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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, PANBULA, On Wednesday, the 28th day of July, 1869. COUNTRY LOT. County of Auckland, Parish of Yowaka. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

AT THE. POLICE OFFICE, TANBCIiA, ?On Wednesday, the t28lh' day of July, 1869. \ 1 . ' '. .. CputftraT Lot?. \ ?'? . _. ' Oounty of Auckland. Parish of Towaka. Lot A, portion .'is, 20 acres 2 roods, between the road from Paubnla to Bden anft Broadwatei- Exolusively of a load I. chain -wide.; !J -. \\, '.. ? ,(' ; ????????? ? \ Prioepbrttoreqftdbibeldt £1.:: ? : ? . | | '?? ????: ? -i ?' ,aWw».LorB.^ -'?? ' ? ?-???'. ? County of Au'cklanfl, Parish ana 'Village'©? 'Wyndha'm. ' Lots*B to H, allottoente 7, 10, *2, IS, 14, 1'5; 19, eection . 38,2tOoas^ach., -??: ,;. a.'-t' = , ??';'. -i. .??? ,.-..-_? - : --- '^ - ,; Lotsland J.aUotmentBe and?, section fi9, 2 JDods each i LotelKto M,aUotmentB 1,'4, 20. section %5,5 roods each Lots B to -M were last ottered WSth March, l6«8,'aslo'ts' ,Ntb'XjII ' ,\--W.~, ?-;???;?( -i. -'-'?? -?--. ?'..-'????:?'??' r,ii ! LoW;Ntoi3, allotttientsl4to 19, eection.j|(),2rooas:each i Lots T lib Z, allbtments' lb to 16, section 41, 2 roods each . : Lote-AA BB to...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY FRAUDS ON THE GREAT VENTRAL GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

'^!33toOiBbllffABY-PR4.0a3SiONJPHa! ^js^EiJs'bf:e«raor3|i8t^|r^|s^ iCeflti|a|-&as ,.iGppip»ny3fpte .^jn^mniH'igo tyi« plan JianedrBenjamin ijHiggSi A/jhooJt keeper in . their jjmploy.' The amount has p^p state^ a^.^8Diw6, but ; if ib -nbvir feared thaf ^^^w.jWJl'4-i'ar^y -cover the full extent of his depredations. Not only have, l&rge. witnsrecpi'red for: coke never Fouml their, wajf jtp' the company *« bankers: but forged debpfftures to, a cpUKiderable amount, it is ?said,: are ,afioat, upon, which Piggs regularly paid the dividends aB they fell .due, ' in order to keep their issup from the company's know ledge. ^ .These debenture bonds, it is afflnroedj itthjior.gli issued frau(l,uieiitly, bear the' towa fide siijniture of the directors and the conjraoD ?seal of the company, so that detection by the holders was ?simply a matter -of impossibility. It ha-!j)een .riimourea.that JPtiggs must- have takep away a^ large sun? 'of .money,, but': this could flot have been th...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

S:i:£^l^SElSj;.:rS JChbI Nat^Yarfc:iJournalpf€-pmniersej ; refer^ aring itpthe ipijpectation vtt/at Congress would adjtibrfl^* $}$&% 'r^oin^; aiijfthtng to relieve? £Jje. |sa)rtonpFrj^iiuBiDicjal ^ 4i^culUes/V^sajf:8 tbat'it is ftired;of repeating the warning that .the country cannot return from the enprmous inflation of the paper ?currencyto soundness and realjfy. without a1 -severe crisis. It con-. 'Sifters, however, that this ueed jipt come. at present, and; indeed* that ,llier;-ajre no acfuftl Isigjas 'bf rhs immediate approacb=®f: such ,«o ievenit;^* A^! eTtien is there ' appears a little financial ^eWure, Ae' puiilic debt furnishes' Bb'ever present stimulant to preyerit the colr| lapse, A few more bonds po abroad, throw 'ing jcp^thejma-ket a ^resh eupply of foreign esetabge^'na^'e .expansion is again te./ innVJed!^ 'Tbils^poww of ^ ^jrajwn^ nionejr iinto the'fcpHbtrj is (iescmbed,fl« equivfllen±g t'o, ^^a nerpeti»a! cotwn crop at fhand r, H the year.: round, end seerni...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DUBBO SQUATTERS' PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

THE DTTBB'O SQUAT'IHittS' PETITION. The Petition of the undersigned Crown Tenants and Others interested in the PaBtoral Pur suits of the Oolpny — Sumbly Sheweth: 1. That daring, the past summer -ibis Colony has been afflicted' with a moet previous- drought, ?whereto' large numbers of horses, cattle, and sheep, depastured1 in these districts, where the lands are chiefly known as eaitfoush country (and two-thirds of the whole lands of the Colony (belong to this : class), have perished either on iheir own runs, or while travelling for grass and water. 3. That the josses whioh -have occurred to yonr petitioners, in -oonswjuenoe of -the severe and con tinued brought, and which would even in the most flourishing' times have been ?widely and severely felt by the Orown Tenants ofthe Colony generally, have ' this season (accompanied as they have been by-con- . \ tinued iow prices of stock, wool, and produce) been in some cases attended with utter ruin, and, in manyothers, with great indebted...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BENNETT OF THE NEW YORK HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

BENNETX dFTHE.lIEW TOEK BEJJEALD. The New York Mall says : -Just before .the . war a Helpcrntirin nf South' rn men, tinxious to secure the sup port of the Herald, finally -iir^eVl,' that ' uuless Bfiineit would sustain secession his piper wool J lose the patronage ' of ibe South. Th's roused; ihe Scotch blood «f the old gentlemfin, wl.o ros? indignantly «nfl r«tbrte-1 i — ' Dorn your Sbnthern patron %$$'''$$? ch-irffbrrrhiils tif'Nrw ^ork payf memore ilian trie whole jSiutK** ^rhis,wjas' not only ; trup, but effectoelly : flopped ; any* fii'r.her scgumenb ;??;.'. .: ,;.. .; ?..?? ') ' ? TflE.^Yictprian ii^ngman has be«n sent to gaol; f(W JiOTJng no lawful a«d visible means of inpporU

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE MISREPRESENTATIONS OF DILKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

THE MISREPRESENTATIONS OF DILKE. The subjoined correspondence has appeared in the   Times relative to Mr. Dilke's recently published book bearing tbe title of 'Greater Britain :'— "A statement made by Mr. Dilke in his work   might have been allowed to pass unchallenged but for the fact that the book has lately been brought prominently into notice, and that the assertion to which I refer is found uncorrected in the second   edition. Mr. Dilke says that in New South Wales,   when transportation was in force— 'Convicts were   the only schoolmasters, the only governesses, the only nurses, the only journalists; and as there were   even convict clergymen and convict university pro-     fessors, the training of the youth of the land was   committed almost exclusively to the felon's care.' I leave it to those whose experience in New South Wales dates farther back than my own ...

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 — 26 June 1869

MAlfAEOAS A GOLD piUJ). ' f won the Mev. W. JB, Plark^tHenorUJ ?? „: On jn8neoting ]£r. £.£. Tojsraeend'a admirable in ap ot the Manaro District, with a tracing of which I. was favoured in obmpliande mth my request Hmd which. is nearly the sameas that now appended to this volume with my own additions,] you will perceive ithaD there is a point on the Snowy Hiver whither converge the following drainages, riz. .-— Matong ; Creek, the waters of the Snowy R.verfrom the norrMfce ftlermgi or l&JJoughXatfa Hirer, the waters of^ambalone Greek, Brognlone Creek, the waters of Bombala ;River, Mabaratta Gr««k. Lt^i U-eek the JJcndock or Littfe Pl8in R.Vers,* and the Delegate Tliver. . All these waters flow into the Snowy Biver, at a part of iiscoursB marked by most striking pheno mena, of geological disturbance, the coWirerice indicating a pointof depression, just as the radia tion of rivers from the head of Mowembali Ewer warts a point of elevation. The area to which this Report ha* esp...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE DUBBO PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

THE DUBBO PETITION. The appended articje having referenc: to the petition .of the Dubbo and Bligh squatters, published in our last iss-ie, we take from' the Deniliqtiiti.Chroiiiclei — . The proposed panacea for the condition de plored as simplv,— to divide the country, de voting one-third' for agricultural settlement, and reseni^ng two thirds to the present pas toral tenasts ; reducing the rents and assess ments cit these, which are said to be now ' excessiW,' and handing over tbe landsnoK' hcV, un|er leases, Iot one and twenty Vyews. ' I ... Much is urged about the great good this «x tended tenure would effect in the employ ment given by fencing in and erecting large . and costly improvements. The 'petitioners forget, however, that some portions of the country have alieady gone through this stage of pastoral deveiopement, and are well able to estimate all the ultimate gains obtained by the general community by the process. Settled communities have found out that fencing in, under t...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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A SQUATTER'S VIEW ON LAND LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

A SQuirTEE'S VIEW ON; LiNJO LEGIS T LATION. A writSe in the S. M, Herald, under the signature of' Colorado,' expresses his opiu inn gained in experience as an Upper Darling squatter, that the general want of success in . wool growing in that region is not due to climate or 'dry seasons, as js jyenerallyisup1'' po«ed, but to the wafirpf MjsumcVently long tenure to make it worth 'the squatters' while to adopt an imprSVed mode of management. He writes'1:^ The .real drawback to successful sheep farming itf that as in other districts has been quite overlooked. Under the old system, without expensive improvements and appliances, we can no longer compete in woolgrowing with other countries nearer to markets and where tenure is certain, and labour is cheap. By the improved system we could still suc cessfully do'so, but much capital is required to fence our runs, to conserve our water, to construct our wasnpools, and to improve our sheep. Capital, however, declines to pay for these improveme...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE SELECTION, BREEDING AND MANAGEMENT OF THE AUSTRALIAN MERINO. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

THE SELECTION, BREEDING AND, MAN AGEMENT OF THE AUSTBALIAaf MERINO, '?'.?..; ; . :..: ' : ? -. - ?? ?;.;' ? -??? -.Mb-.x. . £.v -.--.: ?: {By »; Jtt. Vmfiam)^: ? .- ; ? That tie past season has been, for stock of all descriptions, one of die worst ever known, ?wilt be admitted by the oldest colonist or ?stockholder in Victoria. The losses of sheep in particular lave teen enormooB, and, this notably -in. the northern part of tbe colony. The squatters tbemselves are far from blame* less, however, «ince, bad 'they abstained from over stocking -the brought wq'tfid have proved '! coroparStively innocuous. \Not only has this pernicious error led to total loss oy death, bur it has, by sacrificing^qriaHry for -quantity, laid theYoundafion for evils of a yet more lamentable and -permanent kind, viz., serious deterioration ; both of the breed of sheep and of tbe -wool : iihey afford. The draught of 1868-9 will; long be remembered with horror:; but, Jet ass acknowledge that -even in a dispensa...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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A MODERN NEWSPAPER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

A MODERN NBWSPAPEE OFFICE, porflTy'^r.Janp^rv. §?~rSowtj, ['&%$$£$$?, is not unaware t)f the fact; /that there is a rnScb1neVy-in ^Sflsience; uhder'iheniiTfefibf-ihe ?EWov'eitn Wm,r-uh)®-% aesigrfefl to thfrpw, ,p6i.,it,,were:, ; ^n jfl t(ei,leptu^q g^rflle, afpjin§ ,tbe Civilised worJd.T; ^\ready; ,are.;J;biere,,|issued from ' this estabiisbtnent isix ^ disti))ct':;newfi- riSb'eVV aU beaHrfg 'tbe; title of -the Europeiin ? '$diV 'Na.'l 'cirfcolates^in'tee^fi^aiau Dominions, British North America^: ^Dflr,ibe United , 'StaWsj No,; 2 i n itliei W^si, Indies »nd »herlslsn-)s'of-the 'Pijcific? ??$So.i3:'rover ike SoiitW African 'cofeiles^en^htaliln^'the Ga'pc and Natal ; $o,£ thrqji^^WM Wtil'M .Africa 4:.,3STq. 0 aoes. to tne, jBr4zils,!and,T.the 'River Plate ; ant) No. G percolates ihe intel lectual strata1 of the several^ Australian and 'New Zealand 'dejSi'enaenc'i^' ^' ThV jdistlc.fctiye features '. .of.-.. t|\ese . journalsjr-fpr' although bearing the same title, Jhey,are to...

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. Department of Lands, Sydney, June 4, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

GOVERNMENT LAJID SALES. .. 'Department of Lands, ', - Sydney, June 4, 1S69. Tn pnrsuance of the -y-wi«ii-n» ?ut-*tiPhe-tjf6wn' Lands Alienation Act of 1861,' I, the Minister for Lands, do li^rebv notify that tbe follomng Lots of Land will bo offered for sale, bj public auction, at the undermentioned places, at 11 o'clock, on the ' ? * days specified, at the upset price affizedHo each lot respectively/ (Deposit, 25 .per cent.) ,. . ? ,' . r WrXiLIAM FOESTEB. .

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COMING TOGETHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

COMING TOGETHEE. 1 do not think it qwte -fair that big tnen with broad -shoulders and muscles of iron should always be the beroes of story. Men I of small and medium stafure, and without! any muscles to speak of, constitute thej ,-great, majority ot mankind ; .andjjs tbe' JiKprld goes on, end tbe population steadilvi increases, it is to be supposed that a larpe1 number of ypuoe ladies are found who ere: willing; to be wives to men who are noti Admiral CriehtoDS. , .At any rate, tbe present story relates to '' a man whom any of these athktic giants ( .EPJli baye -jonfeen}ptao.i!s]yj3pokeD-of «8-a 'pwff,. : I ameoffy that it should beiso, for I .&B)'tbflt;fcbis frgnk confession will destroy all interest in tbe story to a lar^e proportion tiFl^iy-Wa'ders'* 'but it cannot be helped, because I must keep to facts. ' '; -?? The fiSavierend Richard HalJowes was a .manja liwfe under the. medium beigbt, was piaintatber than good ibbking/and wore spectacles. He was clever, for be 'bad ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BOMBALA, On Monday, the 26th day of July, 1869. COUNTRY LOTS—COUNTY OF WELLESLEY. Parish of Cambalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

ATlrHE POLICE OFFICE, BOMBALA, On MonAaj), the 26th day of Juty, 1869., . ? CoUOTaT.LOTS-TCoVKTT.OF WeIXESLEY. ? ? I . {. -. : Parish of Cambalong.' .?????? . , : : tot A, portion 11; 41 ;acres-3 roods ? ? ? LotB, portion IS, 43 .acres 1 .rood . ? , . ? ?, ?? ? ? Lot C, portion 16. 10G acres ' ... ... lot D, portion 17, 64 acres' ? ; '. . .' ; ? iliots A to D ?reon ithe t)ld Sydney roadfrom Bombala' to Cooma, adjoining: and near - the. ?.western boundary 6t Grahame's S20 acres on Cambalong Creek '. ,. - j . Xot E, portion 18, 64jacrcs, on the right bankjpf Cambai lobB Creefefcbout % of a niilehelow G.rflfime's 143 acres'on that creek Exclusively of a road 1 ohain wide ' ? ? i ?rliotF,''por»lon.Ifi,':fi0 ?acreB 3 j-oodsrdn'the'old Sydney road from Cqpma^o;Hombala, :ahout,|-of a mile southerly from G^rahaine's 42 acres on that void. . ??,,?. ?- ? ?? ?*. )i--',^'6ll0/f Guniyngrah. ,. '.„ . \ ,'t/otG, porRpn^i,' 63acresr on.*he leftbaak.of Cambaj oiig Creek, opposite Grahamc's 154 acrps...

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AT THE ANTIPODES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

[?] ' ' *TwiB tjare'an8 frdrit in'Siipand^* '''' My own dear ^jjfe ; pr r ?' r Our rneqns,were goaut in lljnglana, My owHafearwiSFe: ^r * Butliere around ^(everywhere, :: : '; Enosigli -ws-iiave, wife, «nd% spare;' ' Ah, Kate ! we bade adieu to care The day we left;didLEngland. What doubjs andi fears' iHuEngland '. My owfj.iQ8§r fcife;'-*- ^'i?~ . \ What bitter tears n^nglaiKL, ? My own dear wife j j Buf here I rj$e pp;ypjth. the sun, ;; , And go to rest whoa -day is done, * Or join tiis chjjdren: in their fub.-^ . '' . I used to eigU in England J . ?. .: . ? Tour cheelss were pale in England, ? i My own dear ^ife ; - , ; . ? ! Your heart would fell in England, * ! ? ?^tfy own dear ? wifej , ,-?- ? . , -. .-?'- - But hero with smiles you bless' my eight ; :, sAud laugh »nd- jsing-from morn till might, ? I And, wife, I know your heart is light— r i Tt was not so in England,, What ionging eyes in England, - - - - ! My own dear^ifej , * j. What wailiup ones ?o England, ji .Tl&y...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, KIANDRA, On Monday, the 26th day of July, 1869. COUNTRY LOTS—COUNTY OF WALLACE. Parish of Chippendale. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

AT ^E TOL1DE OFFIOE, KLAITOSA, On Monday, the 26th day of July, 1869j ' ? .. Codniet Lots— ConNTvop Wallace. :?. ? ? PariBhof Ohinrendale. , ..LotA: portion 5,46 acre6 2 roods ' Lot B, .portion 6,44 acres ... ': Lot C, portion 17, 70 acres ' Lot D, portion 18, 93 acres - Lot E,- portion. 19, 54 apres 8 roods Lots A to!E are .on Bolairo Run, on and near the left '?bank of Gobrudee' Rivulet, adjoining and near Venables* conditional purchase of CO acres Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide.' ? Parish of Seymour. Lot F, portion 114, 44 acre's 3 roods Lot G, portion 1 15, 46 acres Lot n, portion 116, 47 acres - Lots I and J, portions ) 1 7 and 118. 43 acres each . Lot It, portiqn 119, 23 seres 2 roods Lots F to K are on Fiyingpan or Namungo Creek .anil ?Eucumbenc Biver, at their confluence. Parish' of Cabramurra. Lot L, portion 3, 67 acres, on the right bank of Eucum bcneBiveri about. 4 miles northwesterly from. the town of Beymoiir Exclusively ot a road 1 chain wide. ?jr -ti^yft^mttf-ntiv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

5' ^WANTED. TTTANTED HOBSE HAIR, in AIITQUaN W TITY. , JAMES CEONTN, SadsiiEk, ; . Market Square, Cooma. Electric Telegraph t MBLICJpElllVG. )l PUBLIC MEETING- WILL BE HELD; -^*- AT THS COURT HOUSE, COOMA, ' ON MONDAY, JULY 5, : '?:,- ' 'At £ o*clook-p.m^ ? ? ? ?.„??] To devise pome means of assisting the Bondsmen ' inijPATlKG the DEFICIENCY on the WORK- ! ING- EXPENSES of the Line from Queanbeyan ? to Cooma. \ :A- LARGrE ATTENDANCE is requested. .'.!.' . A. MONTAGUE, O. SOLOMON, / i'or the Bondsmen. June; 25, 1869. ilAPFB A STORES, E(O BU NDAR A H. ~\jfS,. THOMAS KIUWAN begs to inform the I Jjl.'. RESIDENTS of BOBUNDARAH end VIOIK ITY that he has . . ?? ., .. . Disposed of the Stock and Goodwill of the BUSINESS lately carried on by him to MR. GEORGE KING, and can recommend that gentleman for a continuance of the patronage bo iibfernily bestowed upon him whilst in business at BOBUNDARAH. TN REFERENCE to the above, the UNDER JL SIGNED solicit* the PATRONAGE of the RESIDENTS of' BOBDN...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, PANBULA, On Wednesday, the 28th day of July, 1869. COUNTRY LOT. County of Auckland. Parish of Yowaka. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

AT THE rOLIOE OFFICE, PANBULA, On Wednesday, the 28th i day of July, 1869. Cooktet Lot. . : .Countv of Auckland. Parish of Towaka. Lot A, portion 25, 20 acres 2 roods, between the roaj from Panbula to Eden and Broadwater Exclusively of d rbadl chain wide.' ? Price per, acre of aoove lot £1. -- ' .-. -- '. ? Towm Lots. ? . County of jiucMand, PariBh and Village °f 'W'yndham, : Lofe B'to Hi allotments 7, 10, 12, 18,' 14, 15,' 19, section 28, 2 roods each .„.,.- :' ' Lois f ana J; allotments'C and 7, section 29, 2 roods each Lots K to M, allotments 1, 4, 20, section 30, 2 roods each Lots B to M were last offered on 9th March, 1868, as lots Ntox. n' Lots.Kttq S, allotments 14 to 19, section 40, 2 roods each Lots T to Z, allotments 10 to 1C, section 41, 2 roods each .'iLots'AA BB and CC,: aUotments1 17 to;19, section '47, 2 roods each ,? i ??- ;. -v. : ;.- ; Lots N to CO were last offered at Eden on Cth of April, itoia'slots-SliB 3BandlotB.21 to SO. ?. ? . Price per acre 0/ above lots £8...

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MERIMBULA SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

. MEEIMBUi A SHIPPING. ' ARUrVALS. . June 16.— Hunter, s.. Captain Sullivan, from Sydney. Passengers.: . ib«.-Ji:i-lcolin,--Mra. -Oollins, Miss Wilson, Messrs. Witton, B. Brunsby, O. H. Witton, Spears, Wilson, Bigg, and 9 in the steerage. : . DEPASTURE. June 19.— Hunter, s.. Captain Sullivan, ' for Sydney. Passengers : Mrs. Wren, Mrs. Davis, Misses Haslingdon (2), Miss Campbell, Messrs. Haslingdon, Witton, Ryan, Davis, Hodges, and 12 in the steerage. IMP0M8. Hunter, 8., from Sydney : J cs nails, 5 bdl shovels 1 steel 1 forks 3 tubs 4 buckets 3 wire 2 bedsteads 1 spades 2 ploughs 1 plough handle 1 saws, 10 kegs lead, 2 drums oil, 24 asle boxes, 1 cs bathbricks S chairs 10 kerosene 8 confectionery 50 old torn 2 sashes 1 prunes 5 iron 2 boots 1 sundrs 1 salad oil 1 coffee 1 inatches 1 sauce 1 sardines 1 iron bedsteads 1 fruits 1 Jams, I Bait, bg handles 21 salt, 2 cis 3 currants 1 soda 1 sundries, 2 plough beams, bx tin 40 sperms 1 seeds 2 cases, O cs 1 truss 1 pkg tobacco, crate furni...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, EDEN, On Monday, the 26th day of July, 1869. COUNTRY LOTS—COUNTY OF AUCKLAND. Parish of Nalbaugh. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

.AT THE POLICE OFFIOEi EDEN, On Monday, the'2Gth day of July, 1869. Codntet Lots— Countv of Auckland. '-,?',-' Parish of Nalbaugh. Lot A, portion 1, 40 acres, about l mile southerly from PU-venRon'6 conditional purchase of 40 acres,' 'on the Wog ?^og Biver Selepteii by 'Win. Alexander. , ? Parish of Towaka. : . Lot B, portion 22, 40 ttcres, on the southern fcudrof ' Croadwater, on the road from Panbula to Eden, adjoining thVeafiterri boundary of, Gaunsnri's, Martin's, and Hare's -portions Esclnaivefv of a rood 1 chain wide . ;Lot C, 52 acres, adjoining the western boundary of lot B. ,: ? ., -Parish of XJnuoa. ! ????:? '' ?: '? : .^ Lot D, portion 14a, -40 acres, adjoining the southern boundary, of Moore's 35 acres. . : ? : . _' '.';. Parish of Imlay. ? . '-,- , XotK, portion 26, 100 acreB, on the left bankof Jinco Creelt j Hn t Kn Towamba Run Exclusively of a road 1 chain ?wide . ttVnfold UnyPanloral Association'- claim to purchase tUs lof uuder. pre-emptive right has lapsed. ; -.- ...

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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