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FIRE IN YORK-STREET, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

FIRE TST ^ORK'STREETi SYDNEY. StJOntf.Y after S ovdbiJk on Buhday evening ah alarm of firS was givon, flames having*een seen issuing from the roof of one pf e, blofk.of houses north of Messrs M'Arthur'fl storeSi and situated between them and the corner of King-street. The Bhop jn which the Bre originated was in the oOCUpatiotl flfAtinfemitJi, named Henry Bteviansohi As Moil aa tha alarm had teen «iwn, end before ,the firo-enrfnes had arrived, a number, of .peoplewhp had.oongregatei got access into the promises; broke open the windows, and Commenced to carry the goods in Mr. ? Stevtason's and' the' adjouuW shopsi ocoupTeatby^Str* Greeni baskettnaker, end Mr. SI M'Glinn, gunmaker. into the street. Wiaon about S or 9 nunutes fromtKealarm-pemg^venWUielnsUranceBrigada office. ffielr manual *tngirie;«ththe Him unnet the super* jnte^ence-*f:aa. Bown.iyewion:U»«rott5a, and fan loaiiatdv ^t*owoii to subdue the flanlBS. After working . fornc^rly hflfiui hour iltvas seen that nearly all danger...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Duffik akd Son.— 'Wheat 4s to 5a, barley 2s 9d to Js per .bushel; potatos 4s 61 to 5s, onipus 9s to 12s per cwt.i pigs IZd'to Id, bnftersatbls.'aeoseana iard-JS » ed(i&ey 3d to 4d, beesmj-ipd,M Is |ief ih, j^^ucldngpigs 3s to 4s each; cjrgs lsto Wj!Iddfofo%ls Ss.to Ss63 dnoks 2s 6d to 3s, geese b tpfis, tnfi^^s fa t|16$ipei'pair ; bacon 5d to 7d lb ; light _06UNT^y;F^0UB AST) PRODUCE MARKETS. ^3u£GoulCum flhqpour iiilicash and £25 credit, seconds »ut$sh, £18 1M credit jf\bran ls.6^, and pollard Is 8d per £14; wheatv4s6dto*5s, maize 4s 6dto5s, bariey8s 6d, oats 3s 6d to 4a, bran Is perjoushel; Oaten hay £5 per ton, potatos 8s to 9s per cwt. '**'?'-

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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RANDWICK AUTUMN MEETING. THURSDAY, APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

EANPWICB: ATJTJJMS UEETTS^t. THITESDAY, AP^lti 29. hv&t BAce,-; The ilvimr Handicap of 6 bovb each, halt orfeif, with 60 son awel, for all horses; a winner of any handicap after the declaration of weights to carry 10 1M extra. J mile. Mr. M. Gibbon's br in Deception 6 yrs, 7st ?61bs, de-i ,, ? dared Oteovw ....-.;.; ? (Thompson) J 1 E- -S^iP h Bi£n*in. Sy», ?stiOlbs (Davisj j W.H.Kent'8h«-tippler,6*rs,^sti1!lbs ......... 8 ,Aftw&elast»eTentonjBMMsdVBldiiafn «»a Deoeptioil ran off this dead heat . .They got a gocrtUtart,. and ran an escitrag neck and neck race at great speed tor Wo-thirds of he fetance^ana -entered the rails together. As they came ip the straight both horses were nnartty pilnished and Blondin, making a ctashat'theinnish, cot home a leneth ' Bheadofliis rival. Time,-*iinute20 seconds. SeeonaBaee.'^- Tie Metropolitan {Aulomn} MafienPlata of 200 sovs, (including winneraiof two-yeara Btakes, under a penalty for winning once, 3 16s-; twice or more, B^bs) a...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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A SCENE IN THE BOMBALA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

A-^ckNE ,IN TSTB BOMBALA.. PCiLlC^; Bio?ob.e till! business ofjha Court comniencea a rather, painful scene occurred.' It appears that i short time_Blooe ^Bennett wrote a letter to the effect thaftiejpcfll 'Bench Tjia^oittthjirity.togive the OfTk of Petty Sessions leave to (absent himsBlf, from ids ofaoe, which they have been in. the habit of ;doing. ;TMs annoyed the local magistrates, who^Jonslaered Mr .Bennett's le'tterobtof piatiel ahtt thought ; he h«a no tight to question any matter they hadunafaimouBl agreed to, and consequently determined not to Bit witi that gentlemanflri the Bench again.,, ?. !v ,'?'??,'' - On Mr.: Bennett taking his neat Mr. Jonas immediately' rose, anBeiprtssefl his regret that he' could not take pai n the business, at the same time stating his reason. -i-DJectibii4!o sit witltfumV btid-tlutt ^enUBifaaii ireplied ihttt hepould'notuntiiaie(Mr.Bennett)*aa--ileared iimself ot court Junfil; 2 o'cl6ck,- and- in the'lmeraiSms^get another maRistrflte*oBdt'friaime...

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

New £ooks and Stationery. TUST OPENED, at theJUERQURj BOOK O MARX;%he^lloMng^EVpip01-SiS's , 7 Grammars, Murray's ..S; ..r\ . Ss.' 1b. 03. LatestlEdii^n ..Jb v.:'-;: i *?? B «^ Spelling ti^8,parpent«'«:ilI»«#iVl V-A*/ First Book oji^sonB... ...' ... 0 6 Copy Boots (with. fieadXinet), Noi. 1 to 12, Swan's ? 0 4 Church of England CateotoUme ...... _.v.. 0 $ Memorandum Books ,i, ' .-..'.'., ?../ i 0 ;'? Pocket Ledgers .;. ... * ... 8 6: Foolscap Ledgers, indexed, balf;bound 12 6 - Foolscap Ledgers, half-bound... -,,-,.., XQ ,^0 ..... Blotting Paper, per quire ... '..'2 6 ,Blotting,Pade, demy 4to ? 2 0 ? * TJlotfing'Pads^ foolscap folio ... ... 2 6 '' TissujLPaper, all colours, jjer quire .., 2 .^6 ? *' - -8bng*ooks— ~. -;:: ??---;-— —«O'^— Carpenters' Pencils, bard lead, black, . ; C eaoh ^: V.-4 ? 0 s Drawing pencils; eaoh.i. ? 0 6 Slates, mediuiff'BKe ... ? 1 Q Slates, large size . ... ? 1 6 Small Bottles Ink ? , ... O.;4 Cowan & Co.'s School Pens, per boxi; '?&. 0 ' ...

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

Me. B. LlPSbb&B, ; Solicitor, r&o.^ , ?COGMV 'Can be Cpnsulted *x his Oithjb, SHART-BtREET, tiOOMA. ? ? ? ' ' ?? ??'? : B.:^uBAGpsp*n^.'. .;?;?. , ; THE ONLY WATCH -AND- CMG&MAXM& : ??? ' ? /.' ???? IS -?? '? ? ?' CbbMA, TVext Door, to Sluurtio.rii's Hotel. ' 'TVEPAIBS EXECUTED attsb SHORTEST \JA» ' NOTICE., .'ChabobS Modeeate; r ?' Make no Mistake : ; ' ' NEXT DOOR to SHANNON'S HOTEL. ibtns MYERS, : -TWISWITH AKp ?IRON-WORKER, ! * . AT MARGOSCHIS' OLD STORE, j ? ;?.;.'?? C0OMA. ...'??; ; J REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED WITH DISPATCH. PEARSON, ENGOSH,& PECK, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, ' ?Gippslatad Stock Evcliange, SALE. : T IBERAL ADVANCES on STOCK consigned -JLJ for«ale. ; ?Account sales and proceeds promptly rendered. 3Mr. PECK will continue, as heretofore, ,to act jas -iAUCTlONEEft'Tor the disposal ot Horses, Cattle^ Sheep, ^Ste;| 7 '. AGENT AT (BRUTHEN— Ma. THOMAS J. STIRLING. GOL.DSBROUGH, BURT. & CO., 30, HUNXER-STKEET, SYDNEY ; : R. G...

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

COOMA PRICES CUMREJUT. Bread, 21b. loaf ..... . 0 0 « Flour, prats' ...,;.... SO 0 0 Butter, fresh, porlK 0 ,1 9 Flour, 2nds , ? :.. 19. 0.0 Butter, salt.'. ? ,. ,0. 1 8, Straw,.:. ? , ? 3 0 0 Beef ? -,V. ? ~... 0 0 4 Maiee ? ....:.......... None. Mutton.......'....:...^.. -- ' 0 4 Oftts,; scarce - 6ft. ^o 0 6'fl' Bacon ? 0 0 7 -Wheat ..„ ? 6s. to 0 6 6 tiheese ...I ? .'..';.V.:.JO ?» 0 Onions-::.;.;... ;.';i».l. 0 0 6 Potatos, porewt. ... 0 8 0 . Milk,' per quart...... None. Bay, .„ ? £J jo JjS^O 0. Eggs, per dozen ? 0 19

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 — 7 May 1869

MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. The following are the hours -of arrival and departure of the mails running Between Cooma and the places nereunSer named : — ..'?'''* : , . JBEIVB AT COOMA.—. From Sydney, Goulburn,'iQueanbeyan, Micalago— On Sun-: dav, 'Wednesday, Friday, at 6.80 a;m. , '?''??. ' ? ' ' From delegate, Bombala, . Nimitybelle— On Monday and '' Thursday,' at 5 p.m. ' ' :, From Cathcart, Eden, Merimbula, Bega, and Panbula— On , Saturday, at 5 p.m. ? ?..;... ?From Bombala via Bobundarah — On Saturday, at S p.m. ' From Kiandra, .Russell's, Adaminaby— On 'Wednosaay,' at 7 p.m. From Snowy. Biver.Kia Buckley'^ Crossing, Oegsdzerick, Jin'dabyhe,^Woplway, Oo61nngdon~0n Monday, at 6 p.m. Frdm Tunction'of the U-maralle iand Big Badja wiveirs— On, .Thursday,^ 5 p.m. : ' . LEAVE C00KA — For Micalago, 'ftueanbeyan, Goulburn, Sydney— On Mon aay,! Thursday, Siturdaj, at Bp.ra, : . For Tfiinitybelle, Bombala, Delegate, Cathcart— On Wednes day and Sunday, at 7 a.m. . . ? For Bbbundorah, Bombala, Dcleef...

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THE PRINCE AND THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

THE PRINCE AND THE GOVERNOR. Tn. reference to the disagreement between tbe Duke of Edinburgh and Earl Bel more, a pri vate letter from Sydney states that his Royal Highness wished for an invitation for the Carnndrnis to a ball at Government House. The Eirl of Belmore reminded the Prince that at his suggestion he had invited Madame and the Misses Carandini to a musical concert. The Governor explained that he had invited them at the Prince's request, because there was a precedent for professionals being re ceived 8t royal musical entertainments; bat that he thought the presence of the ladies in question alone might give umbrage to the other guests. The Prince left Government Hoose, and the Governor retired to his country -residence. His Royal Highness im mediately gave two theatrical performances worth hearing on board tbe Galatea, at which Madame Cnrnridirii and her daughters were present. — Melbourne Herald. The Yasp Courier is assured that the fol lowing version of the above affair...

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

LATEST INTERCOLONIAL TELEGBAiHS. MeLSOtrasS.— The Hiree Ju^sei have tfaAiei that the Speaker's warrant, on which Messrs. OlassandQuarterman were committed to gaol, was bod, and Glass has been re leased ! there was great ?cheering outside the Court when the decision was given.— The Tapmnnian cable is now laid, but the shore -end requires splicing, and at present the weather interferes.^-Tbe motion forthe committal of Messrs. Slass and Quartermanto gaol was carried oh division by Site 29. The Speaker then'issuca his Warrant, and both gentlemen were arrested and placed in duranoe. Mr.Irelaiid intends moving for their release before the Judge in Chambers on the ground that the Warrant is informal, and the gaol die wrong place bif incarceration.'- -Sir James FerguG6on.isaguestat:Toorak. A dinner is to be given to his Excellency.— The -result of the investigation ;Ot thePiJot1 Board into the 6mking of the Hurricane is that ibp cause is not known.— The friends of theTtev. James Taylor have...

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

GOLD FIELD LEASES. A writer in the Mining Record, unaer the signature -of '-A -Miner of Fifteeo Yesrs' Experience,' contributes the appended re marks on the present leasing system :— 1 'VI notice some of your correspondents are very mucli. opposed to the system at present in operation, of leasing new ground in the wholesale way that' is going on, and I confeBS to being one of those who had, and still have, indeed .a very great objection to the lair as. jt at present stands regarding this matter ; bat I am compelled to admit that nothing is now left' for the miner hut to »go in* for leases wherever he sees an opportunity. He cannot now get ground. any other way, and he may think himself lucky if he can obtain a change of getting even a claim in that manner. As an instance of the wholesale way ground is occupied and shepher Jed, look at the recent affsir at the Fonrteen-mile (Grenfell). Be fore even the ground that has,,; now been proved to be payable was bottomed and the prospect wns...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. Z(Through Greville and Co., Telegrammists.) SYDNEY, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. {Through Grevilte and Co., lelegrtttMiiUtt.J SSBKEY. Thursdav Evenine. The Agricultural Society's Show has been extended till, Saturday. It has been numerously attended, thousands visiting, and the live stock igiMbits have been pronounced splendid. ''??' . ? : The Customs' Conference have agreed to twa resolutions. Farliament is further prorogued till 22nd June. A mmour is current in New Zealand to the effect that Colonel McDonnell, of the New Zealand Militia, has been offered the appointment of Commissioner of Police in New - South Wales. Although the Can Can dance has been announced at one of the places of amusement, it has not been performed, and it is reported that the attention of the police authorities has been drawn to the circumstance that the dance has been suppressed in the other colonies. . Alderman Pritchard has resigned - his seat in the Municipal Council. ?' Mr. Hallorau, junior, has been appointed Clerk in the District Court, in room of . the ...

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

? ? Oopper is found occasionally in the detritus on the rarfacp of a Bnmmit(and of its slopes} on the 'eastern edge nT Hie Coast Dividing Range, not far from tN source of the Culundnnau Elver— hence its name 'Oopper Mountain;' „ 1 1 Burerst, that it is not unlikely the colpurmay be flpe to hhrnblende, or may be. if auriferous, occasioned l-f Spine combination of. potash (derived from the felspar' ifaia7 granite) and gold. --m^

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MANARO AS A GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

c MANASO AS A GOLD FIELD. ! --? (from the Set. W. B. Cldrkii Reports.) I HAVB examined the auriferoue locality on Bobunr dnrah Cre^k,:and find lhat. the gold ib there dis tributed in a peculiar way. Thosehietsandquarteires, which are so greatly interrupted by granite on the west side of tbe county of WaHace, disappear for 'some distance ialong Bobundarah Greek, but are .intruded into by baBalt of the ranges and plateau, separating the waters of the Murrumbidgee and , Snowy Stivers* and on the side of a hill uniith nt the creek and near the track leading from Cooma ' to Mafra, the latter rock breaks out from below the ?late, which is bleached and transmuted at the' points of junction. A very interesting amygdaloid occurs at these points, and gold, in particles oo casionally coarser than those so ?commonly -met with in the southern district*, is found in contact with the amygdaloid, and between the planes of the joints traversing that rock, as well as in the rock itself. I have consid...

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

THE VERNON AGAIN. The Sydney Punch. corrects an error made by tha Sydney Evening J?ewi in the following style : — The Vernon again.— ;Noble self-sacrifice by a Bench of Police Magistraies. — Water Police Court. — Before the Water Tolioe Magistrate and Mr. Day, J.P. Alfred Everett, 15, 'Walter MdGnley, 12, and Francis Munpsven. 12 years of age, were brought up for protection. Constable McIIale stated that he found accused sleeping in a hay an J corn store. The father of Everett stated that ho conld do nothing with him, and|that on one ooo-ision he ho A absented faimself from hpme for three years ; he would not go to school, and was thoroughly unmanageable. The boy stated he was afraid.to go home. The Bench, with the concurrence of fhefdtTier font tent o'i board the Vernon. McKinley was discharged under charge of his fattier ; and Mungoven was also sent on board, the Vernon, his mothir being ordered to pay 8s. per week towarSs bis support.— Evening Ifetas. . This is as it should be. T...

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THE ABORIGINES AT CAPE YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

THE ABORIGINES AT CAPE YORK, Some distressing information has reached us from .Gape York: It appeare that about two -years agn the Rev. Mr. Jagg, a clergyman of the Church of England, and Mr. W. T. Kennett, teacher, having been sent out by the Society for the 'Propagation of the Gospel to establish a mission among the aborigines -of. Australia, went by the Salamander to the settlement at Somerset, Cape York. Mr. Jege acted as '-chaplain to the small company of Brltisl) marmes who were stationed there. In a few months the' marines were removed, and the Rev. Mr. Jagg retired from the mission, and occupied a charge at Toowoomba, in tlie diocese of Brisbane Mr. Kennett, however, continued his labors among the aborigines till within a few weeks or^the present time. The Government of Queensland, which 'undertook to support the mission when the Bev. Mr'.1 Jagg went (here, afterwards withdrew their aid? and the Missionary Society in England have since signified to Mr. Kennett that the stati...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

'Ok the 27th of this month an event will be cele- ; brated with rejoicing by the people -of O-oulburn, : ?in which 'tli» people of 'the *Q,ueanbeyan and; Manaro districts are in r-o small measure interested. ? On that day the iron horse trill, it -is officially announced, enter Q-oulbura, and a continuous 'lihe! -of rail from thence to the metropolis be opened * for public 'use. The advantages which must accrue ; ?therefrom to ub, even in this -remote portion of 'the - 'Colony, are go obvious as to render it superfluous on our pare corcommeni uitreon. xec iD^re are two or three matters which call for attention at our' ?hands on this occasion, and no time more -suitable than the present for the. 'consideration of these' Blatters could 'be granted. The three principal items which the people of this and adjoining dis tricts will hare, to ?consider, agitate, and, if possible,' obtain, are — first, -a daily pail from Sydney to | ?'Gooma and Borabala, a tri- weekly mailvta Cooma, : Nimity...

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

? r..' ' V- ?;.' '''.'.': no-hce. -.' ,. .. ril--,h F is Tiarticu'arly requested that any Jwegularny fn the delivery; or receipt by post, of the Hanaro' luhcwnr 4 ? ?' be notified at thoOffioe with as littie delay as possible, in; , otder that steps may be tokftntb prevent a tecurrenoe of - .^ , the annoyance. ... ? .. . .. ,;„ _..., ' . . ..?.?; ?.,. : ' . ~~ : Totfti&spoinJEisTs; -'j ^ '[ \ ?''. ? \ '? 'We are. in receipt of three jiommunicatioiis.'wgtt&a 'T. ' &rioT?l ana v A SubseribeiJ' which 'we are -compelled fo ? hold overitUl next week. . ' ; ®|i literal : 9$nm$-] ASD TOOKA XSD BOMBAlA S3JTTBBTISBB. OOOSIA, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1869.

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PASTORAL. THE WOOL CHALLENGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 7 May 1869

PASTORAL. ? '? }- ;???_?' .??;? the wool chaxlenge. ...: . .^WlTHtnra'knowing much about it, and Without; ' \ ?' 'being imrnediHte'lv inflch the beltterforit, the sheep- 1 ; 1)i;ee^^ps of Sew Soiith Wales areoredited with a' Tic}ory— b Tictory for which they -stand indebted; ?to Mri. IT- P. Bavlv. j . , The i Australasian s&rm ;t6T)e.at morB painB to ? ?cover what may be iusfly considered the defeat' of. ?the '^iptorian parties to the wtiol challenge, entered : . Snto.iBpme three year? since, than those gentlemen! : i are I themselves. The 'statements from Messrs. ? liearnionth, Shaw, and 'Ourtie lie before us. . In ' ?'? ?tone'andrnBnner.^hey are upexoeptionable, ? being i !?!.„? ; ,5inRrHy;and^trfltghtforward. Had the editor dipped | i. topen in the generous fluid whioh «erred. them. 1 ; . ''for', their compositions, his comments on this second . ',.. ''nndiconpluding phase of this trialof strength would | ? ,.4iave;be6niin'ore ingenious. It will be rememberedi , ?b^^mpstT...

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

j., r, ? itotP.portioiiirji 50*ore6;jiarish-of Taniiwaiigalo , , Lots, portion «0, 57 aoMe,TariBh of -lantawangalp . ?exduslrdy of twotoafls, Wh'l-ciiain i^de : ; ; 3 j;;.,.;-jy-ansiTi^:ot».r^li4h^wjae/';;j,t',, ; .? ; ' ' ' Iiot V, ^peniea J83, 106 acres, parish of Taatawaiigalo j ?exdumvdy^f »»oad lSUlnVIW'; ;r ; '; '. . ; : '.''_ . ' ; . i '.i :??? ? Iiot X; portion 65* 60 acres, parifihidf -Taiftawang«Jo Lot Y, portion 8B,. 106 acres, paiMh of ITarftawangalo . ' '?''??'?'? j^gJ^.^c^^^^j^'j^'^bBri^i.t'ba&'it Bembolca '^River, : ^between its 'conflueaeejwifli 'Sandy ana ?iT«nWAifeai« OtS&nB,'*n: aa&aear theteaiiroin JBenAdka.'. and Ninuttf^e;tb-iBega; ' ' ? : ' '? '?' : .','.' : ', ? .'???-. LotZ, portion 81, 218 acres, ipansh-of Beiniroka, on the ' ' ' ,. ;:^;t^o.irS^ay^a^-kajaqent'iio',Uie pastern boundary '?'' v' -if'Tooth'sSJi aores and Collins* conditional purchase of fitfOacxes; «rdumvieiy^faTOaaa'6haihwi4e' ? ?? ; , '. ; I j 'J.i»fAA.j| ^ortfon:7-,-4...

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