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LONDON MUSIC HALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

LONDON M0SIO HAIiiS. 'John PtimftEB,'* in Ws article to lb» S. M. Herald under the fcead of ' SwAA Affairs in England,15 giv«s tn« following in sight into tbe character of certain of the Lon don Mosic Halls and minor Aeattes, together will ithe nature of various publicatfans:— The 'Girl of the Period * having- had more than an ordinarv share of notoriety, even to forming a theme for flash songs, song by yet flasher vocalist dancers at tbe various raosic halls «nd public-house concert rooms, the Dail$ 'Telegraph has called the ' Toung Iffan of the Period' on to the stage, for the purpose of undergoing an equally dose public Bcrotiny. Of course, the primary object was to get op a ' sensation,' our contemporary loves fioch labour vibe actual resoll was to ?bow tbat ihe dandiBed ; youths who^uightly haunt our casinos and stroll aboat the streets after gaslight art by no means the real young men of the period. That their notnoer is so large is a fact to be deplored 5 that their ranks an ...

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 — 9 April 1869

??:v -..'? ™^!NSMITif ' !«v ' ??' - ??:-.. ?'?? ??'?? \-y-Us6 A ? : :':;.'.?;.. . - ?' ??- iiioiv worker, ??????? ? ? '''?? i AT MaitaGSGHlS' OLD' STOEE, : :;.;i;i;:;'«1;-i;;t6dM».:'-;:i; ?-?;, '. .' IRIPAIES 3NEATLT iEXEDtWED .WETH - ! '?/,...,..:. .JDISPATC^, ,,,,;. ;;.__, .„: '''?._; i f|b§^pracgSrOTOjjtES, ?'. V ' ]]§t -tit A«t ii^fe^o tPir; ;:s£ j-ii^ '?-V. '? EXPIRATION -GF~IiEASE. ? ? ?' :m -wehbis& mow Btrsfid&r us ' ? ' ?(:?' ; 1'iv-fj .i-il'i-.OOOMliv :-'.'? 'I'-; ?-:.'' M.': nt- JE0S to THiafffe MS1 nHWioroiiis'^JielKls'and JD| iQHuttmvn, Ubti' the -PubHb 6MXew-it(Atii ijDi8triotsiri;igeneral,+; for.;itbji - liberal ipBtronefrfe ,.bpBtbi[red jipmr him ^hiliit |in jbi^ftess!; r«o^i«n; conseq'iep.ce of the LEASE of, hie prefprj.t, Jgugip^eag' PEEMISES ' fe^he./ffiarfce^ijiiaM'EXPiEWGr '' «n «ie irtbeTOtiEfil flekt; %na Haying' enured' into another brflnohpfbosinesB, he h&g d?termirie'd ? *4j OLE AE iQ!7^ THB;WHOL5! of hh tfiiheawre J^fOOfL- of, every...

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

,' !?« MEBmBtJLk SHIPPING. ? *' ' i ? _*aanrAi: -:. ?/.?i'.,.i -j.- iw.'it Aflkih l.-T-HnntBi!, s,,,JQa.pWin Sulhyan, , from,-,Sy44ey, Tassengms'-.'Mrs'. ^'ChSppin,' WV. ThbmsTSe^ife Woms', ?Messrs. Burke, Manning, Dawson, Poluck, ehd- 18 iH 'die stearager— — r- -*^ — ??...::.??'„??? : ? .- ? --— . ? - '''' , DEPABTUBB. n )''r' , t^pril 8— Hunter, s.',' Captain ' Sullivan', for Sydney. Passengers !? Meters,' Cbishplm, £o!luer,.Maiinittgj *nft ? iti theswerago. ... Huhter, s., f m Sydney :-iron :safe,cs .gin,, hlid. rumj bid ale, 2 cks ale; Q.'.Cphen rcs.tUes, .tkbeer,, 6 cs brandy, hh4 rum- ce gin, ca cloves, 2 cs beer,, i^bgs salt, Haiii.aric Son ; j2 kg nails, hx glass,.drum bil, St grindstones, cs'axes, 2 cask sundries, pdl ^an's, keg paint/ 2 cases, 6, boxes .'soap, ck oatmeal, csk vmegar,;* . J-eh tea,'2 cs kerosene, i-brl Ueitrings, 1 currants, -t-g rock salt, 2 bx.plunis, 'cs sardines, , 1 sundries; SO bg flour; cS iimejuice, OHyer; ,' bdl, 2 b|s dra pery,cs, Sattler; 5 bg^oi...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO AUSTRALIAN PICTURES. A TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY OF CAPTAIN COOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

TWO AUSTRALIAN HOTUBES. ' A TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY OF CAPTAIN COOK. [Br F. S. Wiwon.] Scene I.— Hit Landing of Captain Cook, '1770, FiEEOEiT sang the white-lipped surges; and tbe eohos of their thunder - ' i Fled among the rugged caverns glaring --on the restless main; ? And the craggy headlands, by the jealous wares, ?were kept asunder, TAke the gulf which parts for ever friends who may aot meet again. ' But tbe quiet bays, those cliffis defended, sparkled in their splendour; And the surf-drops spread their -silvery network o'er the dazzling sand — Where, like loving speeches, formed of accents, O ! ?bo sweetly tender ! , Came the pleasant sound of -waters meeting-with; 'the willing land. . ? ?1' Shone the-Bunin-noomlBy glory, -while 'the white. clouds hung between it And the earth, where light and shade 'in fond embraoes aeem'd to-clingy 'A nd a pleasing darkness fell athwart the -florae, as if to screen it With a chtwtened'baHity— 4iktf tho-sbadow of an angel's wing. u. Prom the g...

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 — 9 April 1869

?''?''I ? ?;j:;yr^flt^!fT;::l-^, V\f ANTED an ^.f&^ent^&OOU- . Apply to yV GrEOEGE COHEN, : ! , ' '' '?'''? Oooma Hotel. W'ANTED -TEAMS TO LOAD JVDE MB- '' ,?'.;; ri . . . C. H. WTTTON, .,-. ? ? ,',ot-''' ;:i'!i ????:': ' ':Ne±t tO Margosohis. ;? 4 TT^NTEP,»';MAN sbletodrire.bullpoks.iido: — f-V after stock, and make liimgelf generally usefijL Eeferenpes required. . . , , . ' -Apply perebnally br by letter to ? : !l'' ! p. LAMPE, ','?? . : ' ????'' ; ' ! ''??lWbirip), ' . ' :' Tumut IMPOUNDINGS. iTMPOtrNDED at NIMITYBELLE, on the X 30th day, of , :March, . 1869, , frpni Dpngeloijg, bv Mr. Henry Wallace.' Driving, 6d. per heads — l-^flajuMfirej'^ppjifentiy broken in,. starj4iko - ' ?\ ;' JP or uniigtinguJBhable brand on the near ,../. ; 6Tiouldqr,.like; 2 nearneokj.oriike J; back- ' '' . . . wards, about 8 years old, 16 hands high .'H2— Black, Colt; .hind, feet white, like «ng (the riin ; JB conjoined) with i- under oh , shoulder, ,.,,u ' iBlittndsJijghi'BWut Shears o...

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 — 9 April 1869

We may sound a thousand praises — we may tune a thousand songs, :-. ?'??.,/.. But to hero-efforts better, deeper praise than this' belongs] ''?'.*«?;.. E'en while they tremble'on our lips,- our words but live to pass away, sr _ And the stone which bears « herd's name must « i : crumble 'to decay. ,, ' But, my country, let xw prove— while willing Memory backward darte rs foe neorSL ofbmvB actions'thm for eoerln

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

* This was the actual reception of the gnat navigator, who Outs describee the -4roum8tanoe:— 'As ooonaSwe approached 4be Toctra, two of tbe men caine down upon tfiem to dispute our landing, and Uie rest ran away. . . Theyt^mnJidMd ttejr weapoDe, and seemea resolved to defend thdr coast to tbe uttermost, though thev were but two, and we were forty.' I could aot but adinire their courage,'

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

A HEARTLESS SWINDLER. The Murrurundi correspondent of the Maitland Mercury relates the following:— "Last Thursday, a buggy, driven by a female, stopped at the resi- dence of one of our medical men, who asked if the doctor would look at a person in the buggy who   was on her road from Bingera to Newcastle for medical treatment. The doctor saw the invalid   and at once said that she was dying, and that she   must be taken to some house, or she would die in   tbe buggy. Mrs. Woolcock, who lives near at hand, most kindly took her into her house, and had her placed in her own bed. It was then known   that the sick person was Mrs. McDowell, of Bin- gera, widow of the late Mr. Samuel Turner. As soon as Mrs. McDowell had been put to bed, every- thing was done for her that was directed by the doctor, but she died in about two hours. Her husband, who pretended to be in a fearful state of grief, called in an undertaker, who was a...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE BRIBERY COMMITTEE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 16 April 1869

.' '?. '?'? /DHPiiBjRIBEEYt^^lMiTTEB IN According to th* representations of a portion of the Press of yicjpTJii, the eleciioti which .-took place pat Ballarat,, bh.^atiirday -last, ..?muffr have/covered '.the 'wio&y.witbj-disgrace.. ; If : »he procedure ?of* the Sfc leer Committee -of ' '.Cotnnlaint 'were s\eb as to deserve public cons 'idejice ; andif the conclusions tirairn Trpm- the evidence elicited in the course of, their! '-^Inquiries were irrffragible,' the conduct of the 'electors of ^B&llarat in returning Mr. -Jones' agaius'-WSS^-wbuld be, indeed; a desperate ' ??act of 'self-degredation'that must reflect 'im- measurable discredit on the 'colony, . If representatives . who give and accept ? ?bribes' for votes ;on 'measures affecting *the, ; public interest *re welcomed 'hack : by.their( .-^cbnsfmrtnts on appealing to them for, -e. -eiectlon,*U is hopeless to seek a -remedy for' . -public corruption, If the heart of the people . - ;be unsound— if villainy is ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE QUEENSLAND SLAVE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 16 April 1869

THE QUEENSLAND SLATE TRADE; It is not many weeks ago since' a public meeting was held in Sydney, presided over by his Worship the Mayor, Jo take into considera tion the^buse which had crept into the system of obtaining the South Sea Islanders for the * plantations of Queensland. The results of that meeting was that a petition was for warded for presentation to the Parliament sitting in Brisbane in which were enumerated several cases of kidnaDDinir which' hart lummt notorious, and praying that the government of that colony would step in and prevent the the establishment of a species of slavery as objectionable and cruel as that which the British nation spent millions of money to abolish Although the Queensland Parlia. ment has passed an Act to regulate the intro duction of Polynesian labourers into that col ony it is a notorious fact that its provisions which may look very stringent and impartial on paper, have never been adhered to, and that the South Sea Islanders have been entrapp...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 16 April 1869

NEW ZEALAND. We have received Auckland papers to tbe 27th March,- per Albatross. The news from the East Coast is very discouraging: Tbe New Zealand Herald of March 27th says : — The Arawas, under Major Mair, are apparently tiding rusty, and Major Mair has been obliged to fall back on Opotiki. As the Tauranga cavalry have gone out to support the Major, the arrival of our little corps of artillery will be very opportune. ' TAfcBANOA, Sunday, Mareh 21.— The story of this atrociously ^old-biqpded affair is soon told, and is quite in keeping with kin AtlvAl* ' *i Afro aP tlin mnno»An *TVi TTaA4-i vub viuui hvvq v» vuo uiwuovgi \ jli? #&wuuii The particulars were cop veyed , by one of the tribe named Rangitaiki, . who was the only one who escaped (how* does not appear) to recite the awful fate of his friends: On Thursday, March 18, Te Kooti with '& party of 300 crossed the Rangitaiki River from the Hauban settlement at Te Wbaiti, called Tauaroa, wherethe enemy is encamped,...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ADVENTURE WITH INDIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 16 April 1869

?AH A.ii v iiirri) &i£ vv ri'ITTStDlAW. I succeeded in extracting: the following narrative (aays a contributor to Cassell's ? Magazine) from one of the survivors of the Indian attack wbiob was made on the United StateB Overland Mail Coach,, while passing through the territory of Colorado, in July, 186? :— It was a glorious day, : * and we were spanking along at the rate of * fourteen miles an hour upon the hard road tnat winds among the lowermost slopes, of tbe Rocky Mountains on the Kansas side. We had a team of six horses, splendid 'fellows to go — the best perhaps that ire had picked up anywhere on the journey from California. There were seventeen passengers,. most of us insides; and as the , Indians were known to be hostile, there was a guard of sight United States soldiers, armed with muskets, on the roof of the * coach. So that, with the driver and bob doctor, we made up a party of twenty, seven. We had no lady among us, -and it was weli we had not. We were mostly men ...

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 — 16 April 1869

.;.?'? - . ;,? notice. ' ... , 'WrE EESPBCTPULLT BEG 'TO GIVE Vy ; NOTICE thet Alit OVERWUE ACCOpjVTS NOT SETTLED on or before the 1st MAY will be placed in the liaaflaof our-splicitor and payment enforced. ''.'''. ',';.'.', , .'; .' '.'!' H1NTON. 5ROTHEBS. . .Aprii.l^0869.;. ..'? ;!, .;;.'.' ....... . ?':-.:,! \.i I1MPOUNDINGS. '?;?. Vv, IMP6tnU3)El)Tt COOMaV on the 8tb day of 'Aprl|i-.18e9,3irH-iri Odoina Greet, by«rdert»f Patrick BBrtley.Esqll Driving, 6d.i— , ? Browri Mare, a;E or aE,on the near shoulder, .... broken in, fl.4 hands high. ..' '',, . ,. . Also, f inpoiinded on the 13th day of April, 1869, frorn Co'oirjaOreek'l Driving,' 6d.i— '-?'? Brotvn Horse, PH near ehoalder. .If fcot released, will be sold on THUSSDAT, the 29th, a«ty, of, 4pr»l, 1869, ,: .-,.. !: OHA.TMjB.8 WAjLTJffiKB, Foundkeeper. I' MPbnNDED Bfc OQOMA, on the 14th day of 'April, 1669, ''froin Ooolringdon, by order of W. uWallace,.;Esq; Driving, 6d. eadh? Entires, J.Qs. each s— ?--,;!. ?: n, '.:? 2 - 1::.r:...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 16 April 1869

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. A slightly improved demand was noticeable at the wool (Sales h/ld (mffhursday, )SWKa.r-By fiby change as regarded ?priois., Owr7003iales*n'erb diBpOteii of j£t the following gates :'--Sciiured, Sjd to^ld^ fleece, SBJd.io -;13Jd ; greasy, 3}d to 5jd: Sheepskins brought late tates. -Annexed are particulars of sales : — '^'.Tavrtx'XitD'TirtMsii.— AMC,'*e fleece at ISM': 'Warden, 53 at 123d, 10 skirts at 3d, 2 locks at 5jd, 1 mried At '7id ; TC, 13 fleece at lQid ; JK, 4.3 at 10|d^ TI over 'iiL, 10 at Ud, 1 mixed at J|d,.l locks at |ifa;.F-I,ovo,r ^ijpend, 6 scoured at 9|d ; R in circle over1 PBB, 19 at 9fd ; TG con joined, IS fleece at 10M, and 26 bales in small lots. 8 lots ?flheppikine brought 2ji-ta'4idporlb ;.peltflj^d to lid.. ... Woht-ujuCo.— ARover2.in heart, 14 fleece at 12M; BE. 20,itlld,4hanplWfl8hed-t 9d, 2 lock's at 6}d; WLS, ]8at lZjd, 5 piecra at 6Jd ; JT.'7at'12d; JN, t scoured at 21d, 1 at 13Jd ; Mc^yer S,,12 flcece-atlljd, 1 clippings at 2Jd ; JsR, 1...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERIMBULA SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 16 April 1869

[ :;,-.). mq&SBULA. 8HlEPINGi ; ; v' W . - A&filVAL. ? -.. ?? iAPiin.'Sl.'--Hiiiiter,- s;, ' Captain -'Suliivaa, ' tram Sydqey. ' Passengers: ,Mrs.-.Jfinldns, Messrs. Honwood, Cameron, . iWhjte,T£|lljr p), aames^ Campbell, and 13 in the steerage. ' ;*. April-ill)— Hunter, s^| -Captain Sullivan, for Svdney. PflssohgerB: Messrs^Bauer, Bniit)tiors,ip'ATeflli-6iriiQi,'«id ; -^Huilteft-s;; i»*n Sydney1: 5 cassstrult, €. Spears^s bag': flour, OH i^l6ibdls}-oxes,5s,;niat.sugarJ)43bagsTnaiz8,7 Munn ; iawiBundries, 1 confectionery, 1-Sardines, 1 jams, 7 tnats»4|»Bgaiit'12 bg ricc;« onions, 5teaJih, 40 |sck«6uV, 'I box, t sj cms, 1 plums, IP soap, pkg tobacco, 2.Jdjst tea, 2,, Kg nails,' wnaon ,'it mj sugar. * aaxoa, o Bg salt, 1 nanais box soapM. tobacco, 1 pipes,,pkg iresitas, 734sck fionr, bdle, . cs varnM, 2 Steel, 1 handles, ck fuze, W- G. Thompson ; ; 2 , «s, 8 earlflnes, Soysters, 1 'matches ? 4 Jch tea, bdlcmp ovens ( J. Uds 2 Mn pots, 4kBgs« jiajls } lead, ok currant»...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 16 April 1869

? : , .. ^YpyET STQPK RE20ST. Goi.CSBliotMa.TCrtlT.'A'HD Oo.^-Fat Cattle: Only'taBmall supply, and prices firm at last week's ? rates. Best beef realising fully 25s per 100 lbs. As the bulk of the lots in. and about SydneyrarB- jn ?tbe'hantis of the dealers, wedonot expect much alteration' for the ti^x^two or three weeks. Fat rCaJvesg5* jnoderate supply; prices range .from 126 6d to 30S. , Fat SucCp'S' ThE'bttsinesf of fine week has been' pretty well confined to the carcasetrade ; no sheep coming forwara diietinwm: graziers, prices' still rule Jaw, mutton'beingcar cased at the AbbaJAoirs at 1 Jd per lb. 3?hero is,' however, ho difilcUltyin getting good 'heavy -weiprhts sheep tt-ftir rates . We shall offer this weekaflock of MesRrs. Christian's from their well-knownWalholloWstafidn. ' PatXftmbs : In Rood demand. ? We- sold one.lot from 10s fld to 15s. Store SWckYLittfeorndtWriBdome.'--' -: — ? ? wre

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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A BRIDGE IN COOMA WANTED. (To the Editor of the Manaro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 16 April 1869

ilBBTDGE IN OOOMA TPTANTED^ . ' ' '.; (To -thc Editor of the Manard Mercury.) ?? Era,— Every resident in Manafo, and .oVery 'carrier and ? other traveller leaving Cooma for Sydney, 'must feel the great necessity of a biidge over the creek in SUaxp-street, , near the -4-33ig Drum.' Kow'that the winter season is fest . approaching, I will, ^ith your leave, call the attention of Mr. Pbtlbcn to the matter. X 'believe the Government' profese'io take particular %are ot all -main roads' passing through any township; but perhaps'the late 'Government, ' jn, framing the Estimates, were not aware-that (here issuc|i ? a place asCooma, or perhaps thfi- title-hnating ex-Premier , was ndt pver-fiindoftis once-loved constituency of Manaro. TJfi'uselessto%rawflienotioeof Parkfes'*1 vdtingmaaiine*' ' to the matter ; now flikt ,»' SetsyV istnockea itttoi coekek '? hat, '--ur: member's' dignity would , not jaltow; him toe ^pply to the Minister for Works'of & -popular. Mipistry, io devote a sipa...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 16 April 1869

???0&P8L4NJ) .STOCKxREBORT. FrAKSON, KNGLisn,.AilT)'l*CK.'-As large numbers of fat cattle are leaving every week for Melbourne and realising fair prices, the.inq\iirits for #r«s; are Miore numerous and prices art firm. The recent rains have done an immense amount of good to the eountty. Very few cattle have come to hand late^ ..We have sold Mr. E. O'Rourke's, from SugRanBuggan,'ot£3.16s ; ttndtovJ,' O'Rourke's. from BlackMpunJain, at £3 12s6d. Mr. John Campbell's dipi trictrBrea'steers sold at £s 156. tlows, .'from '£& 5s to £8 Well-bred large-framed bullocks would fetch £4 at once' The short supply fcom Hanaro h#B hadtheettectof sendine buyers elsewhere. One lot of 800 is on the road over ttie {Jubbofrom-WaeB^anda Gippsliuid . buyer is insnectine andthdrloUot^OOripar-Hiere, Wc*0uld a&vise anf of our constituents having bullocks , fit to travel to start at once Store Sheep : We have sold full-mouthed wethers at 4s and ewes at 2s 6d.to 3s.— Sale. Ginpsland. Ap...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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A RUMOUR IN COOMA. (To the Editor of the Manaro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 16 April 1869

, . A-ETTMbJlJE IN CObllA. . ; (Tb.t-temitorefff,e.ManaroJlercuruJ 'Sisy-It Mving been rumoured about Cooma that my cluld died through eating the Tieeds of 'Wo bdxes olimatches, I will kindly ask yba to contradict -that report. 'My little bordiea^onTuesaayla«t,anawasattendedbyDr Davidson, who has certified ihat the cause of . deceased death was 'obnvnlsions.' The 4itt|B- sufferer 'hid. been ailing, for sortie time past 'from 'Ms fecth, which 'he got Very liardl Both V-3/Garter and 'myself feel jriuchagferieveii 'that -we sbiulfllre deemed so careless as to suflar euch a iarg6 quantity o^matohes .to bo eaten by our little one, and pep'pl^ ^ught to have more regard for our -feelings ere they 8pr£adEuch a';rumour as ;the one alluded ..to* t'Sinowing that your columns are ever open, '? even to the poorest man in the district, to reSress any grievance,' 'I enclose the followmg certiflcate of my boy's death :— ' -.:? .''?'--?- ?? ?:? 'Coom», 7th April, 18«9. ^'1 certify that I attended An...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 16 April 1869

:. MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Dalmabov Casipbell and Co. report prime beef at'30s nor 100 lbs.,-and 301b.'wcthers&'tr3s.ieach. : . ' . P Poiveb, EUThSBfdiiu, anb Co. report the sale of 980 head oT' cattle (at an ridvanceof :SOs cachi and J4.000 sheep at an advance of 2s piT .head. Merino wethers, light weights 12s; croEs-brecdb14sto 18s. . .'. '

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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