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SHOCKING TRAGEDY AT CHILWELL [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 28 May 1869
SHOCKING TBaQERDY AT CHILWBLL A VF.KtLPVL tragedy was enacted In' Noble-street, Chilwell, on 'Wednesday evening, through which a yertoran soldier iiamed Danagher baB met with a more terrible fate than if hfe fell with his comrades of the 18th Royal Irish before £eba*tapol. ' The circumstances leading up to this catas trophe furnish another example of what many a depraved -woman can entail on society. About three years ago a draper in Ballarat, named Fullor, left for reasons not dis closed, his wife and three children, and nothing further has been heard of him beyond the fact that he went to Gippsland. His wife subsequently removed to Geelong, and the brother of her husband, Edward fuller, a native of the town, aged - twenty-four, in the employ as cxi tcr of Mr. J. W. Roberts, took up his residence with her, and furnished her house. Within the past tn-elve months the woman has been delivered of a child, of which her brother-in-law is the reputed father. About six weeks since, William...
GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 28 May 1869
:. : &IPPSLA.ND STOCK MEPORT. Peabsok, .Ekoliru, and Peck.— Fat Cattle: Owing to the high prices ruling in Melbourne, ? transactions locally are very limited. ? We quote bullocks at from £7 10s to £9 i cows, £5 103 to £7.- Store -Cattle : The demand in excess sfafhe supply, and likely to continue so for some lune.yunls aBSarriving so slowly. -, We quote .bullopke, superior, '.at , £4T(0i to £4 15s ; good,1 at £4 7s 6dto£4lOs; cows, £1 12s 6d to £S. We hate sola several lots within the last ten days at above quotations. We would recommend holders' to start their cattle at once. Sheep: A fair demand for good store wethers at from 5s to 6s. One superior Ibt of Manaro wethers went as ligh as «s 9d on terms. Ewes enquired ' for; also fat wethers; : Horses : The market has teen well supplied lately, and the .consequence is that inferior, weedy stock are difficult to be got rid of at any price. Good colts .always command their value. We spld. on the 8th instant Mr. Sheen's mob, fro...
THE RECENT EXPLOSION IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 28 May 1869
THE RECENT EXPLOSION IN PARIS. Two human bodies hurled forward were dashed against -an iron bench on the opposite side of the street, nnd were broken into pieces bv the violence hy -he shock, some of the bleeding limbs striking the fronts o4 the shops, wlnle particles of human .brains penetrated in'.o a room on the second floor through a window which was shattered by the de tonation. The head of oneof .the victims had been launched into the Rue Victor Cousin, opposite the manufactorv. A bar of iron, driven forward with the speed of an arrow, perforated the front of a shop, came out on the other side, and remained fixed in the wall of a court beyond. Among those wounded a man names Jules G-aumier wis struck on the head hy a glass :'«b)inter and' badly cut; one: Roche, a bookbinder,' had hisriijht arm frac tured ; M. Patapul, a pupil o' the E'oletlcsBeiiiY- Artp, and M. Devuus, a medical Bhsdent, received severe contu«ipn«. A sojdier was. wounded in the facf, and «-wral; wdmr-n receiv...
COUNTRY FLOUR AND PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 28 May 1869
COUKT*Y FLOna ASD PRODUCE MARKfiTS. ?! ; In Goulburn fine flour is £14 cash and £15credit, seconds - '~£1'3 cash, £13 10i credit ; bran Is 6d, and pollard Is SJper bushel ; wheat Ss per'busheV. ' ; : ; ? ' ' In Queanbeyan -fine Hour is iGlS cash T-erton, seoonde, £14; :wheat ,4efld^o 5s, .inaize 4s ,«d-to is,- barley Sa ;bd,-, -oats'Ss 6d 16 it, Drah Is per bushel j oaten hay £5 per ton, ,potatbs'«s io8i perewt. ' ' ' '. . :. ''
OUR LAND LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 28 May 1869
OUR LAND LAWS. -^ e s A movement is now'onfoot amongst the gra«iers of theijjligfa and Western districts, having for its object ihe alteration and amendment of the ex i-nin^ land Jaw. At present this movement 5s con-, fined to tlio graziers, but the cobperation of all' persons is invited, and we may 'fherefore hope the benefits sought io- be obtained will; be available, in an equal manner to the other olass, . vie., the free Beieciom, ;j.ne naiure os me proposes siieraunns aud amendments we are not yet acquainted with, but shall take'the earliest opportunity of -lining thorn before our readers. Many assert we do* not' require Bny alteration or amendment of onr land laws, /bar wo think if the subject, is well considered, not solely on behalf of the individual, but with a view to the more rapid progress and settlement of the country, a few beneficial alterations end emend-' 1 mentB might be mactfl both in the Alienation and Occupation Acts. Under the 23rd regulation of: the Grown Land...
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 28 May 1869
SYDNEY PMOD UCE. MARKET, Doffin and; Son.— Wheat 4s to As, barley 2s 91 to 4s per busbel ; potatos 4s 6d to 5s, onions 9s to 12s per cwt. ; pigs 2d to 4d,' butter 9d to li, cheese and lard 5d to 8d, honey 31 to 4d, beeswax 101 to Is perlh.* Buekingpiirn 3s tc 4s each; eggs Is to Is 3i doe; fowls 2s to 2s6a ducks 2s 6d to 3s, eeese 4s to 6s, mi-keys Gs to 16s per pair ; bacon 5d to id lb ; light bides 6s to 14s, heavy bides 10s to 90s «ach.
AUSTRALIAN MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 28 May 1869
AUSTRALIAN MEAT. Mr. Taiieeman, on the part of the Australian Meat Agency, l-as entered into nn arrangement with the directorf! ot the Aeriled Bread Combany ^or the sale by the latter of Australian meat by retaii, on a liberat comaiisFion. The mercantile value was previously tested at a shop opened lor that pin pOBB in Norton Foljatc, in Slioredilfh, where the tinned meat was nurchasVd' to a fair extent, and the cured rolls ot beef and mutton eagerly fioiiglit too ?6y the poorof^that tonality at BJ. per pouuh for mutton and 6d. for beef. . JL»' -!ie bread company has over elg)ilj retail shope, moetlv situated in simijar localitit's, it, is likely to do a large business in this new article. ' At the Norton Folgatc ehop about » ton and a half per week is worked off, a»i^ iu, the fresh coridgnnients. are ^ar euperior to those wfiich -preceded Cttem, ?bemg ciirea* witf 'a. large ^jer «enrag-? *f ; sugar^t ?may reasdnBbly5be«xpected that at least one-third of the quantity above nam^d wfl...
SEVENTEEN MONTHS WITHOUT FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 28 May 1869
SEVENTEEN MONTHS WITHOUT FOOD. A ?A.uA graph has been going I he round of the papers under ihe heading of ' Strange Story from Carmarthenshire,' eta-ing that a young girlhns lived for ?seventeen months without food. The Lancet qiioted'-the paragraph, nnd ridiculed Ihe - credulity of tne vicar of the parish, who has written to the papers expressing his belief in ihe story.. In conscience of this, the father of the cirl. ifr. Kvan Jacnbi of Lla'ifihangerar-Arth, has ciilled in sevefal -merUcBl mieri'tp px^mine the child, and a committee has been appointed to investigate the matter. A subscription list has been opened to defray the expenses of men who ere to watch the girl, two by nightand two bv day. The teBt was rortimertced Bt 8 o'olo^kon Monday night, March 22. The story is implicitly believed in the neigh bnurhoori, bud the father iti a respectnhle farmer. It is difficult to understand what motive there can be for decep'ion, as the fatlier will not nllow ihe child to receive miy m...
A FEMALE GROOM AND BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 28 May 1869
A FEMALE GEOOM AND JBUBGLAR. At the Tocbridge Police Court on Tuesday, a young woman, aged about 21, who some years ago ran away from her service as nursemaid to a family at Knock bolt, was committed for trial at the en suing Maidstone ass-zeBon a charge of burglariously breaking and entering two houses at Brenchley a .ni-iht or two ago. She now gave the. name ot Mary Field, and is of a somewhat prepossessing appearance. She some five or «ix ^ears ago went to the neighbourhood of Horsemor.dec as a young' rnnn, and found employnientas a hop pioker. In consequenceof her exceedingly good behaviour and Rinifiiinritv of auuearance. the Rev. J. W. Buxton took an interest in her,, and procured for her a situation in' the neighbourhood. She behaved very ?well, and after a time she went to the Bull Inn, where she for two years followed the vocation of potboy. She next went as stable boy or under groom to Mr. William Monckton, surgeon, of Brenchley, after which the Rev. F. Storr, vicar of the...
THE PROPOSED EMIGRATION OF THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 28 May 1869
THE a?B6t!O^EDi itMIORATlbN OF^HIHE On Tuesday, March 23, a public meeting was he^d at the M ill«*li -Ironworks, for the purpose^of pro moting the emigration of .unemployed attisana and labourers to the British' colonies. Mr. IVeiieripk Yoiinif, who 'was in the chair, «arnostly advocated the claims of'the NaViohnl^Eimgraiion Aid Society. Ha was followed by the Eer. Mr.: Oaparo, Captain barker Snow, Captain Wake, E.N., theEev.^Mr. Haheock; Mr. Bate, Mr. C. P. Measor, and. other geiulemen. The %rA resolution was to the effect — That ihe BUpply of la'bour'in -this'-cou'titry bo and increase panporlsoi in alarming -proportions ; that an instant and extensive remedy is demanded j that one -of the be-t and most, feasible' remedies ib' *he exportation of «gr excess of labour to the eol(K ?nien, where ^t As ?needed for their development* that. 'a- Buffieierit application of thisTemedy is be vond the povter of private charity, »nd can only bB effected by the-3rovernnient!; and that ihB Go* v...
MERIMBULA SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 28 May 1869
MEEIMBPLA SHIPPING. ??''..' '????.. ? ARRIVALS. ? May 17— Kembla, s., Captain Sullivan, from Sydney. May 17— Kiama, s., ' Captain Garde, from Sydney. Pas- &nbsp; &nbsp; sengers:' Messrs. Wren (2), -Gibson, Tassen, McKay, Solomon, Johnson, and. 7 in the steerage. : DEPARTUR S. &nbsp; , May 18— Kembla, s., Captain Sullivan, for Sydney. MaylQ. — Kiama, .B./ Captain Garde, for. Sydney. Pas»: songersv Mrs. Manning, -Miss AfaTitiiTip, Mrs. Fairman, Mrs. Lewis, Miss Robinson, Messrs. Wilson, Lane, Burns, and 11 in the steerage. - : imposts. ; 54 bags sugar, 22 bags salt, i-cask brandy,: foa6k wine, 3 cases ishcrry, 2 cases kerosine, 2 cases salt, half-barrel herrings, i chests 2 half-chests tea, Sbagsrice, casesalman, 3 gin. 2 brandy, 1 conleetionery.-box blue, 1 starch, 20 soap, trass 4rapcry, 10 cases, 1 jams, 1 sago, 1 sundries, barrel currants, 97 pine boards, 10 bags flour, E. Prescott ; 3 cases, A. Battler; guartercask brandy, 1 rum, 9 cases spirits, Riion j 2...
THE FLANEUR IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869
THE FLAAEUE IN SYDNEY. The Verdi t given by the jury in ah.acUon to recover damages against the Government for damages sustained by b railway collision is likely vastly to increase the number of per sons who desire to profit by f hat mode of travelling. All foolish fears. may, from this time forward, be cast to the winds. An in dividual suffers a slight abrasion on his nose. .and iMbenoeforWard becomes Tttie mostlyif?r .mbient feature in his life. , Jffe ipivpjighVjibis ?precious' nose into Gomtf~,f rid ? affierj3»j|j sex tom5nation by bis Honor, anil a'hJorySrf ff?ur» Tfi|^bta1n8 satisfaction to; ftrtr «rteni?j^|pip| ?tHopsand pounds 1.' ':I. .wis|'f'o]|)|6)r^^9^BlI .superflous#ssampti|}ft*f»3tCow#ffft:%^sX .reasoning fa's iodine --degree; «f 'aaamagejahe1 ^diifion Mffe^nf1 ibe person *h^se 'no'se^wfls ?da'megYd?'|ndl^^^ ! persoa-njost ;4'n$ere6ted, , tpbV f to ;_: prpj'eit fhat -: organ. It is admitted that the plaint jff is a -Squatter, fchd I- am surprised to find that ihe rGqve...
THE GREAT WILL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869
SHE OREAT WILL CASE, One of the most extraordinary trials which has ever occupied the courts of this colony has juet been brought to a conclusion after occupying the judge and Jury for twelve days. It was an issue tried to test the validity of a'' document said to be the last will and testa* munt of the late Hon. Tames Mitchell and which appointed a person named Woltskehl as sole executor for a period of twenty-one years. The property of Dr. Mitchell is said to be worth £100,000 and in a good measure consists af mineral lands, and for the last two years Wolfskehl has had a great many business transactions with him with reference to the working of these lands. One of the roost extraordinary features in this caso was the influence which Woltskehl hud obtained over Dr. Mitchell, notwithstanding that the friends and family of the latter did all they could to counteract it by showing that all the . promises of the former remained unfulfilled. One of these was to the effect that he was to...
THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869
THE XTCENSEB VICTtL&LIiERS' ACT. The appended article, which we take from the Sydney Sporting life, comments on a matter of great importance to the publican, and it can scarcely be denied the particular clause therein dealt with is anything but just. ' ?TJndflrthe existing Licensed Victuallers' Act. a publican cannot recover a debt for sale and delivery of wine, beer, or spirits, unless such -sale be of four gallons and upwards in amount. Any quantity under four gallons, if sold on credit, is so sold at the risk of the vendor. If the purchaser does not pay, the publican cannot compel him. In 'this regard, as in many others, the licensed victuallers are gravely wronged. : Let us put the, matter tbus^ — A person takes up bis residence at an hotel. He is supplied with food and lodging, and with such liquor as he may request to be pro. vided. When his bill, however, is pre. sented, wje wiir suppose that hs refuses to pay it. The publican seeks recovery at law, and at best obtain...
FENCING OP RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869
FENCING OF RUNS. A correspondent of the Pastoral Times records his practical experience of tbe feocing*in of runs: — I find, he says, my sheep to thrive much better, the wool is more in quantity, better in quality, and cleaner, the sheep far quieter than when shepherded, and I have no difficulty in mustering and drafting. My sheep graze in about 20,000 acre paddock; I always muster and draft all the sheep in one pad dock in a day oitb two men besides myself, having the drafting yards in the centre of the paddecks. After sheep have been taken two oribreo times to the wells, I fiod they will go regular, themselves. I always have a few old sheep amongst the weaners; sometimes sheep will g«*t into a corner, but very seldom and I never lost a sheep from that cause. My lambing is equal to the lambing in band, without the coBtand what always exceeded the cost, the very great annoyance from the men «ngag«d dnriog lambing, who eeetn to have only (wo objects in view— how much rations could th...
EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869
'' '.'7' ~' EfitlGrEATIOSr' It is reported, on good authority, that the chief measure to. be. introduced byr. the Go vernment during tbe coming 'session will jbe a bill to promote emigration, and that there will probably be a great party-^gbt «n 4be question. Great difference of opinion 'exists j «s to the desirability or otherwise of assisted I emigration from the mother country to! this colony, Un the one band itis asserted that labour is quite equal to the demand, and that to introduce more would only be to bring about additional poverty, without any counteracting . advantages. On the other side^it is stated that the country is of enormous extent, 'possesses immense resources, and only requires population to make it really prosperous and great. Those who live by labour «lone cry out that additional labourers must bring about a re duction in the price of labour, which is, sufficiently low at present, and , they point l to the unemployed in rthe metropolis and' large towns at the '...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869
HoixoWAi'e Pnaa.— Fluttering of tfa Heart.— This may be a temporary inconvenience, or the certain prelude to ulterior mischief. These purify ing Pills address themselves directly to the cause of palpitation, dispel flatulency, and regulate all derangements of the nerves and circulation, besides acting 'as general tonics and invigorators . of the system. The feeble and infirm who are subject to flushings, iaintness, and hysterical affections, will derive permanent benefit from a course of Hollo way's Pills, whioh reduce every vital action to order — not even excepting the brain and 'its many seuBorial offshoots. Perfect reliance may be placed upon these Pills bb a family medicine : their puri fying, tonic, and aperient powers, commend them to the attention of all superintending the young and delicate.— [Adfx.] . * Printed and pi&Usted bv Thomab Willum Hejmst and George waaui Bpeino (sole proprietortj, at the Offiecof the Makasq Mkbcuet, Commissioner-itreit, Oooma% Vevs Sown W...
COOMA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869
COOMA PRICES CU&RENT. :Brea.a,-'21b. loaf ...... (0 0 8 -Flour, firsts ? 30 0 0, 1 Butter, fresh, per lb. 0 .1 . 6 Flour, -2nds ? ..19 0 0 ?Butter, salt;.;..'.'...... :0 1 8 Straw ....; ? ;.. 8^ 0 0 3ecf ...; ? 0' 0:4 Maize.......;.... ? ;.. None. -Mutton. ? O O 4 Oats, iscarce. i6a. to:0 6 6 Bacon ? ,..'.0 V 7. Wheat^ .,..'.'.;..'-& to 0 «'6 ?Oheesc ? 0 -0 0 Onions - ? ..'0 06 -Pota.tos,.per*swt. ;;. 0 'S' 0 Milk, per quart.:.-... None. ' ? Hay, '.(.k..»....£7 to £8,;0. ,0 . Eggs, ;per, dozen, ? '0.-.4 '9