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LOSS OF THE DOUGLAS: GREAT SUFFERING OF THE CREW. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

LOSS OF THE DOUGLAS: GEEAT , 8UFFEBIJSG OF THE CREW. The schooner Storm Bird, Captain Hare, arrived ' at Newcastle during Sunday night. On boarding her -on Monday morning the 8. M. SeratiFs cor- ' respondent 'obtained the foHowing particulars?—- ; The barque Douglas, Captain Sayers, tailed from i Newcastle, N.S.W., on the 4th May, coal laden, j bound for Yokohama, Japan, and five days after.! viz., the Sth Hay, struck on a reef not laid down in the captain's chartB, in longitnde 160'20 E., ' wreok. The crew attempted to launch the boats, but they were unable to do so successfully, both boats being ttove in and rendered useless. With considerable difficulty they managed to construct a raft, securing only two gallons .if water and half a bagjof biscuit, which unfortunately got wet. With this scanty provision and frail craft, the master and crew, nine souls in all, set sail. The weather was pitiless, and the sufferings of the poor fellows great in the extreme. For ten long days tbey we...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PASTORAL INTEREST AND THE MEAT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

:rf tEE PASfOUMJ TWTERBST AND TWE .; ! ?'????' '? ?^?'?'MEAT'OTJBSTIbN; ? ??'?:???: . . IT bfreh 'happens ^jik-wiiileHy WofM ir talking Iq'u'dlyotBome parsing' jBverits 'wijtch, jnsicriifica'nt,' jri tliemBelvesv^ay^'.an'inter&l, partly -p'n1 acedtint r «of ^beir.bcjri^'farolii.ar jljo pij1-^ninds,;soni.e cironin-7 rPtapp'jj %??^!; .i^hVljnmenBei' 'WulVijto^sooioty eppBMJf, ^yjilmos^rafflu^3e(l,. KecBtjSo, j»T jfi. -novelty : vana-|^^j;r^^'^tj1ip^h^iu£li*1sci^i3re9'';t6; rperoeiverlie enSjitJeaas (oT ' ' £?'-?-?? ,?'-=, | The^^owipgp'arft^a^1iyr'oWthp.^HiiroZ^ta»:. ' of a recent jSats details an' event jviiich str(koa'us as ', 'one, pf-^prpj^e5miiorfance'ttoj.li6 'Aufetraliftn co\-\ -6njeB. '.jit kyssi— V'Wp are &*$ *? :^*™ ?*'-* ' W! pony j[Lili}ifp|)l'Jiay.ejreoJeiyecl frjvhi Ib'eir Bgents'-Hn* London .)ibp jnjj^^ti jy.jnjr sdri ^cesi' jto ' the effect ' ihaj;' £hSjr^^jOps.,'an(i't(ie-'.i)oi!er ' t'hey.iiave pur- . sued, yfiih vviwfi'bf/xtifikmjf- 'Aiisij-jilfe'n ....

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

i;:i! ] Kia --''-» ?5--'ia .,'?-. od Utfi t\,\ i;;,,-..J ?;','; . ' '?- ol . &OULBURN $TQCKM£RKETi:, , ,-, 'Bin (.iT'Atr»'30o.^Fat«lftme': Wo' sales to laoort.^ 'feritne , aye Inactive demanfcehd Jifi:trai1e and pnteide purchasers' ftj^jDp^^Afly^Tfull^arket.rat^'.^efeelwtf^ea'Hiat catl^e; leven to meet €he rm\iireinenis'ibf,}}iolTaS'e, will iri'a' ?nibnfli or so be extremely s6&*eV Slid tjibsc :«i6ican hold fcpnditionrWtil'.iibt.do ,-wrone in, kepainp: jthern.Aack for a fime^4nyt|iing,^}yovsr,/fll]ingpff«hpulatie.eeni.tgwarkjt a't ojnea.. r?Pnme Jlieavv bulTpbks we quote at £f 5.'go'od to ^ilamlw-tn iS4il5?'to,S6i5';;ari(!;equaTsiexes;'al»ut;iS5'. Store -^ttle-: !Wei|i»eesld'a!8maU draft ot settler'6-jaitte, young and f'0PJWat.£L,i2s!6d.;fand .havesalojfor any number. Itoitacula^v gTOTO'Cafctle, fit for fatteninp: p'urpbse!!. As :the; season Advances the ?aemand vW- fceebnie still ihotd ' «Ch'vfi. 33fa'al*exes wo -J!ioto'at£2.J7apa^ *nllock«iiG3 10^. . JTat yfither»....

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER GREAT WILL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

AJSQTHER GREAT, WILL CASE. Htb Honor Mr. Justioe Hargrave has,-as Primary Jydge; in the -iEcclesiastical Jurisdiction of the Suproino-Oourt; been lately ongaged in a trial of certain questions of fact relative to a will, which, very piuch resemble Boine of those raised in -the now famous case of Wolfskehl v. Mitchell. The 'questions thus investigated relate to the will — of what 'purports to 'be the will — of William Baird ' Millar, of Newtown. iThis' document bears date thelSth of April, 1858. It appears to have been drawn and executfed in due form, leaving all the pro'perty-ofcrtho 'teBtatdr,' retfl*nd personal, 'to Saratr Buckioy, maiden -name Tuoker,' and op- . pmntihg'the said Sarah Buckley his sole executrix. - Jt^aB' attested 'by Mr.-. O-; -L. WiUnn, the cpa fcrey'a'nef»r,'lwb'o'Tirew the, will/or' alleged will, of the latel-r.'' QVf itdhell, of which M-. Wolfskehl claimed faroWtei and'by Mi. It. E. Shorter, also a qonvej- , fi&ner. -Millar died'»n the 16th of May, 18...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE NEW VICTORIAN LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

:: ?mj^wm^^^m^M^-L'l Thb BejpatttuMrif '^loioria has bnoflitnore Aeen ^ummonB3ttpln'eduty/of conwdJ^aRSnew^Iiand' Billl 'Thdlgh ©ne^comprehePiTp tliapd; Aot .was. ?paB$eainl862; and nnotJ^W'1865, ithflsalready.; beep, fou^ neceeF-ary t»*To away - with some isfi tlie %ost imnped provirtons of those twotnesanreeisnd. to !ntr^qe)i«^feew ; system.'; 'Without -aelfishly; esuiltinig iti the difficultifis our -neighbouM have met witji, wo 4nnot buit feeV.some) satisfaction' at -the reflation that the Land r Jjaw- .Ait ibis codntrv— t^ough-fakepia 18S1, ikfore ehe^tst of the two 'VietorisB (jand Acts— remains. *unaltered, and is, in its-maii/featares. found towork so- well, that hP coiisideraUe ^jatty now adrooBtesits repeal , Each 'of the cpjsriiesi^n feeling its way to a aolut Jon. of the queHSihsiinVolved in the inanajseraeiittrf -the publias'iailds may iearn (from i^he iesperience.7pf ot,hers~f bit-it- will not do for one tofoTlow another , 'without! m independent ^consideration of tho ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW TO MEASURE STANDING TIMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

HOW TO MEASUBB STANDING TIMBER. ' ] J. B. Blbncowe, of Hillgrove, writes thus to the . fydiujr.'jibU:--', Allow me to bring 'under ^ your Botioe a .very easy way of measuring standing ' timber : Fold a square piece of 'paper into two *? *? egua} triarigleg; take ;a small i-.ohip out of the tree you intend to measure, the same height from the - -0rnutir] »b vnnr ava ? than Tnilt lunlr hnn tU* *»/-« keeping the right angle of. the paper in a line with the chip until the longest line of the paper outs the ' top of the tree; the distance you are now from the tree ie the height from the chip to the top. You can see that the two sides of the paper are equal ; walking back from the tree is enlarging the triangle, without 4teritig1the shape; thertforethe two short lines will always be equal in length.'

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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SPEEDY STUMPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

' ' : SPEEDY STUMPING. John BnifB,' North Arm, Clarence 'Biver, writes '? Jto the Sgameg MaU .—?8ir,~ By inserting the fol lowing m.. your valuable ?weekly, paper, you will 1 perhaps confer a favour on opuntry residents who J intend stumping land. My Way 'of dping'this b I With » chain t thick an3 SO yards long, with a ring 1 at one end and and a hook at the bther. ' The ring ? : ? . . ,1 end I fasten round and .bring over the top of the j $tump I intend taking out ; the other end of the j ohain is then made fast as taut as' possible round 1 the bottom of another ntllinn— ttin mnra iliatanma i between the two stumps the 'greater the power. I '' j then hook on four bullocks to the middle of the . j chain and start themjin a direot line from the H stumps. If the stump only comes partly out at '| first start^ I stop the team land take in the slack of . 1 the chain arid make a seoond- start,- whioh always j proves icffootual, surfece roots of large stomps being ?first cat.1 net.! :, ..-...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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MANARO AS A GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

MANABO AS A GOLD FIELD. ; f from the Bev. W. B. Clarke'* Reports!) Im/Cvx detected the existence of gold, not only in Maharatta creek, both above and below Calkin, but also at Bordungoma, on the Bendock River'; and I observed indication's of itB presence in the banks : of the upper sources of the Jenoa Kiver,' in the county of Auckland, between BondiandNungiitla, and above tbe waterfall of Diliganea. The gold on the Bendook Biver is distributed in an alluvium of slate and quartz, overlying the highly inclined edges ot schistose rooKs, ana ooverea oy e more recent fluviatile drift of sand. Its color 'is bright, and though the particles are -extremely fine, it occurs in some abundance in particular patches of the alluvium. It has been found in different portions of the river banks for several miles, between *he westerly bend and the boundary of the colony. My im pression is, that the source is beyond 'Delegate Hill,1' a mountain which attains an elevation of L4000 feet above tbe sea, ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOCKING MURDER AT WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

[?] lABOfiT half past 8 o'clock on Monday morn-, in|' the'tifi4alhf fltjleTJ toWtCOf Windscrt StMs; t'd,r#n Ifltp aV^te-f '^ifeif 3ift ;fe*YrteTBfeirt-%f ^e^por1Mf^fe4bk;;i»^^(|fV|i^;|eeBj (qoro«DStteil in the'jgael.j!»rd,';wjb»cb,,.|ippfl[.inTi quiry |was'f6tobd Wte' tbaitpue% ?: r'The ^txflj.: v«w|^t^^obi!e^up|(Her-'tht Tollottr-i ?^ unforxunBtei^c^ni^f rl^|iq,( 9fltfageif(was t$k i harder iofitfee sgaoV A JOBOg tnan^bojlwQ, ^elfs ft i&XmtteW George' Sniuka; ,-jwh^ ;^s^S»*o^e^jbj^:|dii2' Stablq ^pttjh!«hprj}y.;;'bfiTpr£l;8.y:9!loc,j? J.ofl^ Mbtiday morning, lying on his face oh the g#-qn)d'iH ftorii'bf'tbfe^Stfchen dopry :h«!*ead. :sur^uppa^^§^,^4)l^^f: |hf?je %a^ hb»ne*.iWithe:^,ara(rat|)i.^e''iime^ tiairfleH Nicholas iPow^r-rat .preseait . Ae paly . ioif'fiiee'in ;the'gdoli' ff^wer was it once bus-/ pecteji ' oTf -tfie'nttaraer' anii' aWeBted; i--An' jnquiry was, ?held jpi.the^afterijooUj before:Mr.: itiktah! WhitPriCQTAn'e^.ajidja^'ur^at t^e^gaol,^ ?*?» 'ihV'b'Gdyvtrfji...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW TO MOUNT A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

i-HOW 'IP MOUNT A HORSE. -??'? 'The folio w5n]g,iMflr«ksefr, to the editor 'of 'the, ?'S. Mt.-fi}*flU ^ay./p^pye ^utfcrBbUOg ^apcj- instructive, tfli sppe.pf^ur'rewlfrs-Jrrrr; j;c ^ ????* *Sir,'i*-T'ti8sarpdslng'tiow--re».'Ti)en!:'ih6wi fhow fo mrfunt i'bblr-J§;''wttlbi:iafety,iltd|; flieni-* ? selvefc !;, Tjte' #r iter^ -'d dee' ' l-^ Iqiow twha^s* Tthe dictu^^t, ^(Tjinjng schools,;^! he | i^sis^ *that there, is buly-jone fftfe^a.yjnc which i?a, 'horse *an -be ^mounted.; ? 'Iris !is follo'ws :?*-* .'Stanfl fjieihS't'he'-S'Bddle^ip stiph-a -^;ti|!a y parratiei io,tne norse s spine, in upur :ieit ?handiigrasp tbe, 3r.'iilfe-«ldt.4' tuft of ihe unan'e *firmly- withf*yobrrigbt QiaooV hold ilihV ?stirrup* 'then^upi^ouj toe ^tbj5.rr-unaer *%&$}$.$?] against the/girth^ jibove #|):thiiig«j; bfi ,*ure, 'thatqriouriitberitouobes noipartbftlie sensitive skirt'if the^6)rse. ' ?N«*)!%ira«tp;'th.e ' ferff'-»ide- -saddlfe'twlt'h. therMps'6Y.yo^MJghth^aind Bnger^J ^cneB]riOO!nefiD^Biriy.j ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE AMERICAN TROTTING MARE, FLORA TEMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

THE AMERICAN THOITING MAEE,5 FLORA TEMPLE. i The story of the world-renowned trotting mare, Flora Temple, is thus graphically 1 told in a publication recently issued at New X ... York, entitled 'The Trotting' Horaeicf America,' by Hiram Wpodruffi^^.X. \ '?'? *\ ; ': On a finetBorrjin? in Washington Hollow, in the month of June, Jonathan Ai Viftlee stood listlessly at bis stable door, looking ? out into the road, whprj his attention was attracted by the faint clank of a bell ; and, turning that way, he saw a stout drover coming down the road ^it^fifjy or airty :head of cattle, one of which tibre the .bell tliat h«d siruck his *ar. Theecattle filed, befonrthe practised arid admiring eye»\pf Mr, Vieieei and ajjter.ichem canoe the^royer s, waggon, drawn by two stout m^resj ,driyen by- a sleepy looking negro;; and, -.on Jus j other side of the roail,i)ut near enough to exchange a -nod -with Mr.' Jonathan &.. Vieleei«roae the5 arbver on a graceful pay stallion, -keeping bis charge...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIALOGUE BETWEEN A HIGHLAND AND A LOWLAND FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

DIALOGUE BETWEEN A HIGHLAND AND A LOWLAND FARMER. {Contributed to Me Hanaro Xerturt/.J Sobne— A Great Flood; numbers of submerged Farms and Homesteads. A boat has just landed a Family, who have beea rescued from the flood. Lowland Farmer (the father of rescued family) to his friend, the Highland Farmer ; Again, dear George— (taking ins friend's hand and grasping it fervently):---! and alt of us have to thank you for saving us. from imminent death. God will surely : reward yoa for your bravery and humanity. ! Highbred Farmer -George) ; Oh, William, it's little you-iiave to thank me for. D« you think I could see . you and your little ones overwhelmed, and not stretch fortii a hand to save you? ' We *ro born to (Jo Uenefits.' . , . But-tQis time I shall not suffer you to go back to your old loca tion, where, as I have often told you — and -you N -once more -see— yon are merely at the mercy of 'contingency. A flood -comes, and all. your hopes, ?and prospects are destroyed. And not yours...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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A HEARTLESS DECEIVER MULCT IN HEAVY DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

, A JECEABTLEdS, DECEIVER MULCT m , ,?;:; HEAVY DAMAGES. A bbe^ch of promise case was tried at the rRcent Nottingham aiisizes. Plaintiff is tbe 'dttugh'^r.flf 'jftt. Symington, a ^surgeou, reii Jili'ng atiDewsburyviin; Yorkshire ;'. the defend ant, JolmEtlierington, is an independent gen- ' tleman, and resides on his- own property5 at ; '? Sneimbn,neaVNnjttlr)ghBmi; Plaintiffis forty years of age, and /defendant about fifty-one, Mr. Digby Seymour said his client had sac rificed the bloom of her eariy youth for the defendant. There were 134 'jetj^rs, 35 of ybich Were ori his brief. ' In one of these he wro.tfl (1858) »J I'll newer deceive nor forsake ;yoa..!. Forty summers have I w.andered in Hhis terrestrial scene, tossed by various tem pbstV. ' . , . I feel still at a loss to compre ^eiid, wjiyl you should besiiate (for one moment ,^et|n^^flow'1.;yfl'pr1.,exact''age'.;. Can yoii think,; my dearest, that I should allow my feelings 'towards yon to be influenced or affected in the lea...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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STRANGE ABDUCTION AND RESTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

Hot, .i,w, EESTITUIION. ? '':' ''?^,:..: jAn extraordinary story Tof ilie .abduction . and. , restitution, a child is told in the Liverpool ???. - papers. A' widow' named Colernin, about ten -- * days ago gdve her baby, thirteen months bid' tb a boy, and asked him to cairy it out in the street,' wblih he did. A woman came op to tbe lad, arid remarking that the. baby waB cold, said she would take it to its mother. Tbe boy allowed the woman to get. the child, aud iibtliipg,.inore;.W4s, heard of it until Feb ruary,15,'when a wom*n de3crihed as res pe.clab)y tlressed— whether the oue who irigJnally took the'chilii cannot he known^ %B'nra'Dp-to a grrl in the street, where tbe .baby was taken delivered it to her, aud des ire J her to take it to Mrs. Coleman, which ?sheidid. . The oddest part of the story is that the *abyu was poorly W Messed when taken -. 'iw&y, W had costly, clothes on when it was , ' brought back. ; , .

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A MODERN ROMANCE OF THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

A !MODERBr*&pjTAN0E OF.1 TflE; STAGE. Tk^E ie'adiiig 6i^r^a'(yp.iih^!«uJ^;.who, played all rtilre.. principal icWacterBTrtflft]Brvh?r,, last Icenei sawia^TOodestrtwo-soa bouqi)efbf violets fajlSSf^e'f.felBtl1-1 'She'tad/the'igeritletact -to 1 sim.ii§r 'tiiM}$ »R?s^£t-rei|1.h,eti ;ipnjingni.rjf sbe-JeajiiititbatithisJgallflntryucamffifforoaiboy hi fo^Yteerijf Bn-iflBsiduo^irfrequenfer iof; the upper inliery'^wlio;!)^ sriaeeiEea tiie' pfibe'of -la™rj8gWf»t ^is^'fiW^^vtiigsir. Tihe.igcttes'8, a. kind, hearted ,gjrj' was touched i)y:tiiBsaffcc!if)n ;t)f.ilier; imo-J(}6f: adorer, and. gnt one bf'iheifiBufabteS tolh0Dt him out and 'bring liiin to^ft'J^^'Bm6ured^ouA was !aTtl^j6^d^J|a|^B,^6flIp/e jyffHfiei.Btage. lyifh a cry,, be-nbr«w;him-elf .Upon fcerj jnoch to the as tontiblfneiit of'tKft'ibff»»n^ers. : 'Washemad? iuuud;tbe^iU2e robe of tjje acirje»s, and was ' ??;?:? V a; ?y-b't:-l .'.. .?;? :'?',..?? Jn-»?: tiV,. .- ..,-..' rr'yiog'wl}h all iis might to puPb^T^ffieTSfe. ^^(je...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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COOMA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 7. 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

COOMilVQLIGE GoirBfr. ; „ , ... ; ' ,. MONDAY, JUNE ?, 1869. BEFonEithe Police Magistrate and Messrs.W.Oosgrove and .A.:Montague.' v ' ''M& *'?'?' ?''? ' r- : .'- ''' -r$'-?-r ? ?: ;: EXCESSIVE .UiUAoES. ^r : ? ':.?-?? ??.,? 'The »ev. T. Druittippeared before the Court at the instaiDee of John Bo'adan, for having, on the !8th of May tat, iinpo;unaed four head of cattle the property of John Eoddan, and charged thereon excessive damages. ' Mr. XipBCOmb, who appeared for defendant, took* pre liminary objection; {as the summons charged Bobert Druitt with fee offence. . ;. . :.,... It-was agreed that the name Thomas Druitt should be struck out of the informatioii, and that of Bobert Druitt substituted.- . ? %_ John RoiJ&aB, sworn, deposed : On Saturday, the 29£h of JIay,,hefpuud four .head.ot- cattle, his property, in the Copma poiindyard, from whence he released fiiem; he -did not see the defendant thore; the poundk'ocpor served him with notice of impoundittg and amount ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

The following inscription is actually to be found in an ancient cemetery, in Rockvillc, Eastern Massachusetts r— . ' In memory of Jane Bent,- ' ?'?; ' Who kicked up liar heels and away she. went,' -

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THE NEW PUBLICANS' ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

I TflB SEW PUBLICANS' ACT. How that ou* late true, getfrous mayor — 1 'Who thrioe had serv'd tbU city, friends— ? Has gone and left the civic-chair, 1 For private, not for public ends ; In short, to England gone on tour . To reinstate his health's decline. We must get on without our Moore, Nor over such a loss repine. 3Tow that our Parliament's dissolved, '. Or else prorogued (no matter which), Ana ail our utcie worm s lavon-cu ? In darkness far more black than pitch— '? The wo'rld of wisdom 'tis, of course, ; To which the Muse, in grief, refers ; And thinks no trouble could be worse — , Yet ieifluitesorry if she errs. ; Nowthat'these dire misfortunes, twain, ! Have'fallen on her adopted land : One idol on the limpid main ; The others— pure, devoted band — ? Gone each unto his home away, To tend his station, stock, or sheep — Where many hope they long will stay — Think not that she will silence keep. O, no ! for now a subject grave Has come before her mental ken ; A measure meant bu...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

COOMA FREE SELECTORS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION. nnHE MEMBERS of the above Association and X tbe FR££ SELECTORS of the District are particularlj reguest to ATTEND A FIEETEIVG to be held at the ROYAL HOTEL, OOOMA, Oh Monday, the 21st Instant, at 2.30 p.m. Business: To consider and adopt Rules and Regulations for the government of the Association end other important matters. A large attendance is particularly requested. [Circular.] HAVING COMMENCED BUSINESS as GENERAL COMMISSION and SHIPPING AGENTS, under the style of WILMAjiI HANDLE & CO., we are prepf-red to execute any Orders for the supply of MACHDfERY, RAILWAY CONTRACTORS' K.AJNT and TOOLS. IM PLEMENTS for MINING and' BUILDING PTJEPOSic generally. ? From our MR. 'W. HANDLE'S long residence in the colonies, where' he carried out large and important Public Works, we are the more competent to supply the best and most rfficientiMachincry that may be required for any of the above purposss, and which would be obtained direct from ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOMBAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

BOMBAY. i The barque Atalarita, which left 'Bombay lor 'BasTiire, ' foundered a few miles out of port. The captain and thirty snainen were drowned ; thirty-three others were saved. The vessel lies in the track of coasting steamers. .

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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