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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 — 23 April 1869

'-./ LATEST SPEGIAli TELEGRAMo f,...I -!-! -i ? /,- ??: .SYDHEY, ihuradayJByeninev '? \ 'Br.ihe'laStma'U'hu'lExc^ency the, (fcvernpr 'has received; ' *a ^espa'toh trom'ilie'lmperial tioternmeiit ajiproTing of Jus . '? ^cohautt in refusing te dissolve the' AssemUyat^heiequest -,'0f.theiateMinJstryi' ;tr,i;.tiii r;. ?..-. -??-?;?. ; ' , . In the firslilnniups of ihe. intercolonial Oricket Match ,. -theNew£outh.Welshm(Bn«re,Bllputfor37, andjthe^iE torkns for SS.^ ^: ?:'-r,'~'.y-'~ ..' '.. ,.? ? .. .,.., I c^*' Tfie ^loferiaA hOT?'#on. 1&e ^l6Trietot«rioieiBiBitphr 1 C'Writ&dnewkettbsp'faei''!: '.V ?'''?. ' '.' ' ? ' '' There is no betting on the BandwickKaces'. ': ?? *.' ?- ; r.s .aie^dWctiptoJiaTe^beensold^ot^Sq.:' » c , Nevr .insolvents.— ^orge E«ynolds, -of york-street,.1boot : ? Jnanufftotarer;, Jolmfiniiih, bf^Bathiirst;' . ' . ? ' Ii;c fjo,; lifil --:i'-i^m^i^lWaai^:mriitte} - ;-.,???' At In«kno» 1000 tonSot stone fromTParieriSEeet'yielded , 13S4ois.4« dwttfi.- ff...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GAZETTE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

'i&A^ETTB ISTEtiLIGrENOB. We extract the following 'items of local interest from the '&oto&M-ient &Uzeite: — PeeStission to PiteChase.— The undermen tioned persons will be permitted to purchase, under the 8th clause of -the 'Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861, the portions of improved land specified against their respective names. The purchase money must 'be paid into 'the. Treasury within three months from. the 16th instant under the ubusI penalties::— ... . .,. ....''. ikAMiao 'DistEict. .' Aldxanaer litcDohald, Sonior, 4 acres, tarish of Nifliity . . :belle ; appraisedfalti?,,iiii;luBivoof deed fee, &&. Willi^inQTahaqie.E acres,, at the Sluejlewood Station, iFryinppan 'Oroek ; appralsea value, mcliifiive di 'deed - 1*'illiain-5rahama, ft abres, iparish pf iBucUnaerra-; appraised ., -...value, inoJj?nyjBitrfdeealbe,S6j ,,. ] ? ; .;: ... : : EtftoOAtraOHV— The temporary reservation from sa^e of ibe portion of 'land 'hereinafter, descr...

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 — 23 April 1869

-THE GROVER AND BAKER N .SEWING MACHINE COMTPAHT, ' 'WITH GREAT SATISFACTION, announce -?? that they have reeentlyjiad the honor of ?upplyingjwo of. their Elastic-Stf teh Family Sewing Tflacttines TO HEB MAJESTY THE QUEEN, And that «t the PARIS EXPOSITION, 1867, the ?Cross of the JLeglpn pt Jfqnour Was Conferred jupon the 8EPEESENTATIO! ,»fthe ? , ' Grover &c Baker's Machines. N.B.— ft is being Bdverti^a that a Contemned rary Sewing Machine was awarded the , QQLD jMEDAL at jbfae late Exposition at Paris_j ,but at the Office of the {SEpTip & Qa^bb S.M. Co., §Q, ColliBB'istreei, Melbourne, may be seen b.iOERfified oopt of the OFFICIAL AWABP LIST oy tHE IMPERIAL COMMISSION. Which shows that ' ftp Gold intedal was Awarded . ffo ANJ SEWING MACHINE Wbltbtb* THE GBOYEB & BAKEK J3.M. CO. hajpe appointed ? fiBNEy & SPRING, Ageptp for M,anarp District ?..TbAiQfiV^60^ of Mftnaro are invited to inanont IVp Cabinet Sewing MaoMnep i ?juit »d«ved by a & S.,-...

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 — 23 April 1869

? ??-??????'???? ?'?' ?\^ipTi^tw,!;&iD^;^'.'.'i:' ?,:.?'. r~, ? — ? - - ? -^GOOMii; -.— ??——'--' ' ? ?. ??. ?: ?' ????' -' 'bhabp-stbebt, coqmav ' ~7 /ehe-onl^ watch and ^clock maker' .' ,/;..,.,.,.. . .: ,.,?: .? ???^???????- - -??:- ii.-; ???;:_-- j ;?.:' ? Xext »i»or ftp Slianvoui;® rt«tel» . ~T) EPAtRS' EXECUTED at 'ini SHORTEST.; JA* NOTICE., i Chabges Modbhate.' ' '.'. '), J. ' ? . '. Make^no Mistake ?*??? :-» -i;^:' ;f :',. - &EXT DOOR fo SHANNOSf'S SOTEL. ;,;.:,'?.,:.:, ,.; SpJpSTiSfra^Sn-J ;,: ?; j'-' ? 'TINSMITH, AND;,;l^l^a^^,yJ ;'.; ''''?'?'AT^KtfoscHis'oiii). stoke, ^v j ?-?' ? ; ? ? ' ,;;r ?;;;^, ;COOM^'^;;;:1 .; ; - -'?' iREPArRSIS^ATLYE^CUTEp'WltH ' ;. :;. ./'?.... V. ,, dispatch, i.^ ..??..???? ?''?; PEARSON, ENGLISH, & PECK, ; ' STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, Ciippslaaid Stock Exchange, ' . ., : V-SAJL&'-'. '?:'?;?/ ; T IBEBAL ADVANCES on STOCK consigned .JLj for«ale. ' ' Account *ales andproceeds promptly rendered. , i&ir. PECK w...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOMA STOCK AND PRODUCE REPORT. MANARO MERCURY Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

CpOMJ. STOCK ^IfDPSOJDUCSSEPOBT ' ; ' -. : . : » : Majiaeo Mbbouet Office. Thii,™w oikcb our.Ustrepprtfwif «oy twnactionsin atockhare taken pW yet *ew.is*' feir demand &r mixed mobs of PilVforaebackstetonsin tteastriot on and S Border, but quotaUons W not increased, the rate ruling maybetaken«frpm#2Ss.|d.to ^lOs.deUvered atZ r^^^^^^^^-TPOorlysnppUed .™T:,~. «««. ^»»^«ooflpnme,bulloBksW-,nlawaKll9 tar rates, say from £? lOs. to *7 per head ;' but aTthl w T IP*-*!*** for «» Gippsland nmkeT We hear ihereis a vervmod *«?,?.„?/!_ ^ _,. . tons in tte owtnet Uve oommenoedto shoot tte toris on theruns. Inthe produce market a slight change hasted place since out Jast, and havhas a^JlJL. ^ 7^ at £5 per ton but require £7 to «. if deuyered ^f^ «ta^ though scarce, ha* also a downward fendencT and Lmay.^?Vo.tea»tfrOm4s. ^ to^s. per SU8he^ Cr8«n Sydney and adjoining districts. . fotatos are new sold at SpS^--ind8^to6emore *«**-* *T J!2

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

—~ ?? -r MAIL AERiNaBMENia. Tbb fcUowtagaretkehflStrsifarriSd and departure of the *,^n^.^'^«?i,^ffa an^^eJ,h«^b4rtnnd5S -^7?^n5J./v-^«t.i^'1-' ?f;1-'- ?_?*?* i-**. ? ? '--? '?? !-'^- '- L ???*' '? ' * ?- ! From 8yfoeyxto\ubu^(lue^)ey^ Sun4 B$SJ§S25* -!^?Btok,1llroolway, Jindabjie, Budtl V O^S^?i.^&^Jatod»'»^I^ers- ^'nie^^1nW:b*»r'J!n mind «iat letters ana papers &r in^Lf^* °*le ? opS- for^very ftop 9 a,m. ^T 6p m* ..'h ABErjTE i.T B0HBAW. — '^ftdat ?SW'1**-! .^.^un^ Wednesdfiy and Kj(^,y, atJB p^n. «''«»n«*ni . ? . ? ? ' XEAVB BOMBAEAi —

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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LOUISA GROVE'S VISIT TO THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

LOtJISA GROVE'8 VISIT TO THE PRINCE. : We take the following from the Singleton. Times , of Wednesday i— ^' 'We were, somewhat surprised' to read in our Sydney Contemporaries that his ' Royal Highness maintained an apparent determine- f tion not to see the sable lady who had come' all the ' way from Armida)e to have an interview, with him. Indeed, we imagined that the Prince, in his own good humoured way, would have been very glad to have has tbe opportunity of conversing with a %-ona fide accomplished aboriginal lady who could road French and play the piano, and we felt -satisfied . tnac BOinetmng was out ot joint when, we read of; the interesting 'raveller 'loitering about the gates of' Government House, determined at least to see, if not permitted to speak with, the Duke. Tlie following paragraph from the Arntidnle Telegraph, . however, explains all, and more : — ' We have heard ' muoh from time tc time of -unscrupulous persons, imposing themselves upon the public for. what they ...

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 — 23 April 1869

'By our 'latpst exchanges -We are: in receipt of two .important items of intelligence from Victoria- — ' important in the highest, degree 16 thoBe miners; end others -who are located on and near the'Border,; inasmuch as both items convey the pleasing and; encouraging intelligence that steps, bo'th private - end public, are abputtq*i)e taken to 'develop tie mineral resources of those ' localiUet, ana whipbT ; will undoubtedly prove tlie richest field in Manaro1 and Northern SKppsland. We 'find ilso that 'Mr.' 3T. I'. Smith, a member of tbeTjctorian Assembly for Gippslandj Las given notice of his intention to ask the Minister for Lands in Victoria if any fteps are 'being taken' id open that part of the country': of 'Northern Gippstnnd, lying between the Snowy River and the presumed boundary line of New ' South 'Wales. This will, no' doubt, form the stepping stone in, deciding that knotty point— and '- one of paramount importance, not alone to the ?Victorian Government, but also to the...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE DIVINING ROD. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

„ .?~£mj&mrnw%m&fc-::r^ poux interesting :parlffjuiar?ip^*a;hisJiiufcgeot. pave 'reached Ms'f-^UJwrjf Banner) from a^term^njen^j man resident at Jiadefa. .He'saye ihat the efficacy ofrthe dinning'-rod is generally 'looked u'pou as V : well-established fact in G«rh3any, 'and ?ampngUlle agricultural ^electors from that country ^hor have -eHled,Jn Ihis district, Insouie instances; it : has been used be fore«electang Jand for farming purpoW.';, The land thus referred' to' tly our ?correspondent^ was -avoided i-y free «eleotors as 'being destitute of ? water, but was lately taken, up by Germans, wira ' assert that they Aseertained% the divining-rod that plentiful -streams of water were diidden under 'the. unpromising surface of the land. The rod is said to .work in anybody's hand, and lo 'be in no way indebted for its -virtue to the individual who holds it. The essential thing to' be observed is that the rod (a two-pronged or bifurcated twig) must bejeut from new. wood of...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

' .- .. .DEATHS. .' .?''? ' | r JTcDONALD— On the' 6th instant, at the residence of his Eon-in-law, Mr. DonaHJCampDefl, in the sixty-eighth! year of his age, John McDonald,' ah old and respected; resident of Manaro, much regretted by his wife -end. family, and-a large circle of friends. ,:May ' 'he rest in peace. ... \ 'BOSS— At Tillicoultry.'tllattanannansWre, 'Scotlaiid, ' tm' February 2, 1869, Mary Patereon, aged 73 years, relict' of the late William Boss, of that place, and mother of 'WiUUm Bobs, Oooma. -.,'... AND COOMA AND B0MBAI4. ADTEETISETB. ; ?UOOMA, FRIDAY, APEIL 23, 1869. \\

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE BITER BIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

THE BITER/BIT. In a cerfain office of a certain town, which -shall be nameless, tlie following tragedy, comedy, farce, or melodrama— we scarcely knoifr'whioh^Twas lately jjerformed stith^tartWig'effisct^to1 one of the dram* aK» persona:, :— jjeene, a iawyer*s office ? 0% Gam mon, the lawyer, sitting at desk $ enter client (aa Italian). .Lawyer :' %pd day? pray be seated.' Clients *»Mewaht filo'mv— what-you-may-call-it.' Lawyer : «'Oh1 rkriowi'y'mi'r Medirle.'';' Client : 'Yes.?; . Lawyers*' Whatare your liabtlities, and ..wboareyour.flreditors'?'. Client sfyMyhater, my butcher, &e;n , tiawyer : ', What.assets havfi you ?' Client : *c Mehavea pu'ddling-machine, a dam, &c.' ?lifi'taryer'1! ? x' Havp ; ^du no, money T'. (A pause.) 'Come now, tell the'truthf' : Client (reluctantly), -yveu, meftflvea little.' Lawyer j V Howmuoh?' ; Client: .«? £53,V Lawyer j « Do you not know that * you will have to go befbre(. .the, Commissioner and swear that you hay'e..noj;| got a penn...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SQUATTER V. FREE SELECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

irEE^Q^mm^^%m$®tM-yi!Q& pra : ffollbwiBgbcase ? wris 'tried beft»re?his 'Honor J«dgeX!heeke ejld.a jury of four; at Wagga^Wiagga ?on.ithe.^th.4HStari|ti^T .-_(!,' iK.nu-t-r.ii V'--r.!:-- :'I V-i ? ',' r ? ( ;' ,-.-.*iA™'.T'! ^V^JP^t ?— -,i ?IV ! -..-:* ; ' JrhiB,was an acjion^of f jectmedt for flie recovery ? of £10 acres' oflan'd situate at Oberne,^6n' TarcuUa Oreekjranid allegod tbbe in'tfieflhlawful-posiesBSfm* oj ,the sdefendanti though, conditipnally |pnfc«ha«# ' by laim under the 'Grown Jjunds Alienation /Act of, 1951. ' ' ' '? . ' ???'?'? ' . ??'.':.;:*. a'{ ',;.? Mr. Darley.'intetractecl by ilr; Walsh,' appeared for the r-lnintifl\ and Mr. Piloher. uistructed tv Mr^?Wiilans,'€or the defendant. ? ; ? ? ' 1 ,- ._ The plaintiff in this case is a squatter, holdjng ^ '. pnstoral lease of a run on the Turcutfa Creek, and claiming a pre-emptive right of filO aerea granted in' Sep'Vmber, 9.R67, '? and ' the 'deiehdant is a :free Selector of. 210 aores of land on the same 'ra...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW METHOD OF GOLD-WASHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

new Method op soLDrWASEiiNG. Me. J.J.PaEU'6,pf,Tal6ot,ha£Mt,upona method oi cx .jtewtinggold iftom soil which most be ^ocounted the most suooessfal and «coaomioal yet 4eH£od. By ,a, peculiarly* constructed «?rjes of works, pf anything but ftooatlychanw ter,hfl is abloto make dirt which will yield .five grains to the load pay handsome-wages:: NpHung like this has -over been a-Jhieved'by,the mo6t daborato oontrivancea bo far invented, and yet Mn Phelps has accomplished his task at an outlay of something under £50. His works jnay be seen bv the -sreek ride, on the road to C^mmerpial^trect. A small dam is constructed about 'seventy feet outside the creek, which husban'ds, the -water ton veyed into it by means ofaraho out from apolnt of the creek about 400 yards above Mo^nrJra ?pmmthisdAmamoderatelv-siisedstreainnows fllonga shoot fifty feet -long ^n-;a, wheel seven, feetin diameter, whichftis water, drives, and so supplies motive Tower to Oie^heels 01 the mkchmery. Connected withtiiis T...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION IN THE VICTORIAN ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

^ssbIe^^and iDowfimm in tee VICTOEIAN ASSEMBLY. The 'report of the committee on bribery and corrupripiij laid- upon the .table of the Viotorian Assembly is brief, bat definite— condensed but oharged ^with -purpose. : The committee have certainly ??, done ,thew woj;kh. thorpughly. The Melbourne; JSemW saye :— M. They have faithfully and -odrnpletely fulfilled all; the. task entrusted to ,them by.thejisembly, Thfe.repultofJtheir .labours must, we should think, rather startle and alarm the .guilty accomplices, in one of the most daring and infamous plots to corrupt -a Legislative body that, the black .records of political bribery in any part_pf Jhe_ world jean . sbpw.. . Thejerms _of . the resolutions which, form the substance of the committee's report are, jat /first sight, mild enough. Some readers will probably think them by far. too : mild 'for the occasi6\u '^nt it'tnust b'e b'ptn^ ia mind that, in framing the resolutions, the committee were in some measure bound, by the Parliamen...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

'.'.'.. TO OTJR StfBSPEIBERS. .AoiiN we are compelled to adopt JJuato iis very aiaagre*-/ able mode of acquainting pur subsqwers with,tlie apparent? 'reason why they, 'do 'not regularly reteiv^tbeir papers, £b i we have stated on farmer' aoessions, ; and say so' (tUl^-the , fault is not on our side, but with the ' Post Office aijtf the1 jnailmen. 'We-are. inxeceipt of oomplai.iitB,from.jaUjilaoe8.] 'except the*TTmari|3la. *On the 'Bombala line- vt& Muriity-;; tTjelle.Mr.'BiiT. Smith 'of theTounfcain Head,' also Mr. 7., .Smith of Cranny's. Flat and Mr. Driscoll of Summer .Hill, receive ' theii papers very irregularly and often not, at , aU.\ 'By way of 'Bobundarah.'Mr.'w'.'BlytJon writes ue'to say-JieJ 'has not received a paper-fora month— they' have' all been ' ?sent to woolway; Mr. wploJi, 01 'jeuamatonE, aas not; . received his paper. On the Gogedaeriek line, . Mr. 'A., Rush 'does not receive his -paper,' though thefJiriaaT-yne:tiia31man ; passes within Stohe-tUrowof his r...

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 — 23 April 1869

~~ ? ' NOTICE, i u .??? . !...',? i '*TT is p^cuWy ripieeiea' ttiai »l$ irregularity In' ine | L delivery., or receipt by port, of the Makaeo Mekcuby | rbe notified et the Office ^itjj^s. Jittledclay as poBEible, in ; .order that steps, may be taUen'fcpreyeut^reourrenoepr the annoyance. ?.,-.'. ? - ... t j a

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

],, iABElVMi OF THE EN(3ffiISH MAIL. ilKHttfoSVf'J&n'aary -46.^31 1eW at BntSSirigteta | Palace 'b-arinbutieedifor M&roi B,' and a drawing ; ?roortiforthe'lOlK.i'P*inDe Arthur hoWs'l^besati iSt; '{famfi6tjSPalace on the ; 12th 'and '5:0th March.: tEhe Queen's, return to Windsor lias been poBt-l .pb'ned in cbheeguenoeof the lUness of Tritioe Led- ipold.-; The'Trince tad TPririeess of Wales are in ^Upper ?Egy|jt-{-LTofij their return' ^ihejT'will ''?tint 'Constantinople' and' Athens.' The 'report of thei ?Judges On 'tW 'election '-trials, together' with the. detailed evidence; has been laid beifoteTarliament.: ?Colonel Henderson, formerly of Western A'ustraljB,! 'has b-ten Bp'pointed-Oliief Gommissipher of the I .Metroptflita^pohbe. Two Admiralty dfflciah hare: ibeten'odminittedfor'trialon'a charge bf^nsp-iracy; to (extort money from persorrs tendephjg for !£he( 'supply of lirabet; acting- under the direction pf, !the 'authorities,' ;Hr/MakweTl ;jrtid 'ihem;1B30,t ?whe...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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ENGLISH COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

; ^*m&wMiMi$smmm [?] ^gyel-Kift%te»-Tif-iJn»|lStemfeBmiBaWfai-e8ya the -S. Jf. ^Kerala) is .more unsafafifkotoiy than any xeoeivod iforsnany ?months, , The hpavyjlediiie in the pries of woolu Utobst ; impbt-tarit item) toa We' wh!* C&not feij'to bef fftlt'in all departments of. colonial trade.-- 'When! the' news : appeared in our t&Gjgipai +.tfo morning, it :mui.^eceiv£(i--ivi(ii much. #im:iJi*M0itj'iWts«aTiB0dtlliBtaM!'«aie6U)penjad wttbTii iopl«aial- TfO'4j«ale* oomlirtiiceiiiioa! FebraaiyiSIthf -with . ?for Sort P^p^di,*lelaSde^rt??WedffiSl^rt ^'te iarouryof buybrst - -SOape; shewed -litH©altbrBSon.! The yiuantity,,pf^ydney andf^eRZeaJa^i wools, aflf&ed, was %elegya?h/da&-d' '^ohddri,' Match lo^-we^eani^'SLlie .irool i wales ate sericniBly idepreMeuVaiid prides ?? are 4i lower tteii , Hot KpvembBr^alea. OveF200;OOQ;bale8;aM,expeeted fintbe i May gales?' IhpWtal quantity oaWogUEdftirthe'Februajy isales-amounted to-117;S48 tales, Of wfiiSh on...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SERPENT'S TOOTH. (An Australian Bush Story in the Evening News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

THE SERPENT'S TOOTH. (An Australian Bush Story in the Spelling tfew-) Two girls, aged severally twenty-four and nineteen, the one dark, the other fair-; both beautiful, but of a beauty respectively dif ferent, sat inabio&d verandah one evening 'in th'e~ latter part of November. The verandah' was part of the surroundings of a home station on a run, at that time re mote from neighbours, but which has nowi, a gretftnoany witbin half anijourVaistance; It was one of those Toomy, 'Well-appointed buildings, abounding in comfort WT even ' luxury* with which Yictoriao squttCtew; 'balance the loneliness of their pastoral) solitudes. An architect full of classic,! gothic, or ^ renaissance ideas wpuld 'have, sneeVed at its design and proportions, for it really belonged to no recognisable style; ; having been designed only in ; (wjcfi^dajice with convenience and , comJoiC And' yet it was unquestionably picturesgue for. all: that; the more iso B8ft'wM'eni%o*ierea by , ,tree8f .and. its si...

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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