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AMERICA. INDIA, AND THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

. ; A^iEKiCA.' WDli, AND THE SAST. , :;A*tEBiCi;— The New. York papers publish the full test of the treaty ont the settlement^ the. Alabama claimB, signed in London on January 14 by fiord Glar*hdon and; Bflverqy Johnson. In -3rant'e response: to the formal notification of his. election to the^residency, he declared he would faitMully carry Ijout.. the rules of office, and call., around him men who will earnestly carry out prin dpSp of economy and honesty, adding, however, ?tha# he dedined ,to announce the inaroes.offthe members of his cabinet until their nomination ? bad (b6e|eg^t to theSenate. The, Copper Tariff BUI pasild the Senate, it had previously .passed the Hpuse'-of-Bepresentetives notwithstanding the -Pr^|aent-TBto.-, :; . ,, ...,-T... ,-,,. ?--./??.,..??: ' 4.S»B .PA^axrAY- WjiB.-rrThe . Paraguay war is oyeS the allies having been ,eucoessftilinthe capital: *fi|isump'tion..) Lopes is afugitive in the interior-, .Ij^iewsisifrom Bwtilian Bources. , ? ; ., -,? -,, 3 i ^mii.—...

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

THE S2J0GKMa.N?S DEATH. ' Daeh on, bold h*6ree,** the, ; Btockman crieclj ' We'll bring-that wild mob home ; , i ? Though'sweal jnajr gather on tliyEiAa, ' i White as the oeeatfa foam?1 ? ??[? Tlien bounded on the gallant steed, '?'. Despite of tightened rein? ; !; With arching neo^ juad toot of speed, ! !' He swept along the pldinl ' ' ; 111 cslmer.niooa, at -slower pace, i TwouW pale that young man's brow, '; : Wei? he the path forced to retrace, ? j O'er -vrhich he gallopB now. 'r At times -the ground is rough and -steep ; ??; Anon.'long weeds end grass .. ;?; Sides many a ravine dark and deep, ? .: 'Beneath their tangled mass. ?;' The rider needs no spur to-days ? But needs ha all his -skiU, % If he would make that horse obey ThediotatesofbiswOl. , He heeds not this, for Joy and pride . Are flashing from bis eye, ?As once more he sees calmly glide Hie own 'loved Mathaguy. ' Alas! how little Bid he^eem, While gazing with delight, That even then hill, dale, and stream, : Were pass...

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

.';.';'iL.' '.' . ^ONTINiENTAL. . ' , S^iNCB.— No tiling -)f) importance has ooourred ; since the last news, beypnd a verbal warfare with Belgium on the Imxemburg Railway Question, A rising of one of the native tribes of Algeria took place, . but it was .quickly suppressed, . -Those who maiptain that war will break ^ut in, spring jquote. . as* f ymptom the prder : issued . by ^Marshal Niel, prpMbiting marriages in the army, before :nert JuiyXand the applications of generals; for com manos which, aooording to .barrack talk,, are about -«^&io-rThei!6r^ppened with a speech . .from Serrano;,,; 33ie programme , of. the. Provisional .a^J^^piBnt.aeannqunced to be freedom ot. na ^g'ou^qr^Hip, t,the Press,' and public education; theMght^of^j^ting Jn pnbKp{,and ,thi abplition °? $** &V iQ ^v^obnieB. i The GoyerpmenJ; is exoeedmgly unaottlea^nj^t]iere j8 6pme tallt pf ,a' trjomyirate succeeding twJ^affl^Ll^TiB ^pepsoijis are to beexeouted for the ; Burg^Bs^aTOmnTOp^-. ' Pbpssia...

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

THE LEASING SYSTEM. A correspondent to tlie Mining Record, writing on the leasing system at present car. ried out on our gold fields, makes the follow ing remarks: — '?'_.':' - Lbws spring from the necessities of the people ' Those countries or communities, in which the people nre.so fortunate as to select the most capable aud honest men to frame their laws, are certain to make more rapid progress than those in wlii- h tbe iffnorant and dishonest are placed at the jhead of of /airs. I think no one will have tbe hardihood to doubt this proposition. If it is admttteFI to be correct, then hpw very important a duty devolves upon tho^e who possess electoral rights and priviligrs ! ? Tbe, people of New South Wales ere suffering from bad and ill-digested legislation, and, inasmuch bf they wiil s'on hare the privilege effecting « new, P«rliAmf-hr, I hope they will keep their jriehts and duties constantly in '. mind, and, when the time arrives, exprcisp; them honesty and iiit'llieenily. This...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SETTLEMENT ON THE VICTORIAN GOOD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

SETTLEMENT ON THE VIGTORIAN , ; GOLD FIELDS. Thr progress of settlement on the gold fields of Victoria at the present time is not only striking in itself, but striking in its peculiar circumstances. Some three or four yours apo ?B class «T «ettlers, who are now termed * forty T.. (seconders/ sprung Into existence under. thp 42nd clflii.-e of tbe Land Act. Within the last few months, their numbers have increased ? at such. a r«tp as to assume the apppnrancp of 'afush,' ra'her than thus of ordinary set tlement nn tbe land. '.The mining dis tricts of the- colony are imw occupied by permanent sett4er«s instead of migratory dig. gfs ; and cultivation is proceeding so rapidly in their hands as to change tHe face of the country, Farms and vineyards, with tlie usual homisteac.8, are now found in places ., where but b year or two ago unbroken bush met the; psze of the traveller. There is no, check to the progress of this settlement, and it is consequently procee(\ing *t a, rate which has no ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANARO AS A GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 23 April 1869

'MANABO AS A GOLD HELD. -_--rr-T nm-mr&Snt: TSXfbfoft Reports.) ;, {The country jbet ween BuilausnianR ana Coojmi, . *94 between Cooma and (sjtgedzerick has not b.eeri separately described ; but ifr^ias, been incidentally '' ' alluded to in previous Reports. A few sentences '?may suffice to give a notion o¥, its' geological (Tea-' . ;. ..tures.;'; Taking, then, the course of the Mnrrum . 'biiftee, jfta its limits from Builanamang round to -'Basalt Point,. mentioned at. p. 82, ws shall findithe1 whole area made up o/quartz-bearing slates', rest-, ?ing on, or supporte'd bj '-quartz porphyrv and' granite, which is -sometimes schorlaceous. TJe'dji of i . . limestone, and foesiliferous flaps in Mm ainto i/«i: from Jews' F*tto Bock flat CreeTcandTDaneelong) occur to the east of Cooina, ia the southward ex tension of the'Bredbo bands j and lowerqaarjteiter ous slates, gneeiss and quarrziferous granite, with elvans of pegmatite and other binary ^gmpomids, form the base to the westwa...

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

''' EJECTMENir AND' REVENGE,,, , The assassination ^f Mr, George Cole Baker, near Bansha, county Tippe'rary, has excited the deepest feelings of regret tbrougjiout the whole dfstrict^bete thedeceased ; gentleman wag bigliiy esjeemed by, »H classes.- , He W«s |be son'of^ihe -Bevi ,€r«orge'! Baker ,; whbse family have !'1o^''|heenvry8idj!6t-r,in.''ltq_at|'pyrJ 3jf^;he country; aifd are geuerflily we'l spoken of. The Bev. Mr. Bak^r.now an-^ol'i man, resides ,in Ballydavid House, near Bunsha. A'few .years »gr-, he stt'led upofi Jiis-sbp nn income, bf:vE^0&, a year,-; ^orii-g 'his !(ibf fjiflier's) iifetimV); ««d* to aecu jre this tb^im Wiet^iw ;«^tUfittjif; ae^lvf^viaprtoper^ at su#l^* r^nl as would insure fKina the «ti pulatfd jpcojne, . Mr. Baker jun.,i married e6on aftertfaWs^is'^Msin; aid with her re sinfd at Ballyil. vid Wood H onse. H.s portion : |,*^/ fr°ii^!^|^;^^fl t*?;;«, ;f9P«'^»w& |ten|t!(oecupied byt fttjasil ^Tp^ers without easeBj and theJand being goon, ^a...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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EXTRAORDINARY ELOPEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

EXTRAOBItttfAESr ELOPEMENT. At tbe Police Court, Jtowley., in England, i a young woman flamed Charlotte Boaslev, . daughter of a 'butcher at Cranlev Heath,; sought to affiliate a . child upon William 'Blvaris, a- pork butcher of 'BlackTmtb. De- ; fflndant did not appear. The complainant, n~3anuary, 1867, went to live at defend- ; mt's house as a kind of assistant, being at ; bat time about IB years of age. The de- - Pendant was a married man, but had no '. Family. Tbe defendant's wife was often absent, and at one of thesa times defendant jucceeded in seducing the complainant. Fbfi intimacy -was carried on for some time, Etnfi at lengtii, some few months ago, de Fendant persuaded complainant to decamp - wifb him to America. Defendant took witb him a considerable sum of money — ' between £^00 and £500, it was believed., Defendant vowed eternal fidelity to thn complainant, and as a proof of his sincerity be frave her £200 to take care of for, him. They ha8 scarcely reached mid- Atlanti...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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PUBLICATION OF DEFAULTERS' NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

TtTBLIOATION OF DEFAtdiTEBS' HATSfES. A most disgraceful act has recently sullied tbe pages of tbe 'Bacing Calendar.' The name of Mr. W. H. Gladstone, M.P., has appeared in the forfeit list as a defaulter.. On Mr. Gladstone's attention 'being drawn; to the publication of his name in the turf defaulters' list, the bon. mmper thus explftins the ciroumstance:— '' The default of £5 is not on aecount of any bet or en gagement which I bave failed to fulfil, but isTa forfeit on account of a 'horse not start ing fit tbe last 'Chester Tabes, which bad been, without my knowledge, untered in mv name, as a member for the city. Long after the raves were over it was intimated' to me that this forfeit bad been incurred. Tweeted to pay it'because I demurred to a liability, whether great or small, made known to me'exyost facto, and o'F which T had been till then in total ignorance. Not only 'had I received no notice of 'it, but there was no evidence through the local papers, or otherwise, by which a...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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MADNESS OF A WHOLE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

; - ? ? MADNESS OP A WHOLE FAMILY. A very jsingnlar case of sudden and unao-j . countable madness in an entire Jamil v, of the Commune de Treveme ; (Arrondisse-, tnent Brieux), has created; much -local' interest, and has even created an ineffectual - inquiry into its cause on the part of the ixost celebrated physiologists of Paris. :- Jean Lepage, a farmer andt proprietor of . lands, the. produce whereof enabled him to Bupport in comfort and respectability his wife, a sister-in-law, a son, and a daughter,1 and whose conduct, as that of every mem-j , bpr of his family, had been marked by regularity and inoffensiveDesp; be had lived on tbe most friendly terms with his neighbours. Some time since be wholly withdrew himself from all communication with, his acquaintances, and, imitated by the rest of his family, retired -wholly -from'; other society than thai; which his own roof ! sheltered. They -refused to reply to way one they met — they spo*ke not -even with ?each ?; other — aB they ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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HANS BREITMANN'S SHTORY APOUT SCHNITZERL'S PHILOSOPEDE. HERE SCHNITZREL make a philosepede [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

TUNS BEEITMANIPS 8HT0EY APOUT .. ? , .SOHNITZERL'S PH1LOSOPEDB. : -. U.1 HEEEScHNiiZEBiiinake ai philoMpede Ton of de newest kind, '? ' 'It'~veut mttouta vheel in front, ?? ??? And faadn't none pehind. ' ; ? '; Ton veel was in de mifctet, dough, * ? And it rent as sare ash ecte, For he shtraddled on do'axel dree ? Mitde^vfieel petween his leoks. XTnd ven Tie vant to shart id off, Hepaddlet mitJiisTeet, Und soon he cot to go eoTast ? Dat averj dinge he pest. He ran her but on Broader «htreet . . He shkeetediike de vind, . Hei! how he bassed the-vauoy dropi, And lef dem all pehind. . . De Tellers mit de trotting nags ?Pooled oop to see him bass ; ?- /The Deutsehersjill erstaunished saidt-: ' ^f Patztcauend! Wants dasi ' Soot vasder Bhtill der Schnitzrel flowed On — mit a ghastly -smile-; '' He tidn't touch de dirt, pf-sbings'! 'Not Tonce in half a mile. . -Oh, rot iBh all dis eartly bliss? Oh, vot isli man's aoocksess? ' 'Oh; srot ish -various kines of dings'? TTnd vot-ish hobbiness'?...

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 — 7 May 1869

WANTED. ?TrTA^TED Immediately MEN -to BREAK yV- METAL at -COOMl. Apply to ? , ?. . t . -P. MULLANE, Boyal Hotel, Oooma. S1PUD DISTRIBUTION K. K. 15 1, Kill'S STUD, .TAKEA&ANDA, WILL COME OFF «Jn THE QUEEN'S BE&THDAY, 24th MAY next, At Rhcon's Hotel. Apply for Shares to OHAS. SOLOMON, Oooma. NOTICE. A LL PARTIES INBEBTED to the Under 'f\ signed are hereby informed that unless All Accountsover SiiMontlis and lip Ki- 1 hrete Yciai-s Standing be SETTLED WITHIN SIX WEEKS froa thiB date, THEIR NAMES and Amount of Bil fl'ill W Advertised in the. 'Manaro Mercury;' and if that will not do, the Accounts Trill te place in a Solicitor's hands for recovery. EICHAKD BARNES, Bnctley's Crossing. ! May '6, 1869. i : Tb be Sold on the ldth May, AT THE POUND YARD, OOOMA, ii A HEAD of HOBSES, broken andtmbroken Z4 CHARLES WALTERS. ^ ??.:-.?. ???''?. Poundkeeper. JMPOUNDINGS, owner. '? * ^^ TMPOTOTOED at OOOMA, on «ie 29th day of April, ijKonV^oWnplon, by,x,rder of H. WaWce, fcsq. ? 'S^,...

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 — 7 May 1869

The Roman Catholic Council closed on Sunday, there was a large attendance at the dSJetlner^Wen .to the bishops and clergy on Monday; Mr. O Shan nasBy occupied the chair. I* the following statement be true, it willl to some extent account for the immunity of our bush rangers; the case is furnished to the Pastoral Times by a correspondent on the Darling :—' I forward you a communication, with a view to point out some of the ebuBes that exiRt down here ; the facts stated are by no means overdrawn, but far below the actual state of matters,' the 'sly-grog Bhops ' are a subjert of notoriety— these men carry on their calling without let or hindrance in broad day; for instance, there are four shanties and three licensed houses within a distance of thirty miles— this, you must admit, is a very bad state of matters. Then, again, as to the police, they are' in a most disorganised state. The case referred to was a case that happened to one of my own men — in order to make sure of ^capturing th...

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 — 7 May 1869

'' STBTfET WOOL SALES. * Owtno to the;tacee tho usual weekly wool sales were postponed. ' ' ? ? ;

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MERIMBULA SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

? ai T&RTMBULA'SEffippiNG. ?? i '.'-'?^????Lxi-j, ^???' v-i«uw*-'-.r,U:- ;-::;! Apeii 29— Kiama, «., Oaptain SulUvan, from Bydney. , Passengers— Mr». Jo'nes anSfelilld,%e8sW. Wri^it, Jones, and 6 fii the steerage. ..,:- .5| ? ??;?..-','' ij ' '. .... '..,. bBPARTUEE. '* ' , i '? ' ApHl 80-^BSaina, 'fc, 'CapTifih AalUvto, for SyJmBy.i , rassengerBTrMrs. and Mjbb Presoott, Messre..I-aiw, Selly, ., Jamieson.-anS 9 in steerage. ' ? ;-' '??''-!.-?? ! '.?.:???(? !?...'? ?/??-, inpoEtoi;{ i- ?.:'! ?-r .??'????'?A' 1 .-???' '?? iPerKiaina: 4nit sugar, Ach tea,.J,Murphy ; 2 4s, os,, irbn.'csaleVW.'&rahame; 3'l)gflbur;«iSPaul; Ece.lopKg. ;Tiayte,P.«)s,5 5os,Bkegs-,tin«nnetB3«hand;4J-cb.tea, '^cETihegar, bx, tale, S ds jains, csk. toljronpoW. 4 keg nails, dnn oil, Battlor ; -i Bieoes plough, ;CameroA ; CTO pel, bdl spades, -6 cs, S,pkgs,Elus;'bar,Sd.ioyitton; cs sto tionery, Sharpe-, Wll tracing \sloniilOrHayldck? P»bg mfije, Munn; 2 kgs, bgfiour, f. Smiths ^bBfialt,* eup*1 Sec...

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AN ELOPEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

AN, EI^OPEMFNT. In the BaMana Evening Mail we find an announce ment of a rare occurrence in modern colonial times —an elopement-: — It would seem that a needy, calf-brained, fortune-hunter, rejoicing in the pos session of a very aristocratic connection, (but whose finances were at the lowest ebb, and whose fortunes had apparently arrived at the lowest stage of despondency, Bas for several months past been paying his addresses to a spirited and accomplished young lady, who* for mere We of fun whioh could be derived from bis ecee&twq and absurdities, pre tended a feeling of reciprocity in this matter of tho affections, and thus lured her victim to a declara tion of his paBsioffU'd the solicitation of her hand in marriage.; So far so good. The young lady consented and referred him to papa, with , whose assistance, however, the little minx had previously hatched as cunning a plot for the complete dis comfiture of a fellow creature as we ever remember to have heard of being succe...

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 — 7 May 1869

- r? SYBnET STOCK REPORT. OotOEBaqpeH.-Bpaj.-AKU'Op.— FatOattle: Supply barely up to the demand. Prices a shade firmer on )-e't. quality. We auote;1-ertf-eef 25s per iOO lbs; socond ditto4fs6d'. We sold a small lot at quotations. FatOalves'; Alargestipply, xtA prices down1; besfqusJity worth 2Ss. Fat Sheep ?? The market .very inudi oyprdone wjth inferior 8hecp,.fcr which sales are difficult to effect. Prime quality are scarce, and frbnP.iliis'Wtft.we look jforAetter pitces,-; and-advise tour consfituehtsnotto'sell outside 'at the present Quotations, whiob this week is only, Ija'per In at the. Glebe Ieland. We oubte beat weddera,' 52 lbs, fromflsedto. ids. We sold (for Mr. Badliinii a smiill lot of weddern at S? Sit .ditto for Mr. Orompton, 8s.~ Fattiambs; Marketglutted. Prices much lower. StoreStook.: Our previous remarks lipplyV' i

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COOMA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY [?], 1869. BEFORE the Police Magistrate and Mr. A. Montague. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

?: i ?' ?' mOHLX POLICE 'COURT, - [?] [?] ?.decency oy .'b-'-? ' ? - between the Uenoa ana y^Sf* VKomto aUtatenWJ^I.'lTaraStMitB at t£e ?flght-rana , t they baa acted as seconasor w» 1Th w Be6mea to be some . , i^dpubtsMto the PWlgViuns inasmuch as the inforr 1 tow the owe and Beirf.it to* jujy^^j j^,. some: ; ? Captain *? M.r.Battye; »t^'ored. tk6 intents of the, ...prinoiDals *ijw S^XftTwhldiis Baiatohaveoooutred ,Be(^a8^htomthatflj;hVffmn ^^^ racecourse, ?^»^^lptS5ra^- -«' gaol works, ?JoBeth -taAtt, '^2??]LSdaiite before the Gpurt; he -depoaea &»* he knew aiede^aanwnDt on ^ sawtemona Sundayi^«e^Orrwere ^ iraoeeoiirse; *^T^Xnoon^Y-etween tasakfest and . veach other; t^.T^J^Wtotad his shirt on during -dinner fflnej^edefa^n^ere^ or coat 'the whole -fight ; O^^reTgooa dumber presentwit «aurinBUiefignt;Hherewre»^ present; witnesBth ought ? ? ?ness%uld«ay4ierfi were twen^yp^. -m a(/t sea ,ta ?John/Wilson was *e^5' 7 MrfEiernan 'took some part Hhere; KeTiernan'waB ^f^^^ositivel...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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FREEHOLD RIGHTS AND MINERS' RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

3PEEEHOLD'ErGHTS AND .MINERS* j ? .- ?; . ? EIGHTS. ??- .*-r ????? .-:f- Tbb Jtferwtry contains a summary i of a meeting reported iu the Armidqle Express, tbp result of |a vigorous agitation on the .Booty River diggings, for an inquiry by Government into the' working of the G aid-fields Act, as respecting collisions between miners and freeholders;, in reference to their respective rights. ... - ;: ;? At the recent Armidde Clrouit Court, the case of Rooney y. EobertB was tried. , Booiiey owns four acres of land at the Bocky diggings. Roberts and others had cut a water -race of considerable length, which passed through these four acres. The race required to be cleaned out, the Roberts party, with Eooney's consent, did thn. After this Rooney complained that his, property was injured, either by. the mode in which the cleaning was done, or in consequence of it; and the parties not agreeing, tie ?commenced an action for damages against Roberts and the others. ^L'he jury, ho worer, gave a ...

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 — 7 May 1869

'%£liilOVRftEiWbh& REPOMT. ! Bii.»AHOT,OA«PBHUL^AJi»Co.tepori;be8tbeef at 27s 6d neVJOOIbB: S81b-«thera are, worth 22s. --. ,' -. ^WEiivWHEB^Hn,'^ri'6o'. rejp()fl'*ho'^ale of MOO 'l^^rcattleataaeoline^fiiljoutlSVpBrlieadr'Kild'oOO S^ldcta, iromltihBWpper Murray, #Mifl.VBraM *f £8^s per fcead, and 200 Biverina wethers, averagingsz lbs at 17s.

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