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TRAVELLING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

— i~^~m&maxm^T®w£^~™~ -m^ It is hoped that the next session of Parlia ment will not be allowed to pa«s; without; seeing an attempt mads to legislate on t bis subject; forfVrites the Deniliquin Chronicle) perhaps there w not a greater cause of dis satisfactioB among tbe squatting com inanity at preset) t than the subject of travelling, or 1tD(n«f''-mnBlni»**' »atn4,lr nrKinfi am mvin. cipally fed -by'being kept goiegtoor coming ?from 'somewhere?' 'The subject is entirely practical, and men who are able to deal wi^h it in ;that flense, -and desire to see legislation respecting; it, cannot begin too Boon to ventilate and comparethairrospective ? ideas. Tor onless tbis%e done it is more than probable that, «s something will be attempted.that something will prove un. workable and most likely unjust also. Sound legislation in this direction would undoubtedly have -a benefioial effect on ebeep farming generally, For as long1 as men can support large naoibflrs of sheep on their fell...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF DON EDUARDO SAN JUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

DEATH OF DON.EDUARDO SAN JUST. We regret to announce the death of the Consul General for Spain in Sydney. The S. M. Herald eays Don Eduardo San Just had been complaining for some time past, but his medical attendant, Dr. Nathan, anticipated no fatal result. During Thursday, May 27, symptoms of aberration mani* fested themselves at intervals. Shortlv before midnight Mr. San Just, who was then quite col* leoted, requested a gentleman who resides next door to eit with him during the night, and conversed very lucidly. On expressing a wfeb. to see Dr. Cox, that gentleman was sent for, and aocompanied Dr. Nathan to the deceased's room. Dr. Cox. talked with him for some time, and foand that the symptoms of mania were increasing;. and on his leaving the room deceased bolted it, and refused admission to anyone. The police were then sent for to force the door ; and on hearing them arrive, at a quarter to 3 on the morning of the 28th, he opened his bedroom window, situated in the third story o...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. 'The wool-sales held last week were rather inactive. The 'principal lots' 'offered were scourod, of medium quality. ?Several of these were Bold at about last week's rates. : The bale of greasy which won 1st prieeatthe Agricultural Show ^eold afc.Wi. Therewas iB^jood -supply of sheepBkins, but 'nearly BU!foUnd;purchaseB -a t'.ftom'ijd to 4^, and scoured »6Jd; Annexed'are.partienlars'Of'SElessr- .' ? ? ..? ?MOBr^ND Gp.-BRW,® bales greasy wopl at ^d ;. HK,' ' 19 fleece it'lld, 1 clippings afftjd : EP over'C/J^t 5d ; J- Bros,1 18 at 5d; BW&M, U6 scoured at MJd -,H at -lid, and 12 bales in small lets. 18 lots sheepskinB/Bt^d to 4fi ; pelts, Id. ...-.-,.. ? , . ':? i ? -,1 ...: ?..- : Haheison and Jones.— AID, S bales scoured -woolatlOJ, ^ atllid; 1 iqeksaUd; G.-TUmbsat 9d,-l locks at4a-, 3% -4 damag«d at 6d, and 4 single, bales. -Sheepskins realised iljdto^d. ?????..? ? . ?« „ jB*iu Akj) Tobjjer;— ^) over Yanda, 'SJ bales scoured 'wool at Uld, S at 7Jd, 1 at 5d...

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 — 4 June 1869

If A f\C\C\ GOOD SHINGLES. S'OasKon r XU5U WU de^ivpry., , .,.5..,; rl, ,, ...,-,„ ? ?'?? Apply 06 ? : .- ' , f.V-.'*; L ?'. --'';- ?: ?''»?''r;--, ? !-.;.''.. -.,-i'.. : - ?? -3-.,.\\rODLLETa?,-.v^oT ., .,,....,„,„,, ? ,. , . - .-,„, ., Cooma. .;., '. ?juni^ife^.; ?;;?;_?. .-. .;r/,'.;,:'^-. =,'.' : :.';-;-.:T^cbpiy)A,-.:y;:-.''.:-:: LITERARY INSTITUTE; TT is particularly requested that all PERSONS - L HAVING BOOKS* PAPERS, and other PROPERTY belonging to and bearing the stamp ' ? of^the COOMA JDITE^ABXINS'TITlJTBjtf ill send the SttmeitQ^tlie Undersigned, at.the Offioe of this Journal, without delay. , , ' , ?;.;; '/' .. ;' ''.?;,T^w-'-HKNBr,''; ''?„'.'-'?' ' ,M ,.; ,'. ,;.'-,? Hon. 8eo. j-r?,4pnj '.??:? ?:???: ' ' OTHEiRS. -.- :?- ?;.'- , ? ... : V a^NOTiov ENQUIRY and ADTOCACT ' J\l 4n edirnectib'h H*rith BSHjKOTIONS*i»ncl '[ LEASES. Oases in 'dispute and in ;abeyanoa investigated. ?? ,, . ? ? ' ?. ;' ? ??, ???- ;? -?.. Prompt answers, to applications addressed to.. ; - SAMUEL B...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BENDOCK SUBDIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

BENDOOK SUBDIVISION. The following report is by Mr. J. G-. Peers, Mining Surveyor and Registrar -? — 'I have the honor to report that the past quarter in this subdivision has not been marked by any great progress in quartz mining, though much improvement is anticipated from the fact that in nearly all the claims the stone become richer as the reef is worked down. ' I beg to give you an abstract of the condition and nrosDccts of some of the nrincinal comnanies in this place. ' The Come Love Company are now working their ground at the 100-feet level, from which depth their last crushing, consisting of eight tone of quartz, yielded 2l£ ounces of gold. 'The Morning Star Company are at present raising stone from their deep shaft, with very satisfactory prospects. ? 'The Evening Star Company, and the compa nies working Nos. 1, 2- p.nd 3 on the Morning Star Reef, are similarly engaged, and with like success. ' The United Company are engaged in prospect* ing their ground, by driving a tunne...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOULBURN STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

: tGOTTtLVURNGTOCK REPORT. SlESEns.,J?iNi.-A!i, DionaM, and 'Cohen tespectivoly -state - ! the -demdndfor really prime cattle 'and sheep is ; good .and ' prices eucouraging. '4The following are the latest quota- ; 'tions :— Fat -cattle, *6 to 168.; good, £4 10s to £S 15s. -Store 'cattle, two-to^Eiiyears, eaual sexes;'£2 lflsto £3 6s.; bul- . 'locks, £3 10s, in demand. 5ut wethers, ?prime;'8s to 9s; 'plain, 5s/to-6j. Store sheep, shorn, -fc to 5s. . Pigs, Sid to ' ?4dperlb.— HerM. ' '' . ',' ' ' :.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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COOMA STOCK AND PRODUCE REPORT. MANARO MERCURY Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

COOMA STOCK AND PRODUCE JIEPORT. ; Minaho Mbucuet ?Office, Thursday. Fon some few weeks past the local stock market has been soinpwliUt'idulland inactive, fcuta slight, improvement has taken place, and several inquiries, are now made for store cattle and sheep bf good description. In fat cattle there seems to bo a scarcity, and a few. head pf.rsally prime cattle would Ycalise a' good price in Cooina'at preserit; ifis a mattier of surprise that 'some of- our sottlets do-not . erect fattenine naddocks, and we think the local consumption alone would be remunerative, whilst there is a ready m&r- kot for such description of stock at the coast, 3raid wood, and Goulburn. , The latter place offers, in a gooS market »h'd speedy transit to the metropolis, additional 'induce- ment, for enterprise in' this direction ; thppstablishmeut of fattening and grazing paddocks in thisaistrict somewhat similar; to U10 system now; in vogue in Gippeland, -Would secure to Manaro a large trade and en...

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 — 4 June 1869

SYfiftEF STOCK REPORT. ? ? GotDSBttOuoa.BnBT.JiNnCo.— FatCattlo: Tho mmflret : *his week hns been well supplied withisil soits, and prices - given .way. *We quote best bullocks at 20s per 100 lbs. , Wo ' sold a drift from Milton, near Gladstone, at an average of 1 '£7 porhead.1 - Fat Calves': in* «6od demand: fat Sheep i 1 'This inarket ins alfo Wren way, «na prioss oa seooad; and (inferior lols-are conBiderably lowers At Glebe Island best mutton is seUing at 3Jd per lb i good ditto; 1} ; inferior air most iinsaleabK Resold 1500 Siis Week at7sto Us. -Fat ? liambs : In good.derriand, r Prices r»»ige from 8b to 10s ,6d, .Store Cattle^ Numerous inquiries for bullocks, (jut breeders ?reaeejdng for high' rates, inoonsequence Of very Jittlebudr t^uU'Oallgfc. Store Sheep' f Transactiont Very Umited. ' j

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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COOMA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

. COOMi POLIOEVObtfBT. . .' ' .; WEDNESDAY,' JTJNE'2.;; Before the Police MaglstraMB.nd.Mr. A. Montague. ' , - llobeit' Taylor, cliarged with absconding from the hired' Bervioe'pf itcssrs. Hinton .Brothera, :-ae discharged upon ? espressiiig Ins sorrow, and a willingness to return to work. ?»??? -..!-,.. mii;i 4ELTJOifA*,T witkMss. ?'?i:-.^ ' ' ? 0 i troiiam Brown, charged as above.-.was dischargedi It, appears $ms man len.iae wim, Knowing tnat ne wouia De -required in'tho4ase3Pycroftv.Orr,.j -.'-?'? ? ?' -:',?- i tilECENV. r - .'-,._, ',-.., : The adjourned oase of Pycroft y. Orr was iesuined,1 and tte evidence «f themanUrownj for, .which tbe.case-.was postponed, taten. -The main point of which proved that Fycrpft was drunk'du'ririgthe time Brown was in the house. :JIr.tip6comb appeared for prisoner. .. , ; ;?; ! -Mary Bowman' deposed that she was' in Cooma' bri Wed nesday, the lBth Say; :about 5 or 6 o'clock on the: evening of that day she in company with prisoner. and John Turner...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

t'S \\~MEwauwM£focK,Ekpti&T. '\.\ .'PoWEa,;EurnBnroED, «nd Co., ^report the price of cattle K ^unaltered j thay.sold 25,Q00.shoep at a decline of Is; good y^mthJBrs are 'selling at 8ilto to; ''?' ' Ih -: ???' - i) aim AHdvCAjif bell A»b Co. report testteef lit SSsper lOO.lbsjSOibswoaUierE.JlOs. '

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 — 4 June 1869

LATEST INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. Melbourne.— The. Press generally approves of the Land Bill.— As no member of the Assembly resigned to ' cnrvble Mr. yalo to get a' seat, that ' gentleman-has thrown up 1 his position as head of the Customs. It is not improbable that the Hon. J.G. Franciswill accept the Cbmmissionership of Customs. The. Assembly has ^ ^appointed a scleot ^com mittee to report on railway extension. The hew 3ury%ill contains the prinoiple of accepting the verdict of 'ton oat of twelyejurymen.rr The evidence, taken in the Egertori bank robbery case is strong against Bninn,''orioof tho bank clerks,* and Simpscn, a schoolmaster. Hugo Zievinger has been re-arrested, the conviction of Hovell leading the au thorities to'1 this determination ( he has' been committed to gaol; bailrolused. The chiefofficer of. tho 6hip Champion of the Seas has obtained a Verdict of £220 damages against the captain for wrongful dismissal ; ; Judge Barry -decided that he was only entitled to £?2, w...

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 — 4 June 1869

WANTED. TTTAISTEDb, nunjb«r»TPJCIK^iri SHOVEL W MEN4 also, a fe«r,-H-gD fcXONE BREAKERS. Applv to * j .'JAMES, ROPDASf,. Ceom^ or Works, JTimftybelle. ' WANTED. WASTED 50 ot-12 teTOJSBBEE^BES. . Apply-io ?: ?; ?' - { v rri ?-, F. MULXlNE, ' *-??? ?.; Boyal -Hotel, -Dooms. - WANTED, Jfor goodtullocka a -good price will be given. I .Apply to the UndersigneS. ' ? ? A.3L0MFIELD, -?- ! '??-? Coolainatong. : . ? -May 26, 1869. . . .; r . COOIVIA HOSPITAL. j A MEETINGofthamembereofCotomitteeof _oL the Cooma Hospital .will be. held at the Hospital .Building,, oa^MOJifDAy, , June 7t^, at half-paBt 2 b'elock p.nu ? ' - - *'By oitier of'the'Committee,- ? ? ? ' ' T.^W.-HENE1?,. . '; i / ? ? ..,,, .Hon. Secretary.: ??; Coozna, June i2,'1869. '????''?? . _ ? .MQTjcEi;';rj:li : ; , ;' T HATE 3STOW- iri:r»nyrp68Blwibn3aTBEaVRN -'? i HOEBE, branded -ABcdnjoinetl with nj-o^r the former brand on -near sU6uWer-- ?'? ; ?Any- person baring a bat^r right or .prior . claim'' - to the Horse is requested to ...

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 — 4 June 1869

Solicitor, feo^ ; :- ? ?????? . '.. OOOMA, ? ' . ? = '?' 'CiH BE CoNStTLTED %T £18 OPFIOK, j *4-' — B.lMLARGOSdKCIS|f* ( THE ONLTWATOHAtTD .CLOCK MAKER ? :' ? ' ** ???.-?? j . coorviA, „ * - IVext Door to ShmmonV Hotel. 'T3EPAIR8 EXECUTED at the SHORTEST -X* NOTICE. Chabges Modbeate. Make no Mistake : NE'iT DOOR to SHANNOITI^OTEL. LOUIS MYERS, -TINSMITH AND 1RGN-WORKER, JAXMiBGOBOmk' OLi- STORE, . COOMA. REPAIRS NEATLY E^§UTED WITH ; DISPATCH. ] PEARSON, ENGLISH, &PECK, STOCE AND STATION AGENTS, 1 Gippsland 'Stock Excliange, ! SALE- : ^T IBERAti ADVANCES on.STOCK consigned -dLi for sale. -Account sales and proceeds promptly rendered.! ?Mr. PECK will'Bonlinue, x« heretofore, to act as ? .AUCTIONEER for the disposal ot» Horses, Cattle, Sheep, &c. , v.jEfiiINT AT BRtTTHfiN— Me. THOMAS ff. ??' ? --''?*?? vr'.^., :... STIRLING;. . ? : GOL-BSBROUGH, BURT, fir CO., 80, HUHTER-STREET, SYDNEY i ; R. GOLDSBROUGH & CO., iJSOTJIlKE AW) WlIXIAM STREETS, MELBOTONE } ? LIVE...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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MERIMBULA SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

'?'''?* ' MERtMBttLA SHIPPING. / r' ''' ! .-? ? ''?^?'?- ? ' 'jUrtlriEB. ?' ? ' .? '? ???? \ 'Hit 2O.-^Hunter, ?? ? a.,- ? .Captain . Sullivan, *oin- syaney. ; -Tassengers ; Messrs Jiahoney, King, and^ in the,steBrage; ? ' MaV:21;-— Huntery'si; Oap'tain ' Sullivan, for Sydney.; ' Passengers : -Mrs,- Marsh, Xxb. Burns,' Miss Norris, -Messrs i JBilrns, Campbell, Johnson, iemont, find 5 in the'jstearage, ; ' ' ' _'?'-?, ,'.,' IMPOSTS. ' ' _. ,' ''.V ' Hanfer.'s., jlicom Sydney:i':4«saseB,'keg, cask, 4 bags rioe, : ? A. Saltier ;» box, 2 ttusaes, aa mats sugar, ss : Dags -maize, u 'bores tea.'cs veatas,!' sundries, 6 bgs.salt, f-cU vjnegar, cs : sardinesi 3. oil, 4 bis soap, 2 plums, \F. Sturgeon ; 10, bags ? maize,'4balS'hay, ooUar, K. ScSott; abgS sflt;1 2' flour, J. ? Keys; 10Bg»fl*ur,)19sugar,-6salt,8!c9, lsuDdriespS bxs ? sperms .- ck currants, 2 ch-tea, Wittoni .'bale, bg^alt;-;ip Jsk { ?and 29 4ak flour, ]EL. Beok^ bale, 3?. Burke ; 40 ska flpur, A. K/Pagej' paper ^^ Thoni;' cssa...

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 — 4 June 1869

.JfAmlAERA^GEMENTS. - The following are the hours of arrival -and -departure of the mails running between 'Cooma 'and the plaoes herounder named: — , ABEtVE AT COOMA — From Sydney, GoulVurrij Queanbeyah, Micalago — On Sun dav^ Wednesday, Friday, atTB.80a.ni. ' From ^Delegate, Bbnibsla, Jfimitybelie — On Monday and Thursday, at Sjjm. ' From ^JSathcart, J2den^~Menm|}u]a, Bega, and Panuula — On yAiSa'turday.jttS y.tn. ; .tT' 'i-^'H -V'^* From Bomliala via liobundatflh-^On-Baturday, Tit S p.m. From Kiandra, 4UiU&scli's, jAdaininaby--^}n-IWednesday, at From Snowy River tiioBuckley'-s Crossing, Gegedzerick, ,. Jindabyne, Wodlway, Ooolriagdoa— Op Monday, at 5 From Junction of the Umaralla and Big Badja Rivers— On J THttrsaay,at'5 p.ta. ': .' .; . ,. ' :?' T^^^~'Tz^~J)EBtifiiF§o6iiA.— ~'- —?-'?''? '? ? - ~ F6r Mical^go, Queanbeynn, iGoulburn, Sydney^rOn Win J? 6rlTimtybeUe,Boniba^I)elegat-e(OathCaiLt— GnTTedneB- . -'11ay^a8Unaay,:at7«,.m;!-!; — f'' r' '? 'r(r'n-«- -??; ?For Bobundfl...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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MANARO APATHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

? MANARO APATHY. In accordance with an intimation conveyed to our readers in our issue of the 7th ultimo we have waited. What forP — some of our readers may remark. Well, then, for tho purpose of ascertain' sng whether iho people of Cooma, Bojnbala, and the Manaro district in general wore alive to their own interests at tins particular time ; to see if they ?were capable of arousing themselves frora the dis creditable lethargy and apathy which now «n Telopes them j to see if they could for once disre gard Iho motto which they have invariably adhered to, viz., ' Everybody's business is nobody's busi ness ;' to Ece if they would make an effort to ^ecuro to themselves a just proportion of the benefits which must arise from tho event which lias occurred in Goulburn on Thursday week. But what lias been the result of the anticipations then formed ? Like all other matters wherein the benefit, advancement, and prosperity of the body public is concerned, the time lias been passed over withou...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

TELEGEAMS. . .''I SYDNEY, Wednesday. The 'body found tied in a sack on Friday morning in Brougham-place has been recognised as that of an ' unfor tunate ' named Lizzie Mooreor 'Stett.' The body was found to be in a revolting state from the «ftects of. disease. It ' was stated at the inquest that deceased and the man. Mason were seen quarrelling at a late hour on Thursday night near Brougham-place. Another will case, Buckley vv Millar, in tall respebta' similar to the groat case Wolfskchl v. Mitchell, is now oc cupying-tho attention of the -Ecoleaiastioal Jurisdiotioa of . the Supreme' Court. Strange to say Wilson, who drew the will or alleged will of Dr. Mtehell, also figures in the case -aowpenfling. ' ' i ' .'. ' ' The slander ttase, Hassall v. Eodd isnnfiidshed; the, court is generally crowded during its hearing^ ' The funeral bf Don San Jfusti'lateConsill for Spain, was numerously attended. 5is Grace Archbishop: folding read the burial Bervice at the grave of the deceased gentle...

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A WIFE SOLD FOR £50. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

A WIFE SOLD FOE £50. A remarkable story is reported from Totnes. A bachelor became enamoured of the wife of a man living at Dittisliam, and negotiations were concluded for her purchase for the sum of £50. The money was duly paid, and the husband -left the place, premising never to return to claim his wife. Soon afterwards, however, the woman was missed from the house of tbe purchaser, .having proceeded to rejoin her husband at Totnes, where, with the £50, they a*e enjnying a second honeymoon.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. (Through Greville and Co., Telegrammist.) SYDNEY, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. '„. (Through Grcvilleanf po., Telcgrammists.) ; SYDNEY, Thursday Evening.' The case Hassall v. Bodd js still unfinished. ''From- it being, as it were, a State trial, owing to the' question raised whether the Government were empowered, to issue the Braidwood Commission, the trial is exciting much interest. ? A prisoner named Power killed a person named Spinks, a ' warder in the Windsor Gaol, by staking him with' an axe. Two men have been arrested for the murder bf tho. woman Moore in Brougham-place; ' ? ,i

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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OPENING OF THE RAILWAY TO GOULBURN. (Abridged from the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 4 June 1869

OPENING OF THE RAILWAY TO GOULBURN. (Abridged from the Goulburv Herald.) The extension of the Great Southern Railway to Goulburu, being for the present its terminal point, was formally opened on Thursday, May 27. The 27th May had been appointed by the Government some time back as the date of the opening of this extension. When, a lew weeks back, we were favoured with rain, doubts began to be felt whether a postponement would not become necessary, owing to the works being impeded and the large embankment below Borer's Creek having somewhat subsided ; and when, later still, heavier rain fell and the embankment went down in some parts from four to eight feet, the fear that the time Used on could not be adhered to- became pretty general The authorities, however, were determined that there should be no postponement) and the contractor, Mr. Fuviell, had gangs of men set to work day and night, and pushed forward the necessrry repairs and the remaining works with the greatest possible dilig...

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