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COOMA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

'????; Li : CO.OJtA.POHOE COUET; .;?-. ? MOKDAY,;APEIt 15,,1869,.;. .. ... ,. ,., Befpb« Messrs. A. Montague and W. Oosgrove, J.P's. -??-' i -Vi'l! . . .OB6DENE LA^NOUiGE .,??-? Alexander Mol5pnald, of Oooma Creek, appeared before ? the Court, on the complaint of Rosa Glouuon, charged as abdve;.-. ? j - ;. . ; ... .'. .' ?'?'??-? -i , Complainant, on being stfom, deposed that on the 1st , instant wheh site, Incdinpany with her isister, was' passing ?defendants jjfcdence:he came out pf his house anij told them to be off:' tbev were dnaefen'dant'B croiiud. b'lit when .he spoke to them they left defendant's ground and went on to the main road ; . defendant followed them, having a stick in his hand, ahd twe'iise of the language1 'cpmplainea^of.-' . „ To defendant i ilil going hoBne witness, and hersisjter had occasion to cipss defendants ground; the. apparent cause ' way defendant aodosteathem vu because they were on his'i land; ?».*-. ? * Mary Kelly, 'eistcr 'to the previous wifaesA, i...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEGA RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

?????:' ? ;; '': 'Vilfeii^'&ActeB. :;':' i':;' '?;;f;: r-ii?(l -'''Z'' '?};.'?'' ''IT^TDaY; v''! ?''.'??i: r''\ ?'? won an advertdsea prize ; 1J mile ; , one eteut ; weight for age; seC*nuli6rte«-rei5eivehiB«ntr4noefeebaok from the Mr. j. irnderhill's cn'g f^reni? (laic Promise),3 S years t , , n3L gTjlson's' b;f|Be^wiJigi # yeajs i-,'«...i,'.i-iiJ....-i.:.' 2 ' H. Schuback'i r g btrangor, aged -...;..'...,...:;...,.._ 3 :'? -sU;Ji*mn^*y6laBTBang,*y&r8..H::;.:.ii-..'..'..'..'..i.. 0 r.^^?'S5?od-ftfrl?#fflnette'8*^4'i!'»'.'-v — ????? °- i- Kettuig : Even on Ijorenzo, and 2 to i'against Beeswing; The favourite, won 3Ianfls down. ,? rr-'v, T ''.*??''' ?:-'?'? ?? . The BED*- Jockey Pmjb,Flate, pf .30 bovs. irtth a sweep. of 1 sovV,' for alltorses { % !mfles \ one event J 'weigh't for' WoJjLwgep, tp^o tp.Uie seoond horse, ? . . ??? f, ', .. : , -??, . : . - -..,.,., Mr. w. Coulter's ax. be Obscurity, 6 yii (M5!Vngton) 1 ? ::?E.BUgh'«'brliPronnBe; 57earVii;i..^...i...V.i.....

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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UPPER BENDOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

, irppEEBijNfiock.. ,' , -A hee^tn'o of the residents of lite above 'locality; was heW1 'bn the 27th ultimo,' the object 'being to'1 bring: under the attention «if the Victorian -Government ? tie, needs of- the 'miners and otihersjat that place. -,.';. ,, ,.-._.,. . . Mr. T. O. Whmott was voted to thephair, and addressed v*he meeting at some length' on the1 tabject they had been called j»g?§ier to consider. -.He . euggested the nrapnety, of appointing a Jfrogress uomniinee, uio uuvy oi wmuu uiuum be to communicate vithhim (the chairman) 'jot the ropre Bentative from jtime to time, explaining'1the state pf affairs 'on Upper Bendock. .Taking' into consideration the rapid mogresa .which had lieejj made onlpther ieefing .fields ; in Victoria, he had no doubt that.TTpper Bendock would yet iecome'isthr?^and|)opulous;*sp^ci4lly as it hod now. been plBcedpeyond question ,thot minerals 9 ther loan gold, such as silver, leacljVand copper, Coiild be 6btal'n'ed'within a fewmilesBf Bendj)cS;r;^ ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

:?!: o- liATESS: TELEGRAMS, / ', , ??'? ?, Stdnetj— If is prphablfe, *rt»m TWhat ^ras.sald jbjr flie feince. 'and some of the officers when on tile eve of sailing, that: the Galatea is likely «4 -visit Sydney 'for the ithirfl ; time ? after Visiting;^fFW.jZealand.r-Tbe. -sureties for, the proppsed extension of the telegraph via Giinnedan to ForF Bourke Jiave bgen approved by the Government, and the necessary ; bonds prepared _for their signature. . ? _ t MKLBoraNfcl— The weathi* is now very mild, with snu 'shine, and the gi-assis^pringin's up abundantly.'— Friday, was observed as a day of prayer for rain. £l\ business' 'places were closefc die church bells were ringing,; end the citv wore,(nrite;aSundp,y;aspeet. . - ,- j... Adelaide1.— The- special auditors for the Municipal accountt have handed -in tfieir report, inwhich it is stafiBd that Hughes', defalcations were greater than was originally ?supposed.— The subscnptiofis' 'towards Ihe erection of i the Bushmen's Fomejire coming i...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOMBALA ANNUAL RACES. [THROUGH OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMMIST.] FIRST DAY—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

[?] *, ,.:' FIRST DAY— TUJSSDAY: ., '....' r .'--,' f , The Maiden Plate of ip ,sbvs., fc'r *aJl;tbrsM^tooTO to' navo been' in fu& district 6t Ilfanaro e&nionUis previous to the meeting, aht&iavVnoSwori an'afcisrttifca prize H ? 15soTSiWlie-iaistsnce,jl|il!|fenl -/v- .:{;'.:!tsiT?. 3 2 miles, one event : weight for, age. ' , ' J^^ulter'e n2:bV.g.rimboV^;:....... ?.'.', '1'. -;'?' TEEtWiWb'PeJisEof 16«oVB.i JbVaU toraSa; 2 niiEs one event} iwfeight forage.'. :w;:: ??-;' i . ;; -; ', ^1 *i The Hack Back of 10 jsqve. ) for ?eXlbonafiiie untrained hacks that never won an advertised prise, subject' to the approval of tifc'fctiewatas': n&te/'on&'r^uhaV&rrying 1Ost.;pbisti^trant!e:' W-i. ?'(?:: ?yVj ;,'...?.- ;;';j= r JjadyOremn :..;.i..i...;tii;»;i;:.'.j;;.i;.'i^...w..; i :'.i „;,: fiEPQND JPAjrr^WEDH|ESI-Ay, . ; i^,;;;.; The ^iBqc^^BSE^f ap^v8,,J)y ailityuijfdi. Hanaro bred horses that have been inpopeflsion of district residents' .'for'tii...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOMA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

COOMA PRICES CURRENT. ' Bread' ? SK.toft ...'.:. 8 '«?'«? Flour^rsfe\..;.;v.; S2 0 0* Butter, fresh, pprlb. O., 2 0 Flour, 2nds ,..,? 21 a O Butter, Bait....'...;.... 0' 1 6 Straw .........'...;.. j'o'O Beef .,,... .^ ? OP; 4 Mai^e......s.,:.. '.;. None. Mutton'...';....; ? .-. 0 O 4 Oats; scarce Ss.to 0 6 6 Bacon ? „;.. 0 ? Or 7., .Wheat ,j.v.l. ? 0 5 O1 Cheese ? ..:...:.. 0 fl- 0 Onions..;.;. ? 0 06 Potatoi,;perlh.v... . 0 0 1J MUk, per quait.;.... lip-ne. ' Hay, scarce. £S to£JO 0 JO Eggs., per dozen ? .-ft !? -8'

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. (Through Greville and Co., Telegrammists.) SYDNEY, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

: LATEST SPECIAL TELEGEAM. ,',. I ;...;:?.;.:' :j. ???..'- ifiYDNEY. Thursday ETODlnir. ' THsaB'tave been heavy tmns in all parts of the tjolony. '' The Viviera Brothers,£±tea8ive squatters/ chargefl atthe' - . Amiidale Quarter Sessions with catfle-Htealing, have teen ? ? ? i ? i aoqditted. ' .i'.-,!./-/1; '?; iiv!i-'-».-i'- i1 -^i 'in! .i-iwii , iEBOrace AtiaftlshopTolding has left Syclney for: Melw ' bourne to attend tie Bomaii Oatiiolio ConftirenOe to tie held - ? * [?inthatsity^- .. ?'^''r- ,; - -^ ?i/':n '''''- '.'?' ' ;': 1 XtociiarcEof EngJanaSynodSBiisVBitttog. ?- ' ? -

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 — 9 April 1869

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. ; i ThSke was a thin attendance at thfe wool gales ?? bald last week. Biddings were very slack, and only about one-thirA: of the catalogued found buyers. Pridesexhibited no change. '? The following rales were iealised:^SoouredT^3d to 17W : fleece, 8|d to 143 (greasy, 5d Ut SJd ; shoepsldni. 2J to 4* ;' ' pelts, Id to 2d. Annexed areparticulnrs o.f safes :^; , ? Moet anu Co.— DlfD, 5i bales fleece at 10Jd:JHN 6 at' llf A ; Avora. 11 at ll£d, pieces at 4Jd : SMF, 5 scoured at, 15Jd, 2 at 10 : WW, 10 af 18d ; All^ 60 fleece at n*.dip-' pings at 5d, locks and black at 6|d ^'Jin circle, 9 tleecp at; 8 Jd : and i 5 odd balos About 1 8,000 sheepskins were nultted : tit 3|d to'4^d tor full woolled; a'nd-ld to' Sid for.tiElts and in ferior. . ,.._,. , .?; ?,, v.-'. ).???. .... '? : Harrikon «.kd Jonbs.— over JR. 88 oalescf fleece at' rlOfdJ ARjIVJialno'£« W ?* \M-M 1 greasy at ^ JBB, 6 scoureaat 154 '; RHovcr Y, 16 fleece at ,ld ; a'Jot ofpelte at 2d ; and 20 odd bales woo...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

??«*????: f .TZ^ffliJ8Wflip*-vrAOOi;o.Ji' ?I# b$e were to .b^ase an opinion froni .the numerous ; 'fooirkea that hayet, within ihe past fefe;miiith8; -takert 'plae'e betweetf bbf local peSs. 'and brack, 4nnneAfr6miadjd!hiing ' 'distmcife^ ii'might :Ws :mW there is.Mio other distKot! in! the -colony, where. ^pedeetriaiiwm^Bo^fH^^riW^^ont as.it js.in i3oi6ma..,Krsi;amatphis made during, tup( cele- , bratipn' of ihe jitnletic Sports, and ^hytfrKbly^wheif runneS'fire 1)abked1)yferjriVtin^' tnen bW the' spur of ihe moment no time as lost to1 decide 'which of the: 'two (competitors ^ is ftha^best mm. oiJTbeiiaitskers;. However, gpnerally'pri^be.loBirjg Bfde.ane not.Batis-, fled with the spin, and without losing one particle .oEbonfiaenbe i&'tHfe' meti'lh^^ave'.bac&a pit ^him'! or anotiei', in iwhoft* ' tiiey may 'httvtf greater-confi-. dence to compete for t priise elsewhere, that else-, 'where being in nine cases out -of ,teh at Bunyan. It lsi tberefowin .consegusnee of t...

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 — 9 April 1869

*' ???? ' 8i?l)tiitY^8T0CK REP&Rfc;' '-'? ] GOLBBBiiouqli. jjcbt, AlfD iTJo.^Fat Cattle :' A very small supply, and prices firmer. We lootforipard to hiph rates' -all through th« wiritpr. ' B&i bttlMts wofth £7 to £8 ? cows' in proportion. Fat Calves :, A fair *upply.r , Prices aneo trom 12? Cd to 90s. Fat Sheep : MaAet ijtiU aSeoted by tlie' 'over nupply cf last month, and there is still a large number .of JnediumqaaUtysheepinthc handsof thecarOBsebutohera ; who supply we trade ^1,^4 »er ib. With the continued short supply of b&T ind thelavance of oooler^eather we SantioipttM attrisker market foV! prime ;ih6ep;*antfBdviBd graziers to holdtfack and not be BuidedbypresentquoKitious, which are'brougbt about by acombinotion of circumstances. Store SEee^'f Wnfies^BliiohSnal, and transactions'uuuted:

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

' The emigrants most 'sure to thrive are those who ' form their own plans, count their own taeSns, and raise their own'tooney?'1 We fird this 'passage 'iff, en article from the 'London Kmefe on the subject of pauper immigration,;^ ^subject which is'oreatf ing considerable aWentiOnih England at the present time. A perusal of the editorials of this London Press-would lead to the inferenoe'that 'pauperism ' in the mother country, particularly in the'east part of T.rtnrlnn -JiHrt nrrivAd \n -.li«i- Aor,*™, tWof-t* !c deemed necessary to devise some means whereby it '? may be alleviated* The remedy tnggasted bythe Times, Standard, and diner of the principal '*jour-; nals of England; is that ft -system of compulsory emigration should be adopted, or, in other words, that the pauper population Of the mother oounfaa.; should be drained into the colonies ?$ and the place mentioned as the most fitting destination. for this class is Australasia. . It is perhaps a difficult task to grasp the mag...

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 — 9 April 1869

''? MELBOURNE hTOCK. REPORT. , 1 DiiKADOv, Caiu-beli., ahd Oo. report prices for cattle at 15« per bead higher; 501b wethers are worth 14S. ' ? Povraa, RcTm«rpni-; ARO Co.-;«porH*e,»le)of 1000 heaa of cattle c«ui prices fe rattier be«Ar; ~\M beef is .'worth 35s pei- 100 lb«; sales Of (JhBep are dull, and pricel iftCher loVer^ l-est weuiSre Its. .. ' .. .,' ^ : ^. - ';

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

BtRTH. i CONSTANOE.— At her residenoe,, Cootralaritra, ?on the 24th ultimo, thewlfe of James Constance, of a daughter ajto oooma a*d BMKi]^ AtfvSTteftBES. *=??'? OQOMA, FRIDAY,' APRIL 9, -186&, ? .'

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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MR. GOLDWIN SMITH ON THE RESULT OF THE GENERAL ELECTION IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

ME. -K-L|)|yi|^5li^^!f-TJa:E EESULT .©F i?HffiWyGEifE|it ELECriON IN ?ft: ENO^D:!u'!if^ -. '. . ^P11 °t Y-v^*$llWa?i «4«tJ??sea«ie following letter to ^^^P^iewsp^eri-f^Sie detail^ of Ike English ?«ec(io^'have.^lengMfrea«hirfvtti8 remote and secluded ?spot, and t have the means of estimating the real character of that which was describedlfi-ttie telegraphic intell^enoe ** as a great Liberal tridmpL The victorv of weouii «k»mi to^SvOofflPlete,. The Hpuse of Commons will, to ail a|pea^ces, be' eren more Plutocratic than it was^efore; BS^fer;, the effept of the 'extended su&age in breaking through the monopoly of the governing class is zero. Nor -can« perceive Uie sughtestimprovement of any kino in ffie composiUon of the House. Scarcely a single young man of' promise has been depted. fl&ence audMe iSgti^.politicai culture are now less represented t£an before. Not a par ticle, so Jar as I can see, has been added afther to the brain or tdiKe neart of ParUamenl. Not the aig...

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 — 9 April 1869

Church of England Prayer Books. p-HURCII S|!EV,iqESyleganllj|S»ouna» vitb \_y and without clasps /.:' (:* , . ? MERCER'S CHU^H PSALTER^nd iTMS; BOOK, arranged by Mn Gobs; (composer to ^ her Majesty) ;r ^ '*'??:- -.''..^ '^ Psalms of Darit), in Metre, with Paraphrase* The llymnal, by the Eer. E. R. CJhope, B.A. HENEY & SPRING,- '? . ? ? , , Stationers and Printers, . -, ? ? '? Oooma. HEALTH FOR A SHILLING! HOLLO WAY'S PILLS. Headaches, Bile, Loss of Appetite, and Lownessof Spirits. 'TpHESE MIX'S require no interruption of tmelnfsB or, X pleasure, they act mildly on the bowels, strengthen1 the stninach, and promote a healthy action of &e hver, whereby they purify the blood, cleanse the skin, brace the' nerves, and invigorate the whole system. They effect a truly wonderfiil change in debilitated, constitutions, as they create a healthy appetite, Correct indigestion, remove bile, giddiness, headaches, and palpitation of thelieart. , Weakness and Xlcbility. In cases of de...

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 — 9 April 1869

Mb,. B. LIPSCOMB, Solicitor, 43*6., COGMA, 'Can ss CovemtsiD at bos Octiob, ? -,.'. SHARP-STREET,: OOOMA. E. MARGOSCHIS, THE ONLY WATCH Atf© CLO-3K MAKER . . ' : . . . ?. In ....????' .- COOMA, KfextDoor to Shannon's Hotel. 7DEPAIRS EXECUTED at the SHOETEST Jt\l NOTICE. CfcABGES MdBEHMS. Make no Mistake « NEXT BOOR to SHANNON'S HOTEL. PEARSON, ENGLISH, & PECK, STOOK'aUJ© STATION .AGENTS, ' : «il»l-sl«nd «t«ck BxcUttnge^ ; ?'? SALE, - V: ir ifiER&L 3LDVANCES on STOOK consigned Jj for eale. ? ? Account sales andtprooeeds promptlyTendered. Mr. PECK -will continue, as heretofore, to aot as AUCTIONEER for the disposal ot Horses, Cattle, Sheep, fee. AGENT AT gBRUTETEN— Mb. THOMAS J. STIRLING. -GOLDSBROUGH. HURT, & GO., 30, HUNTER-STREET, SYDNEY j R. GOLDSBROUGH & CO., 53OUHEE Aim William Streets, Melbourne ; ?^ LIVE STOOC AND STATION AGENTS, Sfcecp A Caxm^aiesnicn. If IBEBAL ADVANCES on WOOL for Sale or Jhi Shipment^ also, on LWE STOCK for Sale in Sydney, M...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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COOMA STOCK AND PRODUCE REPORT. MANARO MERCURY Office Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

coothI ST'o'ckM'D p'RdnucE 'report. 'MJS4i'BS'MBKtiirtiTl-JflK»-.-jnm«.n»^- - THF.nslias-Vicen a little more activity in the local stock market tiiis week than has been observable' fbr^ wmc' time . past, and reverxl trau-aclions «t lightly reduced rates have ?taken place. Oh Sloridiiy, ottlhe sale yards,' twenty head ; of cattle, pri!,ci.na,Ily milch cows wittecalves, were snld at 42s 64 per head ; thevwere,bowr-ver,iiivervpoorcondition, »ua unaer au circnmsrances the price realised must be considered favourable to the vendor. The quotations for fat stock may be takmi us similar to those named in our; last week's report,' but the supply continues very limited. In store -stock several laree mobs have moved off the stations inthis district for Gippsland during the past fort- , night, and two mobs Smtby .Messrs. W, Kiss and T.iBrown ' are Raid to'be in vgry good condition. Tho stocltowners of Manaroere ^ncing tsme cureful attention in-their trans- 1 'actions with this description olr s...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

MAIL AERANGEMENTS. ,. . n,, The following are the lioiirs of arrival and departure of the mails running Between Cootna and tUe piaffes hereunder named: — .. . , : . ; AEBrafAT jOOOlC*.-- v.; ; ?., 1T .. From Sy'dnef, Goulburn, Queanbeyan, Micalago— On S^un , dav; Wednesday, Friday, at 0.30 a.m.' .,' ?* ' TFfbm Delegate, Bombala,' KimitybeU-e-^Oii Mdtfday arid Thursday, at 5 p.m. ;.i:i'!','. ,; ??'=-?. *??' From Cathcart, Eden, Mcnmbula, Eega, andPanbula— On Saturday, at5 p.m. From Bombala via Uotiumlarftli-^On Saturday, »te p.m. From Kiandta, Ru&sell's, Adaminaby— Oh We'dnesday, at i^-m Snowy_itiver via BucSaey's Crossing,, Oegedzeriek, Jindabyljie, Woolway, Ooilnngdon-On Monday, at' S .. p-.Tn. r ? ' ?' '; ? :' - ??'' ????' From, Junction of the.UmaraUa/anu Kg Bauja Elvers— On , - Ihubday, at 5 p.m. ., ... , . . LEAVS COOMi— For Sf icalago, Queanbeyany Goulhurn,- Sydney-^On' Mon day, .Thursday, Siturdaj , at .6 p,m. . _- . ForNimitybelle, Bombabi, Delegate, Catncart— On Wed...

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 — 9 April 1869

A ' -- » .NOTICED :?;; ???!?? :?? .«?' \'.- TT is particularly requested that .payArregulantyaii the . be notified at the Office with as 1'ttle delay as possible, in order that steps may be taken to nrevent a reco'ienoe of the fanmyaMse. ;t ,:,.i, .-?/.;.;??,./,.: . MANARO MERCURY ACCOUNTS. ?\TTI;l-^tp notify to onr. constituents .that, the' AC- , TV CODJSTS.for the quarter ending . MaroUi), 186&, have bfeendiily rentlered. and ASfi IJOw DTOfe. tve*nbpe: those Wtj bavereceiTOd Wieirs Trill ''cither remit'-' direct tt- Fettle ipith theadvertiBeS agents fiEfloon-af' possible. 'Xhese i account are small when taken separately, .but make a large sinh in the agj^jate; and'ttisof great importance' to us ta£p Should be promptly liquidated, as pot gqfendt- ! tire isyerypreat and constant.- ? ? .?: i- . : -U accounts eighteen months in arrear, unless settled ?within one month from this date, n 'U be placed *n {he hands 6f a 861icitor for recovery. ?' :: '?' - HENE¥ & SPKDT&...

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MR. GLADSTONE AND No. 666. A MARVELLOUS DISCOVERY! [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

MB.jatiADSTONE AND Wo 666. '. , . 'A MMi'VEt'LOBS SDtSOOVBEV 1 Tub Bbv. Thomas HcSAJito e*Eao, jh.a.., uitrate w ^oto l£y, near Birmingham, lias discovered that the new Prime MhiiBler is the writable Beast of the Apocalypse. The «ortesponaent*-f the Uominf Arfwrtfeersaysthe foUowing are the BeV. Mr. Gregg's unmntilated remarks upon the subjeotV— :-??-' ? in the tJreek-larigoage, as some of my readers are aware, «.**- lot+f.™ renramnts a certain number. For example, in that verse (fcev. *iii., J6), where we find 'let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast, for it is the number of a Mali, and Us number iB'sii hundred three score and six.' There, in the original, the number 666 is expressed *y letters; thoseaettere representrngthisTartiou. lar number. The' same number, however, can too repre seated by different combinations of letters, and so we Bud that the JbllofftngGicek letters {whioh I write in English, that all Jnay nnderstand) represent the sumbeis which, wTen...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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