb., one mile and a half, for which three horses came to the post, viz.'; Ida, carrying Sst. Slbs. ; Bally, 9st. albs. ; and Header, 9st. 31bs. Ida was brought out m excellent trim, ana reflected muon creait on her owner and trainer, Mr. T. Hyland, of €rrose's Plain. At the -same time the fact that Dally had been kept hard at work till within a few days of -the races should not be overlooked, and the chances are that if tbe Messrs. Silk had taken the old horse in hands a few weeks before the races, he would nave placed tbe first event to their credit. i For the Town -Plate of 12 sovs., three times I round the -course, -one event, carrying weight for; i age, three horses put in an appearance, ?n'rz.v Mr. - ' T. Hyland's b.c. Cadawallad...
COOMA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
'0OOMA RACES. OwHTO+0-a want of space in our last issue, we ?wera -compelled to curtail the account of the second dajfa raoing, as also to omit the report of the set-, tlement. We now proceed to supply the deficiency. The second day'B racing -was opened -with the Town Plate, for which four hones were entered, but only three came to the poBt. 'A good start ?was enecwa, swinaier raiting me leaa, parley, second, and Timboy in -close attendance. 'There was very little difference ' in Ihe position of the liall-mue post the tavonrite gradually improved his position and struggled hard to gain first plaoe, yet. Swindler maintained (he lead, and although Macalister, who rode Darley, used Ihe whip freely, Freebody succeeded in' landing Swindler a winner by about half a length in advance of the favourite, Jimboy about three lengths -behind' Darley. The second 'race-was' the' Squatters' Purse, 'for which four horses were entered, bat 'Darley did not start. 'Yoltigeur 'took the lead, with the ap...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. (Through Greville and Co., Telegrammists.) SYDNEY, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. (Through Grevilte and Oo., TeUgrammtiU.) ?-, ? ? . ?'? '' . ???8Tn-N]Er,:Thursday Evening;. Tbe Appropriation Bill has been passed by both Houses. Parliament will probably be prorogued on 'Wednesday next. : The GaUtea leaves Sydney on Thursday next for New ?Zealand,. -? ??-* . ' .- ;??,--..'*?*?? yj . r- ?- .????&,-?. ?'?'?- From to-day (Good Friday) till Monday InoluslVB have been gazetted as holidays. ' . ..,'*» i-'ii; , ',-SK*ii^SJBW2aEAIiASDi:'-!, '- ???? ? ?.-'-? ?: Bywayif Melbourne and. by arrivals ip Sydney totflay ? we have laffr news from the Beat of war in New Zealand. Colonel whitiiOre stormed the rebels in their forlifloa. tion, and succeeded in driving them out.. ? ' . . ? ;' . The lo?s on the side of the colonial foroeaiflB been ,four 'MlUftuia iwdveTrtrtflMed. ; ?..-?.? ^lOTjttoJ^rbliad evacuated the 5a, Beventodieswere ' ? ' - ^gt; ? ?? * -
LATEST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
tATESt TEtEGEAMS. ^*N«r.— Xt the ttailf yearly meeting bf the Rockhamptdh KincerQuarfe CruBhtogCompahy, a di-nSend it the rate of 7J per cent for the lalf1 year. *he Company crushed, during the hall' year, 2568 tons qiiarfiJ, whibh 'yifeiaed Hfl otes pott.— Sfr. Moore, the Slayor of Sydney, intends to visit finglttnd in May next,— X grana cine ball'iu honor of tbfe present visit of H.K.H. the Trince is on the Tapis. — A bi wecKiy paper 10 oe cauea idq. jaqmtor is abo'it to bo established ttt lfus*ellbrook by Mr. IiO»n,?onngrliy-of tie mania Pilot. TheBratgtimberofthejBbrfjrof-iBtot.ppeai - on thejjrd April— Ralph Eichkrdsofi, ofSydneytoHS, neat Paramatta, ott of business, ttnft Patrick Ffegerald, of Sydney, draper, ai* insolvent.-— Messrs. fcetherbridge and Co. iljuote oaten toay, 334 to £5 10a.* ittctaie, *£S to '£'3 Ife-. per ton; maize, 3s. 3d to 3s. 6d. per hushel.—'Throuth Greeille.-bnd Co., Teldtfrdmrntsts. -jteapton.— The 'Clarence Agricultural lExbSbifio'n cloBe4 on Thursday...
PASTORAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
PASfcGRAk* *' Wb (Ptrfboral Times) have the Welcome neyre that ' the water is descending the Darling Hiv^r in great force, and that the first fresh is folloWitci VJ.& second Tusb many feet in heigljt. #ltVa.B&igh,! time, as tVife «toek «eWs has been most deplorable fora long time' past. t*f j »* There is now no -doubt as .to, the ^existence of pleuro-pr.eumonia among the cattle of the Macleay are' dying daily. Most of the. owners of cattle, however, have already taken the precaution to inoculate thrir «tock--«o that the -viralenpp of the disease may not be expected to bs felt jn. full force. ihe.Ararat Advertiser BKys-i-r-** Those who are not in the habit of travelling id the country can scarcely realise the frightful mortality amongst sheep. There is literally no grass. The whole country is .as bare and devoid' of herbage as a beaten road, and in these ?arge paddocks, into which many squatters* stations are divided, the dost swirls about with the wind much aa it doe...
COUNTRY FLOUR AND PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
OOmfrRY FtOtTR A-ND KUJDTTCE MAEKETS. In Gkralbura fine flour is £14 cash and £15 cre&S, .seconds £13 cash, £13 10s credit ; bran 1b «i, and^ollard is 8d per tmshel.i wheat 5s per bushel. - . ? ' . In Queanbeyanfine flour is £15 cash per ton, leconSs - £14';' wheat 4s 6d to Ss, maiee & M .to Bs, ? barley 3s' 6dV' oats 8s 6d to 4s, bran Is per bushel; paten hay £6 per ton, Bew.ptrtatos £8toj6iO,: ... In Brsidwood fine flour is 3E15 perton, seconds £14 per ton; branlB9i,maita15a6itoTB,Data4s0d)Wheat;5s3dto 6b 6d, hariey 4s 6d ; .hay £1 per tpn^
VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
' '— ' VTnTrt'R.T K . ' i THE jif^tM ,of rSaturdfiy ^sajB.t— The pScuosDce ^ssterote' of .two .fresh cases of small-pok: in1 melbbutneLbjat W^ntelj proves that as yet the jdiseaseiig ijpt fitanipod out. : ' ' Indeed, instead of t^is *^k^ ^i Aer? u sufficient jeaspn to', indooe the' apprehension: that/ unless, very prompt and' .energetio aotipfl is tafcen, the spread of $he epidemic ma^ beeomeisanid: ' It is a eingular fact tpat ,tbfl, xwo persons who wefp yesterday attacked are brptber and Sstprj.bjit they have had no. communication -ith each' other for 4 Jonsiaerable.perioci, the, 'one tesiding in i^ieettsbury-s'treefc, Northv Melbourne, and the other/in Lajrobe'street.. Jf it be true, as is alleged by the're1atives of the patients, that. th'e'y have not seen eaoh other for sometime, . then the coincidence, extraordinary as it undoubtedly is, poinU*othe-fact that' ab*eadv the cefnis of the disease are widely tdiewibutedj and that the heceBgiiy for theadoption of stringentpreOa'utio...
THE LAST ABORIGINAL OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
TBJS LAST ABORIGINAL OF TASMANIA, JLfiElast of the aboriginal n|tives af Tasmania. Wnham WnjrMthe uJcm), better, known* as«B5ngBaiy»dteaonthe 3rd instant, at S Dog and Partridge Hotel, Barrack-street. Lam?y has for some years past followed the pursuit & * whalemg, and he arrived about a fortnight ago in the barque Runnymode after a cruise of some months duration, and took nnU ?-kA/i. .» *i.. -n ? ceeded to Dr. Smart's dispensary, where he obtained some medicme On Friday last he was seized with ohoiermo diarrhoea and took to his bed, when Dr, Atherton was sent for, and ordered his removal to the hospital tanny got up about 2 o^olook, and was dnsnu r for tho purpose of being conveyed there, when he expired. ITe has since his return led a very intemperate Kfe, showing a great partial ity for rum, and his constitntion, thns enfeebled, was -unable to conquer the disease. The Bobart Town Mercury relates the following disguBtmg circumstances in connection with the treatment of the ...
BENDOCK AND DELEGATE GOLD-FIELDS. AURIFEROUS CHARACTER OF THE COUNTRY ALONG THE BENDOCK AND DELEGATE RIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
BENDOCK AND DELEGATE GOLD-FIELDS. ATHTJEHOITS OHABAOTEB OF THE COtrKTEI A1O1T& ; THrf BENDOCK AND DELEGATE JUTERS. Now that great interest is manifested in the pros pects and advancement of the gold fields at Dele gate and Bendock, the appended extracts from the reports relating thereto made by the Rev- W. B. Clarke, in 1852, may not prove uninteresting. We intend to continue the extracts from week to ™'i ««» ??''» buuw iiuw iar ine anticipations of the author bb to the auriferous deposits in tbis district and across the Border, as also the proba. bility of those places becoming a vast' and payable gold field, have been verified. We have spoken to numerous experienced miners— men who have spent almost a life-time on the gold fields of these colonies and California— on the subject, and all agree in the opinion, tbut Manaro will eventually become the largest and most payable gold filed that has yet existed in this colony. Anyone who has carefully read the revised reports of th...
GENERAL COMMERCIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
GENERAL COMMERCIAL NEWS. Australian Debentures command better1 prices. Quotations: — New Sooth Wales, fives, ^B71-7e6, 100 ; ditto, 1868-1878, 100 ; ditto, fives, 1888-1895. January. July, 98§. Victoria, -sixes, January. July, 112 j ditto, April-October, 112, Trade, except in iron, is depressed. There have been several failures in 'the wool and cotton trades. The decline in trade to Australia is reversing. An Indo-Australia-H Submarine Telegraphic Company is projected, which intends carrying the line to Australia.
ENGLISH PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
I ^ v BNCffitSH3KEM3DTJOB:MABKET. Tittoir has improved. Mutton, 44s'. 6d. to 48s. 3d.; beef, 45s. 6 J. to 46s. Leather. — A fair demand for Australian at ll|d. to J2|d. Hides.— Small skies. First light, 5|n. ; second, 5|d.} heavy have bought in. AcsTRAtUS Teeaclb, £18 18s. 6d. AuStbalian. Cotton is attracting notice. 2500 bales have arrived,- and part realised good rates. . ? Copper is still advancing ; salts have tBken place 'at £86T0s. The harvest prospects continue good.
A STORM ON MANARO. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
^-.^.-Jl^dobm: on manarO; — — ?— '^ -W^5 fre^peny^f pur readers who will remeni J her— and in numerous' instances cull to mind' with pleasure—the time when the Bev. W. B. -Clarke, the eminent geologist, was exploring the MenarO; Strict to ascertain iU auriferousHndicationB. In ' ^he revised edition of Iris reports, published -some' fame ago, in a lefier datedBullsgiatnang, November W, 1886, we «nd the appended description of a «torm on the Bredbo Biver. ^fagie who lave resided is this district for « number of years can ?no doubt recollect thennoident. Without wishing to introduce into -the -story foreign matter, as it ?were, 'it -way be remarked that ample -reason was -shown no less than eighteen years ago for the oon ' -struction of a bridge across -the Bredbo River— a -more denge-bue orosmng ^lian -which, particularly in the -winter season, oannot be found. 'We know' -the story has not been -publiahRd in this journal' since its establishment in the distriot, *nd feeling ?convinced...
CRUELTIES OF A FATHER TO HIS SON. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
CRUELTIES t)F A FATHER TO HIS SON. The case of the German, Rungert, which. v&s decided at the Police Coun, Bu'suautf, uu, Tuesday last, is one (remarks the Courier), we are thankful to say, tbe like of which we have not had occasion to record in our columns before now. The evidence, as elicited at the Police Court, shows that the father was guilty ot deliberate cruelties to his son almost in conceivable ; but from statements made to us, that could not be brought out as evidence of. the offence with which the prisoner waB charged, we are of opinion that even greater cruelties than those proved have been perpet rated. Possibly if -the case had been brought in another form, these facts could have been, proved, but under a charge for assault the evidence must be confined, and very properly so, to a specific act on the pait of the ac cused. The evidence in the case was to tha effect that about three weeks ago one of tha witnesses, who, by-the-way, was called for the defence, saw ...
SHOOTING WITH INTENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
SHOOTING WITH INTENT. 3n the 9th March, Charles Friend, a re spectable-looking young man, was brought before the Court, Dubbo, (says the Dispatch), by senlor-copstabls Cooper, nn a ^Witp nf shooting, with inteut to kill, Leonard C. Cbeetham, at Bungeabong, Marthaguy Creek, on Wednesday, 3rd March. The evidence of three witnesses was taken, among whom were the father and sister-in-law of the accused. The -circumstances are somewhat of a paiuful nature, and may be briefly eommarised as follows t — -Mr. James Cheethaoi is an elderly gentleman, residing as a squatter at Bungea bong, Marthaguy Creek. About twenty-five years ago ne married the defendant's mother, by whom he had a son, Leonard. Leonard and the accused lived on their father's station, got married, and have each a wife and family. The two sons appear to have grown up on good terms with each other, but both during the last year or two became addicted to in toxicating liauors. the accused havin? been treated several times prof...
BRIBERY BY AND OF MEMBERS OF THE VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
BEIBEBY BY AND OF MEMBERS OF THE VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT. The case of Alexander v. Jones, lately tried in Melbourne, has developed a more extended system of corruption 'among some of the members of the Victorian ?Legislature than was at first anticipated. Statements were made at the trial of this case which induced Mr. Blair to ask the Chief 'Secretary on Thurs day last, in the Assembly, ' If the Govern ment intended to take soy step in reference to the allegation made in the recent trial of the action Alexander v. Jones, to the effect that a member of this House had openly stated that another member had paid a bribe of £200 to a third member, on condition of his voting for aceitaiubill then before the legislature?' The, Argus of Friday gives the following outline of the debate which occurred «n the above question ; — ' Mr. M'Culloch, while admitting that (he matter was one in which the Government should take action, thought that, m the hon. members alluded to were present, they would ...
BOMBAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 March 1869
BOMBAY. It is rumoured that an expeditionary force is likely to start from India to New Zealand. The cholera has broken put in Hyderabad an-l Secunderabad. Moosa Johanna, who falsely reported Living stone's death, faaB been imprised for eight months and banished the country, A terrible railway accident occurred near Bombay. Fourteen people wete killed and a Dumber wounded, Australian coper is firm, at 45 s rupees 8 annas.