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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
IRELAND. : The new Lord-Lieutenatlt of Ireland, ac companied by the Countess Spencer, made bis publio entry into Dublin on January j 16. Their Excellencies were respectfully received by the population. Earl Spencer wore a blue frock coat with a star on his breast, and the Countess had an Indian gold shawl over her dress, with a white satin bonnet, Among those presented after his Excellency tad taken his place in; the presence-chamber were the Archbishop or Dublin, the -Lord chancellor, the Duke .; of Leinster, tbe Marquis of Hildare, the: Earl of Charlemont, Viscount Monck,Xiord and Lady dermont, Lord Straitfanaira, and a number of the judges and heads of public departments. When the Lord Mayor presented 'his Excellency with tbe keys of tbe city, he expressed a' hope that -during his viceroyalty he might be the medium of giving to the people of Ireland peace, bap piness, and prosperity.' In the Dublin Town Couooil, on the 1st January, Sir John Gray brought under the notice of the me...
THE EXPIRING PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
' ; ; THE, EmEIHj& PAELIAMBNT. ; |P^pS:fafe-hs'« lasfr'io.be.a ,nppe.that,we .are aM ^ITBti^iOniB^in the^jSsasemblyj.whb ,have done so tWfy ifejWSp jtm^0*i& weary ot- the force of ^W^^^^sovg^tun^ ^The financial business ' ^^??^SssioBw ' n^rly at .an end, and iu another m& ,Wmmm»fi,VWso where there haa-sd lone S^7^?«* : « wifl be curious to Bpecnlate, ^^g the rjojsj, ^p^ tjje j^ of i8Bembiy tn5t ;wftW:brought together by the next general elec fr°J^f°r*hat one mnst.take place shortly there. tonibe.no question, ^he present Parliament, eyen' *fjaplBQoner aisB6lyed,-wiU expice by the effluiiou tpi time at the close of this year. 'Will the con stituencies, who ,will then have had five years* bitter experience of ,their preoioas bargains, profit by the jknowjedge timt they haye acquired, and weed out the useless and mischievous members, or will the/ be Contented .tip give them another trial «*****? 'believe sgaia,.)and be again midouef' ^.A ^reat deal, of thefnture ...
THE TICHBORNE BARONETCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
♦TfflE TIOHBOBNE BARONEIOT. TfiE Lteeds Mbrtmiry speakBof the collapse of the claims of the Tiohbbrne baronetcy and estates^ The Australian 'SirSLoger,' according to this paper, has disappeared from England, ' and the information which has been received of his movements does not .encourage the belief that he intends to return to this country or to Tesume his efforts to support bis claim in a court of law.' The story which is now told is that a brother of the wonld-be baronet's, who has been left during ''Sir Roger's' absence from England without a sufficient sum of hush-money to secure his silence, has turned traitor and revealed tbe whole viloU
EXTRAORDINARY CHARGES OF CONSPIRACY. OVEREND, GURNEY, AND CO. (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
EXTRAORDINARY CHARGES Ofi1 CONSPIRACY. OVEEENB, GTTBNEY, AHS CO. (I/HIITKD.) An extraordinary charge of conspiracy has occupied the attention of tbe Lord Mayor, and Alderman Sir Thomas Gabriel, Bart., ' for eight days during the month ^ and their; decision upon it was pronounced at their' ninth sitting, which was held on January : 27. The charge was preferred against the ' directors of Oerend, Gurney, and Co. (limited) — John Henry Gurney, Henry. Edmund Gurney, Robert Birkbeok, Henry Ford Barclay, Harry George Gordon, and William Rennie — ' For that they in the month of July, 1865, and at divers -other times, in the city of London, unlawfully did conspire, combine, confederate, and agree together, by divers false andfrandn* lent pretences and representations, and by divers subtle devices and means, to induce the complainant, Adam Thorn, L.L.D., of 90, Gower-etreet, Bedford-square, gentle man, &od divers other persons, to become, and -whereby they did become, shareholders in ...
THE RIGHTS OF FREE SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
THE RIGHTS OP FREE SELECTORS. Tee following action vra*. tried before his Honor Mr. District Cour Judge Frauds, at AJbury, on Tuesday, 10th March':— Lawrence Garry t. Eawdon Forster Greene; trespass, £200. M-. Forbes, instructed by Mr. Thorold, for ths plaintiff-, Mr. Brown, instructed by Mr. Fleming, for defendant. , The defendant oat in a rjlea ?of not anilt.v hn* stated that £S0 and costs together with jurors' fees had been paid into court as an equivalent for the amount of damage done. Mr, Forbes opened tke case for the plaintiff by etating that his client was a mail contractor resid ing at the Billabong ; that he bad 710 acres of pur chased land, 1000 acres Beleoted, whioh together with kis grass land made 2130 — making a total oi 2840 acres, whioh is all fenced into one paddock, and consisted of some of the finest grass land in the colony and on whioh were numerous springs whioh gave a good supply of water ; that this land had cost plaintiff a large amount of money. Being a ma...
FIGHT BETWEEN A SNAKE AND IGUANA [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
FIGHT BETWEEN A SNAKE AJTD IGUANA Acorhebpokdent of the GoalbottmSeraldglros the follow ing aocount of a fight between an Iguana and a Snake — Messrs. F. Smith of Taralga, and J. Cameron of Moiikev Creek, bdnj! out on a shooting excursion on Saturday last, and while riding down by Rockwell Creek, their attention was caught by a -peculiar disturbance in the water at the side of a large water-hole. With the hope that the object of their pursuit in the shape of a duck was the cause of the troubling of the water, they approached a little nearer with, all the sportsman's caution imaginable, and to their treat ' surprise found an iguana about Your feet lone, and a biarfe snafae about sue feet long, engaged in deadly conflict. They stood ana watched the encounter with intense interest, and were highly delighted to witness the agility with which the iguana managed to evade the attempts of his shakeshin ta fasten his fangs uponlim. For this purpose he had fre quently to pop himself under wat...
THE BEGA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
THE BEGA MAIL. ?.?..-, -. i OttB attention has recently been 'directed to 'the maU from Sydney for Bega via WimitybeUe and ^Kamaruka, and would point out that1rqnitherfact! that a bag is now made up in Sydney for\Bega and' despatched thenoe vtd Cooffi; NimitybeUa; and f^mainika,ostabUshes'itsvalueandimpottftnce.and -fully proves that to advocate, as' haVbeeri ddhe its abolition and the substitution of - line by wey of Tantawanglo, js-done through tanacquaintan6e with the Acts of thVcase, and the advantege pfthe' uuw wuHug une. '-i-nis mau leaves 'Wimitybelle ^foV- Eamariika on ?Monday^ at? o'clook a.m.i and w^ met at the latter jilace -by a eeeohd' contractor,: who leaves thenoe one hour after the arrival of the mail at Kamariika, and conveys it to BegaV so that it is now a through mail ahd will have4 to be ' aanVeyed by pack horte,as theBega bag iB iis;aally a 'very, heavy one— in fact it is no,w «o heavy, tllat the contractor is now obliged *6 have relays of horsesat Lilyvale and ...
WHAT THE DROUGHT TEACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
WHAt THE DfiOtTiJffir^AOHES: Without ,flxposipg. ourselves toVihe charge of ^Iflg ??' matters -hieh .-properly .-Belong to ministers of religion, we can 'Msert that, 'after, all,' ' drought ' is a great teachet. If, iti only -.tjuight us humility, it would answer -one useful purpose.. When we are over prosperous .we ^become' over ?sanguine, and we are apt to ferget.the:fcanroe$f ellj goodness. For many years the jsquatting-interest has enjoyed a large amount »f. prosperity, we! b-ye' liad comparatively fine^seawHre, teef.and mutton' have sold high, though the producers did taot 'vet their fair share of the money paid (or meat by the ouuaumers. . jLaere are too many: parties. standing between the producer of meat and. the oonsun-etB$j a very large proportion of the gross sntn which the bullock or sheep realised, on the meat being re tailed, was sunk in expenses, losses on theirpad, and commission must be taken into consideration,' ? ere the aninial is handed Toyer to the wholesale 'b...
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. A fuubii advance has taken place in the value of wheat sinoe last week, and a rise of 6d per bushel is established. This lias occurred principally from the disinclination of growers in South Australia to part with stook at lew prices . 3'he .price of flour does not in any way correspond with the increased value of wheat, from the bet that all the principal consumer* of the manufactured article have made contracts at low prises for the season. Quotations : Best Adelaide brands flour, per ton, £14 10s to £15; Best Colonial ana Oa1»rnianperton£13to£1310s; best South Australian wheat, per bushel 6s,6d; best Colonial and Oaliforninn per bushel is 6d; best maiie meal, per ton £9; best maite per bushel, 3s 4d ; best branmhd pollard. Is M per bushel. '
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
TLTETsiiOnRNE STOCK REPORT. Dh.ma.hot, Campbell, anb Oe, report best beef at 22s 6d to 25b tier 106 lbs, and 56 ib wethers at 12s to ISs. Powsb, Rutbehfo&d, and Co. report the cattle market dull, and that prices have declined 15s per head ; 18,000 sheep, notmanyprime.forwhioh there wasaBlightadvancc; other descriptions are dull of sale.
THE WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
?ff0 WOOL TRADE. Feoh Morgan's British Trade Journal otSaaaaxy 2, 1869. we extract the following;— The public sales of «olonUU wool which oommenoed on the 1 26th Ifovember were brought *t a close on the 22nd nltuno. The total quantily offered amounted to 120,222 bales, of which 28.269 bales were from Sydney and Queens lend, 25,271 hales from Port Phillip, 2722 bales Van demon's Land, 2803 bales Adelaide, 50 bales Swan Biver, 17,339 bales New Zealand, and 43,761 bales from the Cape of Good Hope. The attendance ot buyers from all parts has been larger much spuxtm biddings. Saleshayeprogressed irregularly, and some parcels have been withdrawn for better prioes. Such descriptions as were decidedly in demand and scarce may be quoted about idperlb. higher, and on oombing wool about Id, while faulty wool, on the average, has sola without material alteration. Scoured wool, with the ex ception of Oape, has shown no improvement in price. The quantity brought on the market, being the fag end o...
PASTORAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
':::1 -???'Wt'*\W^iM*H\S& ?? \f& ?*ftE'grass is'ge'feng very'tou&pa«h'^ag^^BweElM; -partoTthe district, and if we dotiot havg^^^iro' raiii before tho warm season is over, cattlowaibfSfeaftoBufer^ copsijerably.fro'm an ineumoisnt supply Sfftjpd.iduriiig ,thfe winter months,.; ... ...i,... ..- jAji^jlljitl^ i- ','* VU ^ A lfiirge^draft of~6toie cattie JEbr^ufi^o^^^^Mr. tamo's0 Tyson, Heyfield, are now on thcixSoaa lr}^^» district, ' ; '''?''? I having «ome, round by Melbourne. Mr.: W. E. King, jof i Jsrarnqro^k, is. also1, starting an -expedition *o : bring jstpre ?_ caitlejiown &om New South Wales, bo that itwpuldappear Manarbisiiot so well able to supply the. Mriiromenta or Oiipsland Btockowners'aeheretoforo.^Pfpi)SI(tntfWimes. i, tThifi is solely aWribntable to tee' Beaaon-whU)^ the battle ^re^dera^tfWannrqtiftVeexporienoed, and which for severity uJtpajiijBHudy has 1 been iuiprficsdented.— Bp. H. M.]' fz'A.cfirt'eapobheiA'otiiu^ Pastoral times, in h...
COUNTRY FLOUR AND PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
g ^OOTJNXRV FLOURAND PROBUCE MARKETS. mgaMSBgmen fine tloiSr is Jilt oast ana £U oredit, Moodds £Si«|m518 ifiTcredit ; bran Is 6d, and pollard li«d per ? fnBBneyah fine flour is £15 cash per ton, seconds £l*r #«6»P%s Cd to «s, maize 4s 6d to*s, barley Ss 6d, oUtoflB S44P*?i *-raa Is per bushel; oaten hay £5 pur ton, oes jngdaSe £|J^j£10. ' ^HMie&ikcil £15 perttn, seconds £U per toCTEblSMUe 5s«dto 7*. oats^sSd, wheat 5s6dto £HP^P-y «8 per ton.f^1^ ».
MERIMBULA SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
MERIliBULA SHIPPlirer. . ...',,' . ?? - . , AhnrvAL. . , ? '? . Makch 25 — Hunter, a., Captam Sullivan, from Sydney. . TassenBers ':? Messrs, Cjrahame, Thompson, OUiver, James, and.ll in the steerage. ., ... ... ?????' DElPAlrrUEE. ' ' , . March 26— Hunter, s., Captain Sullivan, 'for Sydney. Passengers: Mrs. Chopin, Mjessra. Cameron, Sing, Heri wood, Johnson, arid 13 in thetteerage.' - ' - : , ,! IMPORTS. ,- . :. ? ' ? : . ' ,, Hunter, s., from Sydney ': }ck rum, pel samples,. 2 cs, 1 oil, C. H. Witton ; ate, Sehl;. 32 bdl boxes, cs,macninery, Munn ; 2 cb, 1 kerosine, 1 pickles, 2 sundries. .1 earthware, 1 drapery, 1 confectionery, 2pkgs brooms, 1 paper, nest tubs, sieve, box peg*, 1 soap.l sperms, bdl spades, 2 caskB, hh'd, 40 bg flour, 5 sugar, Pryke ; C chairs, 6 pine boards, cs sashes, Gordon i 50 bgrioe, 10 sugar, S flour, bdl pipes, 2 . shovels,'! 'bucketB, ! kgs nails, trunk, 6. basketAiikc. paper,, 5 boxs candles; 2 tobacco, 2 cs oil, 4 China goofls, 1 poots, 1 Soap, 3 Jch*....
(To the Editor of the Manaro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
(To the Editor of the Mmtar'o ifercurp.) '? ? Sra,— I wish to call the attention of. those conoernea to the , unseemly practice of allowing persons constantly to ' loaf' or lounge about the Post Office,' as is now done, l have frit incBhed to write to the postal Inspector, about it, but think better to direct attention to it here first. The depart inents of -the Poland Telegraph Offices are, of all others, for .obvious reasons, .the most private; and no one, under any pretext whatever, is supposed to be allowed teithin 'them— which rule here', ae. elsewhere, should' he strictly adhered to,— Tours obediently, . ? ? ? . i . ? . ? tUJTT. ??
DUBIOUS EPITAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
? ~€UBIOU8-51PI3?APH:. On isb Gbatb of ait ©id Last busied at - ? Ohjsshibb* Ben'B ' At: HT: HIS; ST. One: Iiiee: KA Th ABINe, gRa yo ; ?Om-j aba Syli !Fe,« fed ?IP. — Ele— ; SS. OL: s & 7b. ye AR =: - — Than— \ Dol : Ays '. Hego ^Therp ? 'Elfe : ND : TTO TVS, HE ' ?; S tur U ' D ... TO EA ET HH : E E sel ?: By ? ; ? E ivjus — r^ — FE *Gfr. -I. En ? , ; D. S. L JE.t — mea — D yi ' ?? ; ?Seab — Ate — yo ? : TJRG : ? fBIE, Fan ; .- DD : ?Kyy OF ? Bey i -Esf OB iWH. i — 'ATA— - W ai ... -L.S af to oDoft ' Ears W. 'H ok ^no ; W «B ; 'UTIN, AE UNO ? ?? ?Ff Ear Sin ... So ... MetaU' ^Pit ? O. i ;Hero — E — broa : DP : ; Ass HE ... I. -NH- j 'Era ??: Hopma -: TB : 'E ?: Aga ? IN. ; [Perhaps some of our young readers will take! tbe trouble to deeiper the above, and eend a copy' to us.]
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 April 1869
PEDESTRIANISM ! 1 1 EXCITING MATCH ? 7-^ ? FOR giBp, ? 4 FOOT RACE of 100 Yards for £30 a-side -ljL between ' ' . - M. Grady «nd H. Bratcho '(known 'tis Black Harry) will take place on tbe COOMA ATHLETIC SPOKTS GROUND, O» Monday, the 5th April. . Also, ) A HANDICAP FOOT EAOE, 200 Yards, for all comers.' - Prize — A Silver Hunting Watch and Chain, value' £6 6s. Three entrances or no race; Estrances at the;Cooma Hotel. i ' GEO. COHEN. WITTON'S CLEARING SALE WILL SOON BE OVER. GREAT BARGAINS IN LADIES' DBESSES, STRAW HATS, '''' &o. Jtjso, ? . Meu^s & Boys' Clotliing, ?:.-?? BOOTS, &o. SADDLES- A Few Saddles 1 ' VERY CHEAP! THE QLD SHOP IN BOMBALA-STREET. NOTICE. (ROOD MUTTOX TO BE HAD, BY THE QUARTER OR JOINT, At 3d. per lb^ for the present topnth, and LIKELY TO BBCOMS CHEAPER. P. CtTRTIS, Butcher. : April 1, 1869. , RAMS 1 RAMS 11 RAMS ! ! ! ftntk (TWO HUNDRED) FINE, CLOSE j2\JU WdOLLED RAMS/ long staple, 2 and 3 years old, in good condition, To be Sold In Ooon...
THE COOMA POST OFFICE. (To the Editor of the Manaro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869
j ri»ftrt! 'oooiiA *ostTnliwrnte. ! ^ ... . ---/TatKK Kdltofhf tli'WtnlU'n JMMuta: it-. ' - : R,i S(e,— One of the very desirable advantages Oooma possesses-, isithe arrival of the'Syaheyllail atan' early hiour in the' morning, 'and, people at a distance no -doubt ihink that Jrei are very napQy,ittdivid.uals in the enjoyment of silch an in estimable privilege. : But there are ' wheels \rithln wheels',' ; and Ooppa takesittreyolutionota averyEniaU.wheel, the aforesaid Email wheel thinking iteelf of ' more pumpkins ' jthantlie big-wheel.,: Yes; the siibordiriatc who prMdes^in Cooma .happens not to be so gracious as .his,' superior, and. in lieu of Hiking Into to come down from that dignified' , enrinenoo on, ^high^je squats like a cruel king (lie hasibeen - ? solicited too .often;, JT herewith, proceed to vshow that he. wold withoiit Bnj-; extra labour give' t£e 'public the Bdvan-- tages of a speedy delivery, an early mail entitles Uxem.to, and I think ffifCoo^niaiteswul notiilameme f...