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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BEGA, ON MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1869. COUNTRY LOTS. County of Auckland. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

AT THB POLICE OFFICE, BEGA, Ok Monday, *3*|pt 14, 1869. WVITIBV LOTS. , . County of Auckland. Lot A, portion 121, 40 acres, parish of Merfago, situated! between Bowling's conditional purchase of 40 acres and ' Rheinberger's conditional purchases of 80 acres, on Merin gola Greek Selected by L. GibBon - - - ' . Lot B, portion 122, 40 acres, parish of Meringo, situated! adjacent to the. western boundary of Haigh's csndUional purchase of 100 acres at Meringola ' Selected by H. Gibson LotC, poition42, 40 acres, parish' of TanUwahgalo, on the left bank of Tantawangalo Creek, adjacent to southern boundary of Boiler's conditional purchase of 80 acres, ana the Twofold Bay Association's 210 acres ; exclusively of a road 1-ehain wide Sdebled by L.Aldock' , Lot D, portion 84, 50 acres, parish of Tdntawingalo exclusively of a road 1 chain 'wide. '_ ?::??? ^ta---'. aat Lot E, portion 65, 76 acres, parish of TaaMhui^dK exclusively of ft road 1 chain wide* ^^ ' '*B?' LotT, portion 66, 16 aerei, juu...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

^'^'.-^tLOODS*^'''^^-5^'; '. 'V Ehoh our files wo peijfflire Uiire^have'been'erfenitve floods down the country, aseompanieiby joss of lifer The' tS.-af. .^M%«peaJnng-)Athe flopds at- Windsor,, ^enrith,; and Oamden, says :— At half-past H o'dock.on Saturday morn* ing'a telSgram Was receiveabytiieHon^MiniBterftr Works J from Jlr.Thomas/iJieEngineerlbr: Existing lines,- lo the followinfieffeot— ''I-expecttoe water will be in the.cmiTHB ;of nw) hours as 'high as hist flood,' .lose n& time In Bending boira '?&? Blacktown with' crews.1' The jnembere of the Government had anticipated some request of the Jdnd fcom. those places, which are now, popularly ,known-jas ^*the' flooded districts;' Captain I£ixon.h's.d been instructed1 to have boats and crews in readiness; and in less than an hour a train wae in progress with half a ' doaen good boats and a fine body, of . Government boatmen and menibera of the Wa^erPblice force'; ftree bf the Ministers went.'up in the train J the H...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

SPORTIN©. I As it is «tntprl tlwt the 'Burrfa career on the colonial turf terminaterl with winning the 'Queen's Plate, a brief resume of the performances of the greatest fqtiine wonder known in connection with the ' Australian turf may not be uninteresting. It is' almost needless to inform our sporting 'readers I that, this now famous animal is bySir Hercules out ' ?of Young ?tfrulnare, or that lie was bred by Mr. -a. ' Lee, of Bylone, from whom he was purchased un- i . tried by Mr. Tait, to whose stable he has given a i ; World-wide celebrity, for not only harei the. Barb's .achievements formed the subject of discussion in all the Bporting papers of these colonies, but have' ' obtained prominent record in contemporary journals ' in England and; America. His first appearance: before the red flag was at Homebunh on Easter ; Monday, 1866, in thflrrjalStakeB won by Blohdin. ?On the first day of the following Randwick meeting he finished behind Fishhook and Budelight, in the ; T wo ty e...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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FEARFUL GALE AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

JFBAEFUL OALE AT NEWCASTLE. . The correspondent 'of thb SI U. JTcraid, telegraphing frota Neweistle on Snnday evening iast,-fitatos that a heavy gale frpintho S.E. set in last night, ,apd bleyr very hard ? with .intervals of heavy rain, which, still, continues. The sea rose very rapidly,' and broke with great violence across the Pleads. About 8 a.in.rtb»dBy a steamer. hove insight from rthesquthward, andfwipe attempted to. enter the port but was compelled to stand out to sea, and apparently ran. for Port Stephens.' She is tubposed to be bithef the 'Platviiiis ior the , Susannah Cudibert, most likely the : last tiamed. The brig Burnett, of 167 tons, owned in: Sydney, left . Jiure on Triday last, coal laSeh; for Sydney, but was compelled to put back She entered 'about noon with a kignal'df ' dfs trcsB uyinn.juiiLdropjjudJierauiiUijroli'-Uio Ovslor Bank; she drifted slowly into tbo bipht, the sea breaking heavily over herfor.FpjnOt.tae. The lifeboat/wosipromptly manned .and dispatched ...

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 — 14 May 1869

New Books and Stationery. TITST OPENED, «t tkp MERCUBY BOOK U MAET, the following HEW GOODS :— ; Grammars, Murray's ... -|r. — ?_ ??? 1-- Odv Geographies (with^Mops) ,j&i-ldsmith'* Latest Edition f ?.., :/~\L ... ... : 8 6 , .?, Spelling Booke, Oari)ent«rVi MaT'r'« 1 °'/ First Book of Lesscm.. .., £.. 0 6 'Copy Boots (with1 Head Lines), ^os. 1 to 12, Swan'i' ... ... „. 0 '4 ' Churoh of England Catecbumt ... ??0-6 ' Memorandum Bookt ... „. ...10 Pocket Ledgers .„ ? 8 6 '? Foolscap Ledgers, indexed, half-bound 12 6 Tfoolscap^Ledgers, half-bound... -... 10 4) - Blotting Paper, per quire ? 8 6 ?Blotting Pads, demy 4to ? 2 0 Blotting Pads, foolscap folio ? 2 6 -Tissue Paper, all colours, per .quire i,, . 2-6 : Song Books ? ... 0 6 Carpenters' Pencils, hard lead, black, each „. ... „. ...0 8. Drawing pencils, each... „.., ... O 6 Slates, medium eiie ..„ -, ? 1 0 ' Slates, large Biza' ? 1 6 Small Bottles Ink ,.. ... ^ 0 4 Cowan & Co.'s School Pens, per box... 5 0 Joseph Gil...

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 — 14 May 1869

; Mb. B. LIPSCOMB, Solicitor, &c, O00MA, OMTSB/GOIfSUEfED AT HIS OFKOE, SHARP-STREET, COOMA. ? E. MARGOSCHIS, THE ONLY' WATCH AND OLOOK MAKER .? ? ? ? 3to . ? QOOMA, ]Vext I-oor to Shannon's Hotel. T- EPAIBS EXECUTED at the SHORTEST ' J\- Notice, ohabgbs modebatb. Make no Mistake : ^E^iiDOOK to SHANNON'S HOTEL. LOUIS MYERS, TINSMITH AND IRON--WOBJKER, AT'MARGOSCHIS1 OLD STORE, ', ' COOMA. ;; ,? . ; . REPAIRS JSTEATLIT EXECUTED WITH DISPATCH. PEARSON, ENGLISH, & PECK, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, Gippsland Stock Exchange, SALE., X IBERAL ADVANCES on STOCK consigned I 1 for sale. ' Account sales and proceeds promptly rendered. Mr. PECK will -continue, as heretofore, te act as : ' AUCTIONEER for the disposal ot , ; Horses, battle, Sheep, &c. AGENT AT BRUTHEN-Mb. THOMAS -J. STIRLING. GOLDSBROUGH, BURT, & CO.. 30, HUNTER-STREET, SYDNEY; R. GOLDSBROUGH & CO., BpmiKE and William Stbeets, Melbouenb 5 LIVE STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, ; Sheep & Cattl...

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 — 14 May 1869

coomJl jp£zoe1s cimi^T. ? ; ; Bread, 21b. loaf ...... 0 0 6 Flour, firsts ? 30 0 0 Butter, *e*,perlb. * I :6 Flour, inds ? „ 19- O 0 BuUer, ealt._ ? 0 1? Straw ? S 0 0 fleet ....;.i«. ? ;./..:.» 0 « *IaiEe ? ; None. Mutton.... ? 0 0 4 Oats, scarce 6s. .toD 6 6 Bacon ..„ ? 0 0 7 Wheat ? Bs. to 0 6 6 Cheeee .'„....:...?.,.:. ti ' 0 o Onions ...;;.::.v....r..; O 0 ?e PotatoLvercwt: ... 0 8 O Milk, per quart...... None. Hayf ? £7toi»0 « Eggs, per doien. ? 0,1 9

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 — 14 May 1869

MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. ? Tas following arethe hours of arrival and departure of the mails running oetween Cboma and. {he places hereunder, named:— . ' ? ? .' . ? . 4.EBIVI! AT OOOMA— From Sydney, GoulbuYn, &ueanbeyan, Hicalago— Dn Sun fav, 'Wednesday, 'Friday, at 6;S0 a..tri. From Delegate, Bombala, Nimitybelle — On Monday and Thursday, at 5 p.m.' ..,.,,..-? From Cathcart, Eden, Merimbula, Bega, and Panbiila— On' Saturdav, at 5|).m. ? ? ? - From Bombiila via Bobundarat— en Saturday, it 5 p.m. From Kiandra, Russell's, Adaminaby— On Wednesday, dt 7 p.m. ' . From Snowy River via Buckley's Crossing, Gegedzerick, Jindabyne, -'Woolway, ?Coolringdon— On Monday, at S p.m. From Junction of the UmaraUa and Big Baaja Rivers— On Thursday, 'A 5 p.m. LEAVE -dOOMA ? For Kficatago, Qneanbeyah, Goulburn, -Sydney— On Mbn day, Thursday, Saturday, at 6 p.m. For Nimltybelle,'BombalarDeleg*te,Cathoart--On 'Wednes dayund Sunday, at £.a.m._ ? _ . . For Bobundarah, Bombala, Delegate, Cathcart, Panbula B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

?IHnieA '? anA ptHili-hed%ti TboUAb VTivlikk Henet ant , -,G«6»ofeiVrtWAJi;SpBi-ia fiole,propr%ttorf),,itt *J* : ' jS^ifeo/JAtJlijJiaoJpBCURV* VommUsbaitr-itreet^ .^^-pfc... .. ....... ^

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LATEST INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

IilTEST iWTEROGLONiAIi^TELEGrEAMS. ; '?MEuSpOTtiifE.-^-a. writ bf fti**n* corpmTaas beengrantedin Mr.Qiiirtenriaii'ecaJjei-whioliiflniad^returnftWetb-niorroir. The Houes is now discussing whether the Speaker shall ibe defended in the case or not.— A woman was found murdspud , near the Military Barracks. Mr: Butters has: been re- . elected, iinoppoEedt—^Iri !vale«ddresse& a stormy meeting , ob Ballamt last sight ; an amendment was carried against him.— In the case pf lewis'v. Iqwls, (or diYorce,^the jury ? Ibund ^-rtne peuuoner.~-^our is soan», at mo xuh.., vvw bushels of Tesmanian wh^i: sold at 5s.- 4J4; to ^s. 6d; .; 'teas - eold at Is. $&. to Is. Si.^Mr. Quarterman has been released by the Judges. In the -jbisembly, on .Thursday evening, ; Mr. M'CuUpch gave'ixotibe of hie intention ;te move far a : Select Committee to inquire into and report upon' the whole ca6e, and ,a committee Jiks been appointed from -both sides ~ of the Hoiise to searchforprecodents.— SirJaJne...

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THE MINERS' LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

;.^H^.WNEBS-1i,EAOTrB, V ' . The.Mntn^ifeor^ says it is probable that the next! Bessibn of , ParliaTrent wjll be very brief, and that, anticipating the ^General Bledtion to follow, the* Government ?will introduce as few subjects for , discussion ;as possible. .The object will . doubtless be to tide:, over the session somehow, and let. all impbttant changes or tmtorovements wait till the advent of the new Parliament. ' : ' One of the ?questions the people of Crrenfell and other mining comfeunities are -deeply interested in is, whether under' the circumstances the Govern ment will move in the matter of Mining Reform before the new Parliament meets. If the measures contemplated — that is; if the Government do «6tt template aithanger- be of a large and comprehensive character, aud, so, likely to bring about opposition, it is useless to, : expeot that any new Gold Fields Bill will be introduced ;%efore the session after next. What then, vender the circumstances, is it best for the mining...

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. GOULBURN MAIL ROBBED. BRAIDWOOD JOINT STOCK BANK ROBBED. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. {Through Greville and A)., 7eUgrammists.) SYDNEY, Thursday Evening. GOTJLBUUN UAH BOBBED. SBAnnrooD joint stock bank bobbed. The floods in the Windsor and Penrilh aistridta have sub sided, and beyond the droirning of three persons at Camdon no further lives iave been lost. The gale from E.S.E. has' proved disastrousio the ship ping, principally amongst smairtraders. Eight vessels have Trcen wrecked, and thirty-five lives Idst. ? ? ? . Three men stopped the 'Southern Mail between Marulan and Goulburn on Tuesday last. They took away the mail bags. Tho'roBbery took place within four miles of Goul ? 'burn. - - On Snnday night five men made an unsuccessful attempt to rob the Joint Stock Banii atT-raidwood, Three, of them have been arrested. They were resisted by the Manager of the Bank. '. . '' ' ' '? ?$$ty '? :' MEIi^pBNE, Thursday Kvening. i ' Mr. Jonea has been rotlinied to flie Victonan Asseinbly, by the (electors of Ballarat?' ' ?'? ?? ; The Hon. John Hubert...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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OUR MAGISTRATE AND POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

OPS, MAGISTEATB AND: POLICE. Ora Sydney contemporary, the Freeman's Journal, seems to be under the impression that our rolioe Magistrate, Mr. Dawson, is solely, to blame for the circumstances connected with Brogan's ease. If our contemporary will permit- us, we would inform him that Mr. Dawson had nothing what ever to do with the case, bayond the {act that the man tras brought before him having been arrested by virtue of a judge's warrant ; we presume our contemporary has based his remarks . on the question put to Brogan by hia Honor Mr. Justice Cheoke us to who was the committing ma^is ?trate, but, under the circumstances, the 'committing magistrate' had no other alternative than to place the man in the custody of tlio police penaing tiie arrival of au order from Gfoulburn, and liore theTelice Magistrate's oon ncctjon with this case ended. Wu certainly Jo not agree with a man boing.handcuued, ironed, or submitted to any indignity till ? he ' has been ' actually provefl guilty1 of' ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

; '. ? ?. ^mw^^Li^^r^h ' i Bt the Tarama, wLich arrived in Melbourne at ah early hour on Friday mominc from : DMnadin, we iiaye our'fllos from that port up to' the 82ud ultima. A.'^ele^ram from ^lUnetott^f^«;preyious-dky^*ae-«aya55?^SaTOI a leading Napier okief, who came herewith Mr. M'Leanto ^eiitliu Prince, has promised, oaiiis return toKapier, to . make inquiries, aad if possible ascertain the truth regard ing the reported death of Te Kooti. The Native Secretary received a telecram from Wflbiehtn-dav. nf -wtiicH t.hn fnl. -lowicg isa- trrnBlation :— ? The-daath of Te Kooti is con firmed by the Mohaka people. . Hb Was Shot dead'by Butono -Hmaro Tomoana.' A telegram dated Napior, April 21, says^—'Tho oamp at I'etane is virtually brokehup. Forty of the. first class luilitia, disgusted beyond endurance at the treatment they had 'received,' shojildered Wxelrrifieg and returned to town. ' They siy ? that ten days in camp doing nDthiim was as much aB they could stand. Oolonel Lam T)ert ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWS TO APRIL 17TH. (Through Greville and Co., Telegrammists.) SYDNEY, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWSTOAPB.U. 17m. ( Through O'rcvillc and Co., Tclegrammists.) SYDXEY, Thursday EveiSinfr. Tfte Royal Mail Steamship Avoca has arrived, fcrmjrinB English dates to the 17th ultimo. The following are the most important items : — The second reading of Mr. Gladstone's Trifth Chnrch Bill has been carried in the House of Commons liy a £large majority. Ireland has again been made the Eoene of further agrarian outrage^ . Affairs on the' Continent are tranquil. The Queen and Royal Family are -well. Wool remains unimproved; quotations being the eamo as given in last English intelligence. The Australian preserved meats are eagerly sought after, and the demand 6teadily increasing.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

XT is paiticalarly requested tkat any irregularity in the JL deliTery,-)t receipfby post,'of tho Manabo Meecitev ..;- bo.notifledittbe Ojfice with as little delay as' possible, in ;, rorafirl:tbat js^ens : may be taten to prevents, recurrence of .;?.-. fla WmpjiaiW-':-. a; U^ii:-.- ??/.'- '-^v- ?'?'''?'..&. -.s ..'.- ?; akd -pooka -Mro;30MBMa. kdtebtibeb. : ? COOMA, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1869. ? Public) Meeting.— Pursuant to advertisement a . meeting of persons interested in the matter of a' commonage for the town of Oooma wts held at ?the Court-house *on lUoiiiay afternoon. There was a ?very-liirgesttenclance, principally comprising the residents of the town. Mr, R. .DawEon, JP.lk,' .occupied the chair, and after reading the advertise ment convening the meeting, stated that the object lor its consideration was the appointment of five gentlemen aa trustees of the proposed oottimonage, whose names would have to be submitted to the ?Government and published iii-the Government Gazett...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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TRAVELLING SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

TRAVELLING SHEEP. As some dnubts have existed in the minds of both drovers and sheep-holders as to the weaning of the fortieth clause of _ the Sheep Disease Prevention Act,, directing owners of travelling sheep to pro cure » 'certificate 'from the inBpeotor of the district before Betting out upon a journey, and much, inconvenience, to the drover, and much alarm to the station holder, lest scab should bedisseminated by uncertified travelling ' sheep, having 'been'pc-, casioned thereby, it has been considered Advisable! by many of the squatters in this part of thecountry, that (he opiiuon of the ?cliief inspector should be obtained upon the matter, . A.telegmm wesj aooordingly the other day despatched . by Mr.1 Thomson, of Urans, to the chief inspector, aslcingi Jor_ the, desfred . information, and to this,. we are; informed, the following. telegraphic 'reply has been' ?received: — 'The certificate is necessary; please : demand inspection, end ask 'your neighbours to. dp bo.'.' From t...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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IMPORTANT EVENTS—JEWISH AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

IMPORTANT EVENTS -JEWISH AFF AIRS, Thkfe important events now occupy the nttention of 'the Jewish people all over the'civilieed world;; ThefirstHs the revocation, by theProvincial Govern merit of Spain, of the decree of banishment, enacted in l¥f 2, i'n conseqnence of which the Spanish Jews, over tirflf-a-mjllion in number, were, driven forth from fhelr country. After the lapse of nearly four centuries, Judaism may again find a home in Iberia. On Monday, Mr. Guedalla who has chiefly been, intrnmental in obtaining this revocation, forwarded to Madrid a magnificent scroll of the Law of Moses — no doubt the first seen there since the year which witnessed the expulsion of this race ; and we shall seon hear that at the eide of a Protestant ' church. a Jewish synagogue will be reared. . .The seoond event is the establishment of an agricultural colony by Jews in the land rif their forefathers. At the annual meeting of the Univer sal Israelitish Alliance, lately held at Paris, M. Ad. Cremie...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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AMONG THE HAUHAUS. [A TALE FOUNDED ON FACTS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

AMONG THE HAUHAUS. [A TALE FOUNDED ON FACTS.] One fin« evening in the Autumn of 186?1, I was walking slowly along the eea beach near tbe settlement of T-—, enjoying to the full tbe luxurious quiet of that most delightful season — a time of the year beau tiful in all countries, but especially in New i-°aiana. an nature, sea nnn sky and shore, lit by the crimson rays 6f'tbe fast setting; sun, seemed to bask in the warm effulgence, as 'though anxious to forget that coming night would soon draw the sapphire from sea to 6k y and the purple 'from 'the distant. In'U. i'I sauntered along1, enjoying the sacred ppBceanri quift, when suddenly a woman's shrill -Vcreani and cry for' help broke, on my hear. -~ Running quickly in the directiou from whence the sound pro ceeded, on coming1 round an angle of rocks, I saw a group of three or four Maoris struggling with a young white girl, who was evidently in the greatest extremity of terror. ; On Jay approach, the men- took to their heels.suddeniy be...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 14 May 1869

QOEAIfBEYAN. .Last week the midnight. repose of the residents in the neighbourhood. of St. John's Church, Canberra, . was -.disturbed by a band of ruffians bent upon tUo perpetration of .a, series of the most dastardly and malicious acts it has ever fallen to our lot to record. It seems that cither for spite or mere wanton mis chief a band of fellows have for some time past been in the habit 01 infiictmg injury on tUe pro perty, of fie ver»l persons in the neighbourliood .mentioned. On-fche night af Tuesday or Wednes day last week, Mr. Abernethy, the. teacher of the denominational school at St. John's, was aroused .by the -ound. of smashing glass.; Jumping out of . bed he showed himself «t the door of bis* residence where, in the tuoonlicht, he.^aw a baud of ruffians .mounted.on horseback, who, in«pite of all remon strances, continued . to assail the premises. Mr. Abernethy em the danger to which the inmates of his house were exposed, began to take his children out of bedaud remove ...

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