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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

m Mr. b. lipscomb, gp? Solicitor, &c, ?L GOOMA, ^E| -.- Can be Consulted at his Office, B^ . SHARP-STREET,. COOMA. » J. M. PEARS, B lilCENSED SURVEYOR. Wm GRAZING RIGHTS MEASURED. K PRIVATE SURVEYS K OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED. ?L |^° Address— COOMA HOTEL. K :# ^ PEARSON, ENGLISH, & PECK, ML** * STOCK AND STATION A^ENTS.^ HP Ciippsland Stock Exchange, ? H SALE. j Hi' T TBERAL ADVANCES on STOCK consigned jSJu , ,1 i forsale. ',' . '. i ' ?. llif Account sales and proceeds promptly rendered. wm ? Mr. PECK will continue, be heretofore, to act as R, AUCTIONEER for the disposal ot B Horses, Cattle, Sheep, &c. m , — ?%'?? ???^- ? B AGENT AT BRUTHfiN— Me. THOMAS J. B STIRLING. W ? (ji- '.V ' [A CARD.] I ADAM K. P&GKE,f EL , GENERAL COMMISSION I ACENT, * / I MERIMBULA. I ™ ^v-p. s. cosiaKr & CO., I AUCTIONEERS, W . STOCK & STATION A«ENTS, Of AND [I GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, I %1 .OLD AUSTRALIAN AUCTION MART, | GOULBURW. ? ? '? W''y' ' OUR Y...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

MAIL A.ERANOEMENTS. Tnr. following arc the hours of arrival apd departure of the mails running between Cooma' apA, the places hereuuder named: — ''' ?','??' 'iftWVB 'AT CObMi— ' From Sydney,- Go ulburn,1 Queanbeyan, Midalago— On Bun-' ; dav, 'flfedneEday, Friday, at 3,a-pii ..-.. ?? . ??? From Delegate, Bombalu, KimitybeUe — pn Monday and ; Thursday, at 4.30 p.m. , - , Ttpin Cathcart, Edeh/Merimbula, Bega; and Panbula— On : Saturday, aM-3p. p.m. ? .. . ?. '-. ? ? From Bombala via Bobundarah— On Saturdayiat 4.30 p.m. From Kiandra, Russell's, Adaminaby— On Wednesday, at 8 p.m. ' ' ' : From Snowy River, via Buckley's Crossing, Gecodzericb, Jindabyne, Woolway, Coolringdonr On Monday at 4.30 p.m. ','''. From Junction 'of the Umamlla and Big Badja Riyers— On Thursday, at 4.30 p.m, . 1EAVB COOMA — For IKcalago, -Queanbeyan, Goulburn, Sydney— On Mon* . day, Thufsday, Saturday \ at 4.30 p.m. , . ; , ir For Nimitybelle.Bombala, Delegate1, Cathcart— On TTedn'es ' day and Sunday, at 3.30 a.ih. ...

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 — 15 January 1870

CPPMA ATHLETIC CLUB SPORTS. mO TAKE PLACE, on WEDNESDAY, the X 26m of JANUARY, 1870. Judges: E. Dawson, Esq., P.M. A. Montague, Esq., J.P. Committee : j)E. Davidson Me. 0, Solomon Mb. Jamib Hinton Me. G: W. Speing Me. B. Lipscomb Me. G. M. Stsxes Me. J. O'Beibn. r Me. G. Woolmtt. Treasurer: ; Me. Geobgb Cohen. Secretary : Mb. Thos. Wm. Henkt. Starter: Me. B. Lipsoomb. First Prize : MAIDEN PLATE— 150 yards ; for all runners that have never won an advertised priee. Prise, £2 2s. . Second Prize : YOUTHS' FOOT KACE— 100 yards; for all youths under 16 years of age. Prise, £1. Third Prize : CHAMPION FOOT RACE— 200 yards ; for all comere. First prize, £5 ; second prise, £1. (Entrances for thin Bace must ba addressed under cover, together with the entrance fee, 10s., and qualification fee in cases of non-subsoribers, 6s.-, to the Secretary on or before 8 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, 25th January.) Fourth Prize : THREE-LEGGED RACE— 100 yards. Prise, 10s. Fifth Prize : HANDICAP FOOT RACE— 200 yar...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. Department of Lands, Sydney, December 24.1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. Department of Lands, Svdnev. December 24. 1869. Ik pursuance of the provisions of the drown Lunds Alienation Act of' 1861, I, the Minister, for. Luncls, do hereby, notify that the following lots of iand Tvili - be offered, for sale by public auction at the undermentioned places, at 11 o'clock on 'the days speciBod, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively. (Deposit, 25 per cent.) ? . WtttlAlt FOESTEE. ?

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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SONS OF TEMPERANCE, KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

SONS OP TEMPERANCE, KIANDRA. Quarterly Report of the 'Alpine' Division nfthe Sont of Temperance, Xiandra, for the Quarter ending 31«- December, 1869. Wobthy Patriarch and Brothers,— The report of the past quarter, which I have the pleasure of laying before you, is particularly cheering, both as regards the present aspect and future prospect of our Division. A large number has been added to our ranks ; but the most happy feature of this rAhnH: in that f havA nnt tn mmwI * aino-iA nnt. nf nimipp. breaking in any shape. Nine meetings have been held during the quarter; of these six were regular meetings, and three were special meetings for initiation. Some important measures have been brought forward, the most prominent of which of which is the appointment of a Financial Committee to take charge of all moneys belong ing to the Benefit Fund. A committee was appointed to draw up a code of laws for approval, but in consequence of press of business, the consideration has been postponed from...

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 — 15 January 1870

A wee LABDifc was brought before one of the Glaagpw ' . baiJies, who asked, 'Where did you Jedm so much wiokid Erfis!' 'Do you ken tile pump in G-lflssIbrd-streetf ' ' No,' (said the bailie. ' Weel, then, do you Iten the pump in the Briggate!' 'Yes, sure,' .was the reply. '?Wocl, then, ye tnay gang there and pump as lang as ye lite, for I'm haoged if ye pump me!'

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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FIRE AT THE AUSTRALIAN ARMS HOTEL [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

FIRE AT THE AUSTRALIAN ARMS HOTEL But a short time since we were called upon to chronicle one of the most dastardly attempts at arson that had ever bcpn peri r-tratsd in this district. It is now our painful duty to report (he occurrence of a fire at Mr. George Woolletft AuKtvaliau Aims Hotel, Sharpe-street, Cooma, on Sunday liiylit last, and which the verdict arrived at would infer is another attempt at that diabolical mode of revenge or satisfaction— arson. Two fires— one manifestly the act of an incendiary, the other presumedly so, and it may beaaid a presumption supported by evidence — within one month would certainly infer that we have in our midst one or more fiends in the shape of human beings. At the time even of the hipln 8t political excitement- and that element has not ruled so high in this District as to infer that it has led to the perpetration of these acts— can any excuse Re assigned for such ruthless deeds— deeds akin only to midnight assassi nation — as we have been ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN, On Monday, the 3lst day of January, 1870. COUNTRY LOTS. Country of Murray—Parish of Gundaroo. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, QTTEANBEYAN, On Monday, the 3Ut day of January, 1870. Couktrv Lots. County of Murray— Parish of Gundaroo. Lot A, portion 9, 40 acres, adjoining the northern boun daries of II. and T. Beynolds' portions of 69 acres 1 rood 24 perches and GO acres respectively ; exclusively of a road 1 chain Tride ; selected by A. J. S. Masaey ?* Lot B,, portion 26,: 40 acres, on the western side of the road from Guudaroo to Collector, between Ranger'a and Belford's conditional purchases of 40 acres each. r ? ' Parish of Majura. , Lot C, portion 82, 40 acres, on the eastern side of the road from Alolouglo to Biingendore, about 2 if miles south erly from town of Bungeadoro; selected by B. Edwanis. Parish of ATolonglo. r LotD, portion 74, .40 acres, on the northern side of the road from Queanbeyan to Sraidwood, adjacent to the northeastern 'corner of Smith's 40 acres ; selected by C Smith . ?Lot'te, portion 75, 40 acres, on the eastern side of the roaifrom Queanbcyan to Foxlow, adjo...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BEGA. On Monday, the 3lst day of January, 1870. Town Lors. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BEGA. ,On Monday, the Zlst day of January, 18?0.: Town Lots. County of Auckland, Parish of Candalo.Town of Candielo. Lot A, allotment !, section 6, 2 roods 12 perches Lot B, allotment 4, section 6, 3 roods 4 perches Lots C to E, allotments 5 to 7; section G, 2 roods each Lot F, allotment 8, section 6, -1. rood 26 perches Lots G to J*, allotments, 12, 13, 14, section 0, 2 roods each Lot K, allotment 15, section 6, 2 roods 3 perches Lots LandM, allotments 16 and 17, section 6, 2 roods each Lot N, allotment 18, section 0, 2 rooSs 10 perohes Lot O. allotment 1, section 7, 2 roods S5 perches Lotn P to U, allotments 7 to 12, section 7, 2 roods each Lot V, allotment 13. section 7; 2 rooijfl 22 perches Lot W, allotment 16, section 7, 2 roods 20 perohes Lotn X and T, allotments 1 and 2, section 8, 2 roods each LotZ, allotment 1, section 9, 2 roods Lots A-A. and BB, allotments 3 and 4, section 12,2 roods Lot CC, allotment 6, section 13, 2 roods Lota A to CC weie last off...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

The new i»srtiartieirt will, it. is said, be called to gether bt the latter end of this month, or at latest, during the first or second vrerik in February. It will f.hen be seen for a certainty whether the country has approved of the policy adopted by the present Administration, or whether they hold with the obstruction bo assiduously offered by the mi nority in the late Parliament. Judging from the result of the elections it may, we think, reasonably be inferred that Mr. Robertson will find himself in' a stronger position than before the dissolution. Charges in the Ministry are anticipated!. We are told by the Sydney correspondent of the Wetter* Examiner that Rumors abound to the effect that there is a eenernl desire la Ministerial circles for the reconstruction of the Ministry, and that changes are like]]' to be brought about Uirourh the pressure of private circumstances, to which there is no occasion to advert at length. The Opposition axe credited with ca intention to play what ...

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 — 15 January 1870

«AN*fc6 MERCO/ftY ACCOUNTS. 'XKpB bee. tojiotif* to our ConsWaiStiS thai the AC ¥W COUNTS for Wequarfer endtfieTDecember 81, 1869, '. ?' Siavetieenauly tenderta and AftE.WOW DUE. We hope | * „ .'Stews wWTia've.'refteivfcd them will either remit .direotor; ?, \ «Bttle Tittttp advertised ai^nts as soon as possible. These ? : { ttcBoimts are Small when taken separately^ but make a large : 5: Wttttth the aggregate ; and it is of great importance to us ' woey Should ba promptly liquidated, as our expenditure is ?Wfry Tsre^t fcnet constant. TSutacnbers tnd advertisers whose accounts are twelve taonths in arrear, ore respectfully requested to settle as ra»u 'tis convenient. All tccounta two years in arrear, ?unless paid within one taonth from thiB date, will be ^ltceft ia thtnands of a solicitor for recoTery. HENEY 4 SPRING, Proprietors. Vooma, January B, 1BTO. NOTICE. IT is ijartjcularly requested that any irrcuularity in the delivery, or receipt by post, of the Mjsaho MrsctraY lie notifi...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

BAZAAR. As stated in our last issue a Bazaar in aid of St. Paul's Church, Cooma, was held on Wednesday and Thursday. The Bazaar was continued till Saturday, and we have been favored with the appended balance sheet showing the receipts and expenditure. We have also been requested by the committee to tender their thanks to Mr. B. Dawson, P.M., for the four pictures he presented to the bazaar, which realised twenty guineas. Also to Mr. J. Welsh, of Jellama tong, for one splendid sheep weighing nearly 100 lbs., and to Mr. G. Goodwin, of Middle Flat, who contributed five fine sheep as his donation to the live stock depaitment of the iiazaar. The following is the balance sheet above referred to :— Receipts— Stalls. £ s. d. Mrs. Battye and Mrs. Wilson ? 50 10 0 Mrs. Brooks ? 47 3 1 Mrs Davidson ? 57 10 6 Mrs. Druitt ? ? 57 6 6 W. Wallace (refreshment*) ? 26 15 9 Total ? 227 5 10 Expenditure. £ s. d. Advertising, printing, &c. ? 6 0 0 Lights ? U 6 Stationery and postage ? 4 2 6 16 8...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. (Through Grevile and Co., Telegrammists.) SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

LATEST SPECIAL TBLE&EAM. (Through Oreville and ft-., JtleinmmitUJ SIDNEY, Friday Meat. Mb. Robertson has resigned the office of Colonial Secre tary in the Ministry, and nits been succeeded byik» Bon. - OharietCowper. ?? ? ? '; .'??.?' Mr. CowT-eV« seat for Liverpool Piaiaiis oonseo.aenUy vacant. The nomination tor that electorate will tak» plaoe on the 21st January, and the polling on the 29th January. rarliam«ntiia8D»enoonveneafortie27ihJaiiuaiy. Mr. Wisdom has Veen «l«oted for the Northern, Mr. Church fetthb 'Western, and Mr. Baker for the Southern. Qold Fields. ??Mr. Oowper hss been appointed Vice-President of the- Exebutire Council. Mr. W. H. Wilkinson hat bean »p» pointed s/Orown Prqmeutor^and Mr. Gnailei Manning tits been appointed to snoceed Mr. Bogergas a Parliament ary Draftsman. ' , Messrs. Charlestmd Edward Deaeon, builders, Beafern ; Aaron Slie, of Pitt-street, laborer; and, Frederick John ? Eaton, oi the Treasury, are insolvents. The prizes of the Agricultural S...

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 — 15 January 1870

GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. . F. 8. Coben and Co.— Fat Cattle : We hare no material. ,,. alteration to note, although prices mavbesaid to be aJiltla . easier. We sold this week 41 head, viz.. ' 1st yard bulloclri ? ' at £6 7s 6d, 2nd yard bullocks at £5 10.-;, 3rd yard bullookg ? at £5 5s, 4th yard bullocks at £5 2s 6d. [A splendid lot was sold by this firm on Thursday last on account.of Mr. A. G.. Huthvaite, Wollogonng.] Quolsiions— Best bul locks; £5 15s to £A 10s ; medium to good, £4 15s to £5 10s. ; Store Cattle : The demand for good stores is ur.abf.ted and prices still- continue very firm; in. f«ct, the demccd is . greatly beyond the. »Upply. We sold this weak by auction ' 142 head mixed oows and. steers fur Mcsars. McGuinness ? ' 1 Brothers at very satirfactory j)rices. and would .again urgs upon holders of store stock to' take advantage of theyroseut prices. -We quote all loillocks 75s to 80s. equal sexos 55s to ' 46s. Tat Shpep: No tales to report . .We penned one small ' draft,...

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 — 15 January 1870

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. The wool sales attracted a good attendance of ' the trade. There was a much better inquiry than prevailed last week, and the greater portion of the catalogues were cleared. Soouned sold at 8i to lG|d, fleece at fld to 14d, greasy at 3id to 6Jd, sheepskins at 2J5 to 4fd. Sales as under:— Iewih aud Tubwm.— M, 10 bales fleece wool at.l2H : B in square, 11 greasy at 6Jd; TKJK in square, 68 fleece at ? 13|d, 7 looks at-7ftd; M&P, 28 greasy at 5Jd ; OB. 16 scoured at 104, 5 at 103d; H, 9 fleece at-is£i; JS.12 at 12d; WS.e at lOJd, 2 at 9Jd , JAJG, -6 lpuks and pieces, at 25d ; S, 7 fleee* at'6d : JirlC, 10 at 12?d ; HG over HG, 10 at Hid : 4 over JR, 8 broken at«Jd, 4 looks at 4d ; ? MK, 7 fleece at lSiai;l.WOI.Mjitl2MlJ locks otSJd; JN Dver Whee»; 18 Seece at lad, 1 locks at 63a;, I. J joaeoeRt I4d, 1 looks at 'Cjld j'BSO over NeyEnglana, 220 fleece at lSldiXbDR, 17 ?? ' greasy at 6d, 6-piebtoBt 3Jdr ALX, '26 scouted at 15d, 4 lobksA(7jd. InemulUots: 8 greasy a...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE SORT OF MEN WANTED IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

THE SORT OF MEN WANTED IN AUSTRALIA. From the Town and Country Journal (a new publication) of Saturday las', we extract the following remarks on this important subject: — We wish we could influence that large middle class of men in Great Britain who can command from £250 to £3000. They can, for the most oart. --o nothing where thev are but barelj live. We would say io them come to Australia by all means ; buy yourselves homes while good land can be got at a reason* able price ; and while you are making a living in a fine climate your property will be rapidly rising in value. We any to all those in England who wish to promote th« prosperity of tbeir country by making elbow-room fur those who temain at home and making good customers of those who emigrate. Oo what you cau to indoce emigration to Australia ; for every man who comes here settles upon the land, ami makes this country his home, will become a far larger consumer of British manufactures than if be went to Canada or the Unite...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE CLIFFS OF NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

FaIAL AUCUENT ON THE CLIFFS OF NEWCASTLE. Ox Saturday afternoon a frightful accident occurred on tns cliffs at Newcastle. A little boy named Arthur John Josiah Burgoyne, aged six years, was at a picnic there, and was standing on a narrow pathway on the brink ot the precipice, when he accidentally slipped, and was precipitated headlong 'down thecliflsf:a4istanceof about two hundred feet. Hea'h wur instantaneous.1 As (QuUkly^as possible after thu^al occurrence a number of cersons_proceeded down the cliffa to where' the'boay was lying^'but on their anival at tho place they iound thatiife was quite extinct.- The exact ocality wheie the accident occurred is above the soot known . as the ladiis'' bathing, place, and at the highest point of Reid's TSill: A. th'brt distkaco down these cliflSa naiTow laibwav runs tho entire Jcnpth1 of the hill, end is much useU,' (though dangerous to do sol . tjr iumbera of persons, .and particuTarly.by Visitors fbnblfaitland and other places on sftcnoccasib...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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AGRICULTURAL SELECTION MUST LEAD TO SHALL SQUATTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

AGEiCDLTtJEAI..SELEOTipif MUST LEAD TO SMALL SOU iTTAGES. At showing, not only the difficulties small but valuable settlers in the interior meet with, but also the clear and ultimate necessary termination of their endeavours — grazing' farms; we do not think we have lately read anything more pertinent than the following which' we extract from the Wagga Advertiser of last week. If we mistake not that journal was started to insist somewhat on the practi cal right of tbe squatter to all the laud in the district. The truth, however, as seen month after month by an editor of broad ideas in troduced from the metropolis, — seems too strong, too clear, too valuable as affecting the progress of the colony- — to be hidden, and so he again tells us what every one on the Mur rurabidgee and here knew full well before be arrived among us. - It is the old story, but is told very well, and refers to certain selections made by the Messrs, M'Intyre of tbat neigh bourhood. The proprietors of our conte...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Dalmabov Campbell and Co. report a large supply of fa cattle, with prices slightly lover ; nest buUoolce are quoted af£8 to £9, or best beef at 17s 6d per 100 lbs. 25.000 sheep ? ate in the market, with an upward tendency for all good to . prime. Powek, RuTBEnrosD, AkD/Co. report the receipt of 1400 head of cattlo for the week, and very few of Rood quality; prices about the same as ,laf:t week. The firm cold 550 hesj of mixed sexes from the Bogan and Barvron, at an arerags of £0 2s. 30,000 sheep were yarded ; best quality are in demand at an advance of 61 lo Is per head. 3000 Riverina wethers of medium quality were sold by the same firm at an average ot 6s 6i.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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DEATH OF MR. JAMES MAIDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 15 January 1870

DEATH OF MB. JAMES MAIDEN. Another of the early. Border pioneers has de parted this life. Mr. James Maiden, so well known as the founder of the town of Moama, died in the Bendigo Hospital on the 29th December last at the age of sixty years. It appears that he bad been admitted to that institution about six Weeks bra viously, differing from disease of the lungs. He had been for some time ailing, and bis death. web caused by tbe complaint in the lungs, together with a general break up of the system. Mr. Maiden first arrived on this part of the Murray (says the Riverine Herald) in 1843, when be brought a herd of cattle down tbe rirer, with .which he oceu pied country a little below Tooranabbie station. In 1840 he commenced to build tbe Junotion Inn, at Moama, wbioh some years afterwards wn» consider bly enlarged by Mr. Waltham. In this houa* Mr. Maiden made a great deal of monf$, and Was1 at one time worth many thousands. He became1 the proprietor of Perricootta station, which, togs' g...

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