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LINES. WRITTEN UPON THE ANTICIPATED DEMISE OF A PRINTER AND EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

LINES. WEITrBN TTPOW THE ANTIOrPATED DEMISE OF A FBIKTEB AND EDITOE. TfOT a Quoin had he got, not a shorthand note, As his Form from the office we hurried'; But Hutton discharged a farewell shot - - At {he rubbisli of ? we buried. 'We buried him gladly on Friday night, jto a dustfoeap, just round the tiirning, A couple of dips shed a doubtful light, But our pipes were brightly burning. A seedy poncho enclosed his breast, Tor in that verv garb we found him, As drunk as a flilBler, taking his rest From work which tiad sadly ground him. 'We -Hd not perceive that a tear was shed, Nor tear any words of Borrow, But one little boy shouted, 'Him that's dead Won't issue fhe 'Buster* to-morrow.' Ve thought, as we scoopeS out his dusty bed, That a cabbage would do for his pillow ; And that pigs -would be rooting for 'brains in his head, And find it as bare as » fallow, Hightly they'll grant at the leaders be wrote, Too stupid to need an 'upbraiding; ? But little he'll reck, 'for a one-pound no...

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 — 26 June 1869

Coozoa, Free Selectors' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION. RULES and REGULATIONS adopted at a Meeting beld at the Royal Hotel, Oooma, on MONDAY, June 21st, 1869:- ; 1. That this Association be called the Oooma Free Selectors' Protective Association. 2. That the Association be governed by a Presi dent and Committee o^ nine, with Treasurer and Secretary — the President, Secretary., and Treasurer to be ex offteio Menders of Ccfpmttee — who shell bo repulurly proposed, seconded, arid balloted for at the Aunual General Meeting of the Association. 3. That the object of the Association shall be to afford pecuniary assistance to any Free Selector, who roust be a Member of the Association, that may be obliged to have recourse to litigation in consequence of any oppression or unjust action on the part of any person or persons, in which either N his conditional purchase or his pre-emptive lease may be at risk. 4. That no Free Selector shell be entitled to pecuniary assistance from the funds of the Associ...

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 — 26 June 1869

.... ;v ^HARP-SjrplE.^TqpO^^ jv ,. 0 t PHOT-OGR'ATHfCVj ! 'PHOTOORAPHlfc: ARTISTS, i! ;i -'. BoiIBALA'STBEST, GpOHA. , : ,_,: .'( ! . '&.}}'— fiikciiesies'taiienih 'S'lll or'Srighi'.iFgaMie); .' g nE, MARGOSCHJS, ^ theB^X watgh a^d pppQ?; Hiffi ;j i !.. ? ... i»... -'.. -^ ;'??;?.:?;'???' 7T- E^P AIES EXECUTED' at ten? SftpRTESl _JA) NQT1CE, CHAn&ES MopiEiEATE. Make no Mistake : ;i NEXT'D'QOR to SfliiUNON'SqffOTEL ? Louis myer&; 7 -45c ? MAIlGrOSGHIff OLD; 6TQBE, -.?:?, ;.-;/ '''/??'.' ^XJOOMft*'. ?'?'?' ;; ' ??' milfA^S^EA^LY EXECUTED WISH , £§£ ' r\~'-,--r ^DISPATCH., , .. -,' STOfik ATSD STATION AGENTS*-' -G.&pjj-sian-l Slofeii Gxclikiige, ';.- :? itSAlJE. ???'?? -: ?..,' 1|' IBEEATj ADTANOESonSTOCK consigned JLl fotfsRle. ..???? ?; ??-_.? Account sales- -aiid proceeds : promptly Tendered, Sfr.PEOK 'will continue, ns -heretofore, to act as CAOGTIONEEft for the disposal ot Horses,- ^CaitBe^Shteep, fee. AGENT 'AT BEUTfffcN— TSfB. THOMAS J. .,.,,,. .,...

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 — 26 June 1869

, ^MAIL ABBANa5ESIElrfs; . '.'.'. Tafjiollowing are the hours ot arrival jmd departure oi the BiaUS running between Cooma and the places hereunder iao^,fe ]' -t^,,— ., ',T ????.- .' - . ,'???-. j-' '1 -*.'.,'?' AEEIVE AT COP&L- — _.=? v-.-^;.'^^ l'»-'»Bi«E''. .!!!?' ri'.*.-,ij.tiftuJjpwl*v?X:-f ;«'^' ' ^ffflar Syqncy,.Goulburn, QueaspeyaJi, ^Micalago— On Sun ' '^jEayV^oafeesfiay, !Fri4ayi')it'.6.30 a.m. . ,^ '. ? i - PrSin- UMegatfl.tBoinbala; 'Simitybelle^On Mouttay and . ;v\ -i^S?Jfl|r83a^,-a1i5 p.tn. r.i&w^df -** rc*''^^-!t' .-'''?!?'' .Fjmnv (Mbcqpt, JEiJpn, NSpixpaiafMCgfy andPaofnilarOn ; PtoHlWn^La *te JobufldaMfli— On Sttnrdiy.'St o't.tH. j . SriSmiHtodJaf^ca^^Aflrtiinabyi^n-SfaanBsday,' at f#rom '^^wy Mvei^^'BMSkwy^FitJrTSssirig, CfegedzeHck, 1.[«i'4rirfaabyii6;'WifoWa^l' Ooolringildfi-Cn -Monday, ati5 , j-jfsHBfViLjidtKiSli.v'p .- r'- r.-;',l (.' Jj''-f: '??'?,.' .'? : Fijjro^junc^fnjjjrf jthe JTmarallaand Big Badja Eivere-^On' i;v.-w»r?-.si!-yf * f?'™',- ?...

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 — 26 June 1869

; t ^OReE«TI5KSlIIRB:S^lJ-t3E i r.*'JLf 'jCondftifdirl; ha'vl^^6a^ed'c0rta:linlueal6n34io a'pplvitl ( ,,aanje ,pf..'Wortot^liir^ -SaUi^V.:t6i'th6i(ffV)*fliifflrerii ] ?; tompbunaCtije^jblip jishOT-*yi^nneflthat.*heiO!nyW5 ^'*tbsecurethegehlirne,is±6 . - ? ? . ._. % ' .t,y ,; -.-.iftioa. no ; ii.;n:rrf, ';?.! ?? ;i.':,'q *,-' s-i; -- .o .; AskvjfOT Lea & Periiiite* Satice, ^tajlgj.^uidtifjtt&irfi ^di-jj;;:;.--! ECW win-.f.li') « '.'^jg.. j 1 .^brne oftpG&nc^ffl3n9x9£etdiifHP$i^^ii$n|Supph£dWj£li 9 -?i:--f?rokicu sHre^attfeV WtiSK'Sc' I^?in^S?I^^ora^ ° ; , ;L., fefygnp netice .that ahey tow fttrfflshea1fteir'1(!drr«}. Jpondents-^th.po^r,pf.atter?)by.to,tbl^iin&aift3^b^diji{ s ! ?^a^WMadufgcturM'f&iid.-'FencUfrs of ,6uehj,or,jjuiy|pfii- i *.- ? ,'j\vipl«*le Bndffoiiteport tit agW6pri-ftflr# ftorcesler,: ' :Orossp.&,BJa(Jcfve1l,Xoaciop, &c.v.&o.;-dBd'jby GttBerB&ii ''Oilnie^TiMversauy. '„,.**.,, . n*— te on! ii^'I '...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

CmULBVRNSFOCZJ'iMAS,KEF: ' .' V. S. OoHKS^ANfifCol— MttWHlpcah'ib'VdleaBaine'as '-'? Jjst wck, |/c.-ahDiit:20ii.pqr IDO/lbe for «opd prime beef There is an evident Scarcity, of rcaDy jifime catUe, ana as ''' the.season ndvnnces we nre bfftTiinion thatprices must rule .hisrhpr. ¥c Fold this veekinaU4nheadas'fbUowe-;_piain 'steers and bow8,at;£3i0V:-!bWf;£47sBdw1£4 15s; quota- ' ; «Uio,,?-bmt buUocke, i»:jOs!to £8:';medaim«to good, .. E4 J 5s to £5 10'!. gtoreTJattle': Thcdeniana at present is pieater than the' supply1 'coming forward, aridttere is little . doubt liut that this.description of stock will, remain, .scarce for some' time. Ckiod well bred lots of iraitablo ages nra ? ' readily -plaoed rtt quotations.1 We qubtffail bulloclra GSs to ? (5s [ equal sexes, 50^ to 60s. Sat sheep:. 'We have no sales to ijeport, Jiiit hav-i.-plncedTihder bffer a flock of laftO which' ? -re antjemate trill be closed.Tor during- the^peeK Wequote ? best tfethers as worth ;up to 'bs. Stota Sheep: Vo ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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COOMA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

000MA POLICE COURT. MONDAY. JUNE 21. 1RR9. ' Before the Police Magistrate, Messrs.' A. Montague -and - W. Oosgrove. 'J ASSAWLT. ' ?'?'--.. ; ?;' _ Xawrence Qlennoa appeared before the Court', ~M-tae' instance of Marp Olennon, . who charged him with having: assaulted her. ? ? .;- -? : '; _ ^^Oompialuimi^ ^^DuSrips«Tp™,TiopoBBaf£at 8he went from her house to slop some sheep, defendant's property, from orossing her husband's ground; her husband was inside the house dressing ; she was in Jhe act of turning the sheen off'the ground when the defendant came up'to her. with a etick inlJiis -hanli ; defendant remarked, 'How dare. you turn my sheep off the Government road?' defendant . before making the Temark, struck'comphiinanttwice across s the arm, and also lifted a Stone, saying he would knock her b- — brains out; the slack was a piece of a paling; the complainant was bruised on the arm from the blows ; icom- plainant went 'into 'the Tioubo, and defendant in passingthe house challenged c...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

[?] 4. iie wool, sales were^t an extremely ujimportant character, 164 biileS'ifcre &tale^ioi 'ofWhSlh 'only 85 ohairig& hands.' ' ' T pr^portiifti of tftp lOffeHr-gs sold, at ^om-lSd?to. «id.-- ?: ?--, ri , -? ?-. -, [ MoaiiKp Co. .offered UObalOB, and Sold?— HT,J1 greasy at ft]d, 1 skirtings at 2 jd ; JDnylc,' 12 soouredat 17d, 7 greasy at SIA (0 4d,'liflBeceatG}dJ,.2handTORheflbtfcM,lclif)pinHl ' at2id;.l8Wi^,at^Uocta»t5^,ajid^^,6jieep. odd lsa^es and Eags.'variousjuajitios^at 2w to '4^d/ancl 13 2^4,^1111 * lOwLt^Sd. , , , ' * ' .., Messrs. Bjckirf^pn-and(TVrenjijh:in ^lieir circulftr -df thp ? lBtli' instant tnalce (ho following; remarks:^ ' ' ' 'OdiSxe fcjursiilo days'whi'dii &ta hapj/eiied Bfroe onr'iost'1 ! . (slrcuJar.jtUoreJiftTO beep ost^Jpsqed'about 1500 bales.-oon-1 - - Bisfing principally .of small parcels ot hand washed and u*Cdr.r«d-irools,'*finiHafttBo'f WipS,''ana odd1 lots.' ©F these ; oply-.SOO halep ^cre^old unaoi;,tho4iamniar, finding buye...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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DISTRICT COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

DISTRICT COURT. :? :'.. SATUBBAY. JUNE 26. J8B9. His Honor took his seat at fire minutes past 10 o'clock. 1 - ? UNDEFKHIlEb CASES. W. Carey T. G. 8ontt— Claim £18 ?R. foreoods sold and delivered. Mr. Xiipscomb for plaintiff. Verdict lor plaintiff '*-r £17 Us. 4d. and expenses of one Witness. - Sinton Brothers *V Jamas Ujmss-rOlaim £16 IBs ii. tor jdishonpred promissory note. . Verdict for plaintiff ana the expenses of one witnesc . . ., _ - Same v. Charles Itarner— Olaun £17 IBs. 101. dishonored 'prpinl«sory«iote. ' Verdict for plaintiffs With interest. . Same v. Michael Scully-Claim £17 6s. Id. Verdict for plointiSfe. . ? , ? Same v. W Patterson— BnmmonB not served. The case ' mb struck out ^-Same v.'B. Jamieson^-Olaim^ 18s. 9d, Verdict 'tor , Samfejr. iirs.XjmcliHCnaun £16 \a WS. Verdiot for the ^lfllllliluS* !* '? ?'?'* ' ' ' ? ' .'?'?- ii1 . : ' ?' ?;=: ?'.; !, ^ ? Same v.T.Eussell— Claim £87 Ss9d. Verdict nlaintimi ? Sunej.iVeil EanlrinMJlalm £29 6s. Ii. Verdwt tot&e pi...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

I' :- ! ' 'MltLiBQtrRWE : STdpJst flti&OilT. BMj.Mi.nOT'CAsn'EETX \^'Co.'rqporti13ie. pricb' of $63 at !Ms|to:aOs.per.l0plbs,aridS61bWBtb.6iisata4s. ,'';-' 1 ViPe^ft^BEiuPOBiJ^Hrfflo?- import taring ,-sold 1100 - ?- . head or cattle of p.rjme quality,^ ratho- highetratosv and ; ' 12,000 ehsepi ofthe best quality, ftVan gatarieb oT Sato 3s. - . ? ' ? ?A toby! singular atraflenfanasone *hicli rtight tave .rpsulted fetallv^savsthe Sipo^/inwnJKfttsy, , occurred up , the ,ny£r last Friday.- It appears thai b person engages in ' ' f'plittmg hada , boy, nssisHnst, and ^hilothb: JnanTiadthe : maul m^ull swing,. thp, wedga he was striking .jumped out. the ihoy nishincrforwarfl %!lh a' view o!f replaSnV £he wbdra wceived the full Arcs' of tfan maul on the.,top 6f ,his .hiead. 7'ha boy; as'a niaiter of cburso', was7 renaored' 'serisfeless', and itw«s fcinorted in Jojfn:oni-Sarni-dayjnornin» that ho was, dead. This report, however, we are iappy to say, was riotitniei hit it'beftainly'!s...

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 — 26 June 1869

. .-, -;?: STpNEF.JSFQGK BEPQZT* .- , P^-CATTi.Er.ThefmarJjot Iwsr'beeni JffiTl «upplieat. aaa pr,ioe--, oxcppt for very prim' beato.'areji shade lower than ? f A*1 TO naatei last nwntht ; Krat-plass bullocks 'bHne -from , £C to. £8 (pqiiel to about 20s wr 100:dbs1; inferior ana ? middling, from' £4 to £5 lo's.' ¥at Shoep'lkVo aisobeb^ia ?good supply, though -^he qnaUtyipfftlio principal arrivals cnnonlvlK- tailed ^moderate. Prime we&ers are soaroo and . eotamitnaWgTi'pttocs-«ayWst«ll8T6rI/wtelc'«Ki'tilik ot ;' JteS6alqahayi!iaiigea/rom76-idto'fls'fid. ,!,:.....,. .-.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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QUEANBEYAN. GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

QUEAWBEYAN. GENERA1 SESSIONS. Hoses Joseph, chargod with having, in November last, felonionsly commanded and procured one — Butler to steal sixty-five sheep, the property of Leopold Fane de Salis, of Cappacumoalong, was arraigned, and, on the application of Mr. Betts, the case was postponed till the next Court of Quarter Sessions. Bail allowed in £500 and two sureties of £250 each. Messrs. O'Neill and W. Morion were accepted as approved sureties. i Thomas Murphy and Peter Millyn, charged with robbery under arms, were found guilty of common robbery and sentenced to six month s imprisonment in Groulburn Gaol. James Longmore, Richard Handcoct, William Munday, and Charles Gale were charged with cattle stealing. Tbejury without retiring returneda verdict of not guilty, and the prisoners were discharged. ASmTAI, BA.OES-EIRST DAY. First Baoe.— The Maiden Plato «T £15 for all horses that never won «n advertised prize esoeeding gjo. v/TiB nine ana a nair ; one event. Mr. H. Hall's br g Bones...

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 — 26 June 1869

TELEGRAMS. ? SYDNEY. -. OTeftiMdmr. THRrc Bionorsthe Judses decided in Banco thji morning ncninrt the pninfa reserved at the trial of CSaptiin Hbvell ar.d Hangi for the Polyncnian murders. Their conviction \rill consequently be sustained. A public meetine, instead of a publio dinner, is to be held in referenoe tothe late sbnder.caseofHassallT.B«d The Government have accepted large contracts for rolling stock for the railways, which is for the future to U manu factured in the colony. MeBsrs.P.TS.EusseUanapo. ai Messrs. Vale and Lacev are ihe successful tenderers.; Aeonof a&.Siadon*s ^Iighadaso3ts#er},3felli-reraie cliffs at South Head on Monday.' Tho remains bare a beenfonna. ..'.'?? ' V-V~ -T. i. ??????:.' : ? - ??'? A policeman named Ferris, stationed at Penrith, was dismissed from the force. He attermrdscoramitte&'suicii fcyehootinp himself. . .'? : ? . ; V ' Charles Rowland Ourrey, clergyman at Qnnneoan, is insolvent. Kabnitiea £265 SS. ; assets £5. A revolution h...

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 — 26 June 1869

NEW ZEALAND. HOEITIKA, June 12th — Lieutpnant-Colonel St. John's escort of nine men were killed by Te Eooti. There has been a great fire atGreymouth, originat ing in Johnson's Melbourne Hotel. The Union Bank, the Bank oF New South Wales, and the Bank of Australasia were destroyed ; also the pre mises of Morris Levi, merchant, loss estimated at £14,000; Forsaythe and Masters, ironmongers, loss £4000, and several others. The total loss is estimated at £60,000. From New Zealand later dates state that a severe shock of earthquake was experienced at Canterbury on June 5th.

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 — 26 June 1869

r is particularly requested that.jinyirregntajiiy in the delivery, or receipt by post, of the Mi-rAiio 'Meecuby 'be notifiwi at the Office with as little delay as possible, in order that stops may be taken to nrevent a recurrence of 'tae annoyance. : AND 0O0MA. AND T50MBATA ADVERTISER. OOP MA, SATURDAY, JUITE 26, 1869.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN, On Monday, the 26th day of July, 1869. COUNTRY LOTS. County of Cowley, Parish of Cuppacumbalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

ArTECS! POLICE OFFICE, QUEANBEyAJT, '? , On Monday, the 28O, day of JiUyi 1869. ? Couhtby Lots. County of Cowlcy, Parish of Cuppacumbalong. .Lot A, portion 11. JOacroR. nearBinda Creek, adjoining the ^southern boundary of 'ffolby's cnnditional puMhase of '40 acres arid Wie northern biunlary of L. F. De Salis* 252 acres Ttiis lotcontains imnrovements, and was applied for asfiuch, but forfeiicd for non-payment of the appraised TaWby Leopold T.DeSaUs. ? . ',' , . XJouniy.of Murray, Parish of Molonglo. . ; Lot B, portion JJ,: 56 acres, on the right bank of Molonglo River, about 1 mile soutKwestprly from ShannTi art's (junr.) conditions J purchase of 160 aovs. '? ? % i Priceperiicreof above toU £1'.* ' ? ' ' ? ' ? ?- .'? ? '. ' 'Pjiiw*.- 'finite . ' County of 'Murrar, Parish and Village of Gundaroo. Lots C to J.!nllotm(-nt«3tn?0. *cctinn21,'32 roods each Last offered as lotx P to W on 2nd Buptianber,' 1867 LntsK LundM, alloimonu 8 to 10, section 2J, i rood 35-urcho.s each ? . ' ? Lots N ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE OFFICERS OF THE GALATEA AND WASHERWOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

THE OFFTOEHS OP THBJ O'Ai/LTEJ AHD ' ? i ' THETO WASHERWOMAN' ^ ?' ' 3 TssWemngton (If.Z;) Post is' twpbnBibW for ' a curibUBBtory relativeto some'of the.bfficers^ f the Galatea.:. The Story is 'that an industrious 4sher- : woman of this city thought herself fprrnna^a ob tainiue the officer/' washing jjind shortly teWe the . departure of the TGklatea the woman brought her washing on board in one of the ^hi^s bbaM and applied for pavment, the 'suni floe bein2 abort £26. £iiis sne -iian $ ^Piy and came asliore Withciit it; Tlie vessel sailed in a few hours after. 4Uihe;.p bor, woman saw.no prohaiiility of esining a pelflernent ' of her account without applying In person, she, ' someWsys after, (bhkft Tetdrri ticTret arid Btarted' for Aucklnnd^ On arrirjnff there she made a per- i aonal applination to lha Erinee on board thewessel, and sfnted her grievance. . The -Prince inJicrrogateU the officers, who denrurrea to payin?. allclne that the linen CRmeHnhbar4.^. UJtimiitely *W woman liad...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S PRESENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

the; djtjke of. ^DiNBukaira 1T waB_*ijth np^malUmountof »urpriee mineled with disgust tl,at we,jvere informed by Uiu Just *ri«l , that the Imperial Parliament, had been asltod to vote the sum of £3^74. 14*. to ramburw the Duke of Edmburgh.for ,be paltry presents which he made to the,few .charitable inetitutions he favoured dunn^bis triumphal journey tlirough the eolitneej ^ hen ijie Measurers of tlie Infirmary received ihe Prince s «livque they little llioufihMhat Hie money was coming from «ie tax payerS;of Great Britain, otherwise theytwould not so.wilJinfilyhaveabcepted .V'wwios Wat we Jioyal H,e|,ne8s w in the receipt or£15,0fl0 ajaar besides. Uis. pay Be captaiu iiillietiavy,.and^hi.mie«olpijieB made Jiiro pre scnlspr far. greater Value than tlie few cheques he left behuid, it is yery paltry on Iii* part to ask tbe already lieavily taxed people of Great Britain and Irelap/i tp^iniburse Mm.;, When the report fir-a reaped this polony it^w nor, credited »e thottiing looked eoflfeor...

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THE MAYOR OF CORK AND THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

THE MATOE, OF GOEE AND THE POLICE. In the Cork Police Cpurfc on Saturday a boy, named Charles ATSweeney who, with a man named Smith, .Had recently boen fined, at the suit of con stable Clarke, for disorderly conduct, anil who, before he was summoned, had given avideime as a witnera-for Smith, appeared before tlie court and ' requested ,them to remit the fine. Mayors ISow, tell mo, did you give your name to constable Clarke as Batt Donovan? ilFSweenvr 'So, I did not, sir. . , Mayor-: Did you state that here on your oath befbVR? ? M*Sweeny-: I did, sir. Mayor : Well, I think you have a riaht to come up bore and state that, for constable Clarke stated . the contrary the other days . Mr. Dunscombei 1 tirink, with great Tespect, ?thisiis quite irregular. ' ?. Mr. Egan; sub-inppector, said he had on » 'pre- vioiiB occasion called attention to Iliis -mattur, and oftete& an explanation on behalf of the constable, who. he ihonght tad been \ery baHly trea'ed, since b'rfwoTtliy ihptive...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWNSVILLE QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1869

TOWNSTltiTjE. OtJEES-SLAKS. ' ' '' Aqtjantitt of gold;.250 6z, reached l,iere on Wed nesday by private hands, from the Gilbert ranges. The benrer report* that fliere are 1000 men on the cround doing well; water is --getting scarne, and there is mncb sickness. Mr. Daiutrep, the Govern ment Geologist. Wrilinir'tn+.lip tVnnelnnJI 7?»ti 7?~ prcss, on the 11th instant, etares that the diggers are (retting from $ to 7 on. to the load in the bed of the TeaTree Creeit, a tributary of the Gilbert River. He thinks there we oiough-men on the field at pretient to thoroDgbly prospect the country. Owing to the Hiaroeitv of water, he advises miners from the noulh to flelay t;omin'T iip till the wet season, which sehs in durihgDpcomber. Battoos and tools are plentiful. on the field. Great numbers are making their way to thetJilbert, and the popula tion will Redoubled in a fortnight.

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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