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MEETING OF MINERS AT TRUNKEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 22 January 1870

MEETING OF MINERS AT TflUNKBY CREEK. Thb recent visit of Mr. R.WVEmmett, of Victoria, to Trunkey Creek, where, with other Viotorians, ho ? still holds considerable interest, has beeii the occa sion and means of drawing together one of tbo - most intelligent meetings- of a alining- couimilnity -\ we have yet had the utisfactton of viewing. Tije long experience of the visitor in. mining pursuits* and the readiness with which Iib gave rauon valua ble information as, to -tbe working of ths Victorian1' Mining Laws^aaded additional interest to the pra» ceedings, and it is seldom wo are called upon to re-' ? port bo very satisfactory and sensible a meeting. The meeting was, for once and all, unattended by rowdiness or impropriety from the as9uranoe of the visitor that he neither desired to address them politically, nor had he but the nne object of doing good, seeing that in their particular advancement he went hand in hand with them. Mr. David M' Arthur, of the firm of M* Arthur and M'Lach...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 22 January 1870

jftKRIVAL AND 'DEPARTURE OF E-NOIEBH MAILS. THi'foTlowinB are the amugeraents that 'hare 'Been maSe «s to the arrival arid departure -5f thelSnglish mails ?; — tfXRIVjU. IV'COOXA. M 'DBPAHTUM TBOH COOVA. ^Wednesday, Jnnuary2G, 1870 TKoniaay, January 24, 1870. „ February '23 „ -„ Webroary21 „ „ March 2S „ ?», 'March 21 „ . „ April 20 „ ''? ?,, iipril 18 „ „ May IB „ ?„ 'May 16 „ „ June IS „ -, JJuneJ3 „ -July 13 „ : „ tfulyll ,, .,, August 10 „ .,, Augusts „ „ -September? „ „ UejftemoerS „ „ -OetaSeT'5 „ » OcteberS -,, „ XTovemberS „ ? ,, October 11 „ „ December 28.. „ November 28 „ „ January 25, 1871 (At 4.» p.m. for wdinary „ :g*bruary22 „ ? letters.1) ?

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PASTORAL COMBINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 22 January 1870

PASTORAL COMBINATION. Ik urging a system of organised combination among the Crown tenants of this colony, many obstacles bar the war, of which isolation, selfishness and in difference are the principal. Few are sensibly alive to the greatness of the benefits that would flow from combination. Squatters have boen ac customed to act out their part single-banded ; they have Battled with obstacles fsr away in the remote interior where sympathy BeMom reached them They have during years of self-sacriGee stood by the side of their flocks and herds, perhaps deserted by their shepherds, while thousands of their cattle and sheep lay languishing amid the burning plains from hunger and drought j they have gone back into the remote interior, long judged to be a sandy desert, and there they have existed by the most strenuous .exertions, exposing their lives to the danger of their unprotected position. They* have peopled the wild waste and turned to value what was formerly worthless ; and now, havi...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BOBUNDARAH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 22 January 1870

THE BOBUNDAEAH MAIL.' ] TFboii the subjoined correspondence it will be seen that the resident* of Bobundarab. will after the 1st February have what lias long been necessary, bi. weekly mail communication with Oooma and the metropolis. We we not yet aware hoir the return mail hit been arranged, but we presujneit will be so as to allow ample time for the consideration of . -and reply to aorrespondenee by return post. Concerning the recommendation that the mail should travel by Jellamatong and Spragwell we think it yery advantageous, inasmuch as it affords bi-weekly communwatioii to all on th* line of road with one exception, vit, Cottage Creek. Thu is remedied by the eirconrttiniee that from Cottage Creek to Bobundarah isbntaconpleof hoars nde. We hope the report ©r the local poitmaBters will be favorable to the estabtishmemt of a ^-weekly mail to Kiandra and Seymour, and should fee Postmaster-General isBne Instnictions to carry it into effect we would suggest that the Sunday mail tra...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOLD FIELDS.—ADDITIONAL REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 22 January 1870

THE (JOIiB tflEfcBS — JLDDEHONA1V J i: BEGrUIJA3?K-NS. Hn Excellency the -GroverBor liss been pleated' to approve of the following ^additional .regulations with respect to tire issue of leases for gold miring on Gbnroh and School Lands, and the Odtkrnmetit Uatefte fcas frablished the Bame for general infor mation i— Xesiexif C&nreh end School Lands for Gold Mining Purposes. . 1. The Regulations dated 21st August, 1868, are hereby repealed. ...- -.i. 2. Leases for gold mining on Church and School Lands may in future be obtained by application in like manner, and will be granted subject to the several terms and con ditions applicable under, the regulations in brae for the time being to leases of auriferous tracts of Grown lands. 3. The Gold Commissioner of the district will deal with such applications els with applications of tie character last mentioned, and will be empowered to authorise: the occu pation of the land after the application shall have been forwarded byliimvrith...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXHAUSTION OF THE SOIL IN GRAZING. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 22 January 1870

EXHAUSTION OF THE SOIL IN GRAZING. , Sheep draw from the land on which they grace a considerable quantity of potash, muoh of which is r ultimately excreted from tha skin with the eweat. ,, It was pointed out by Chevreul that this peculiar potash compound ('mint') forms no lesB than. : one third of rhe weight of raw merino wool ; whils of ordinary wools it constitutes about fifteen per cent, of the weight of the fresh fleece. As the ' suint ' may be extracted by the mere immersion in eold water, it is ensy for the wool manufacturers to produce more or less concentrated solutions!, from which the potash may be recovered by appro priate treatment. Tho development of the new industry is principally due toM. M Mauucno and Bogclct, and thpir process is probably in operation at most of the great seats of wool manufacture in France.'' The plan adopted 1)y these gentlemen is ? a very simple one. They evaporate the solutions whio'b are sent to them until a perfectly dry and somewhat charred r...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VICTORIAN LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 22 January 1870

THE TICTORIAK LAND BUit. The provisions of the new Land Law of Victoria, as 'the pastoral leases under the old Act expire on the 31st December, 1870, authorises there-issue of yearly leases for pastoral purpojes for tea years more— the period fixed for the duration of the : measure. The area of selection has been reduced j to. 3£0 acres, but the rental and purchase money have been treated in the eatrie manner.. At first it ] was proposed that for. the first three. years the.] eelector should pay a, cental of 2s. per sore, receiv- ] ing at tlie end of that .period, providing he had j nuide^he necessary ..improvements, -.a ? certificate j entitling him to the freehold upon the ptytnentof j ten other annual instalments of Z». per acre. -Now, area 1 he expiration of the probationary three yean,' he may obtain Mb Crowu grant upon -the payment of/ua additional 14s. per .tore, extending over a period of seven years, or such shorter time as may suit the individual. Any man is, therefore, at...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S PRIZES FOR WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 22 January 1870

THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S PETZES FOR WOOL. The Agricultural Society of New Sourli Wales have inaugurated their great Intercolonial Exhibi tion for 1870 by holding a *how of wools at Messrs. Mort and Co.'s stores, Circular Quay, and prevent ing prises to exhibitors of the most approved shirts. The'1 wools were comrnendsbW classified by the judges, Messrs. Kiimtnerer, Hincholiffe, and ParW — ably assisted by Mr. Austin, of Mort and Co.'b establishment; and prizes were 'offered for. eleven .classes,' only nine of' which yterre competed for. Whilst some of our wool grower* responded liber^ ally to the invitation of the Society to compete for preeminence, it is to be regretted that fleeces from some most esteemed wool growers were not forth coming to the extent that might have been ex pected ; and the sister colonies, with the exception o' Queensland, declined altogether to put .in an appearance. It is a great pity that our neighbors should have, failed to see in the admirable exertions...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE SPALPEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 29 January 1870

?? TiB'jiy^^':';:' ... . -- t&p/mu&mw^t-. The trial of the twb fanners who had tf-wn£ jheUer thajpBrontfol {yrjbt « the Bbtara v here this inurder traitor fcottrtrifrV ted, had commentied? itnbe hours before. The^rosqcutrix was the yp$nE V^R^f °' the taurtieiW mW She bail given'W evi dence in a clear and very confident manner a'ud had Withstood nriina fidviffraaroaB.flXRmina. tions by two eminent conn'sel;1 specially 're tainad'^-abd (brcugbt'dowa ?! by it be 'prisoner* at a considerable expense. ' '?'' -* - ?: »Xt-ftppearedialso, 'Ofcy the «vjdente of. tbe young servant girl of the hnubey1 that she had been awakened that particular !,piorn ing by loud eoreams issuing fronx'ihe, cow house, irbtre sbe found her, fini»trepB!tied np to the posts. That, -on -cutting tbe cords, her mistress appeared frantic with despair, ?Dd^^ketl1leFtbfitopthetwoTiiwiwfao1rad murdered ?$& ;1-firttte*7-; !-Mat ifae looked «bjontr but ,,$bey were gone ; and , 4hat . tbep her mist r...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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A LITERARY CURIOSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 29 January 1870

A LITERACY XmiQSlTY. iniftdl cStpitflls Bpeft,*1' 2ty_ho&st |p in. t-hft giftrfnim Cross «r Chriflt.' l*e?w«Sa»'In *«5»t-w^S^4 from top to bottom and bottom to top,' fonajfia fcord'a Frayer complete.] . ' .: '?'?? Kin known the Gospel truths, 0BfI)«^«r King, 'T i#d op Thy Grace, d«r Fjtfhtf from »ppTe.? , Bless us With hearts ?aMeii feelirig esri ting* ' ' -* - 'Our fife Thoii art for wef; -Qh& of lew*!* * Assuage our grief in Jove/br Christ, we,pny, , ,; ..Since the bright -Prinoe of. JZimM* ami ,X3tory died, . Toot all pur sins and hattofoti. t}* disphy. Infant fie-ing,'' first a man, jj»rf then was cruei fied. Stupendous God ! 2% -grace and pffwwr malce known; '; . ., tji'.t! o i' In Jesus1 warn* let ail -tbe world rejoice: How labour in Z%'heaveb}y ktnpOtik Hownj . ? ; c -'{' ' That bUmti-HtigioM fm 3?by saint* ttr .dttfiee. How rile to come to Thee it all.our.crv. ;. y,: ; y Enemies to Thy self and all that's Mine, Qiaoeless our trtW, we Vtfefotfattitj,, ;;;/.;:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 29 January 1870

WANTED^ .„. |. i „ , WATSTED a smart Lad as ik ti!SJt)SS^t!i(M tottieSADDLBETTrEABB.- ' - ??'' '?' / jrAMBs'pEbiftif,'; '!'' -???? -?? StticnxA, ???' ? : ? ,-.,,-? -r ::iv,f,o4(ttli i January 28, 1870..: i.-k ?« ,l- ? .???,in-:.^i!- io-i li lea & mrew! :,;:; ? . ' . OBLEBBAT£D »..,..,?!,, ? . ?- ' woRcesTeRSHiRe ;: ..'..sxtJjg'E,::: '!?:;;. DECLAEED BY CONNOI8SEUES i u ? ? to'm' ????-'' ???;.?'?;?'? caution agatmst -raxtd. rr\HE success of this most J delici6u«' and unrivalieu X Condiment having caused oartsta ideolen to npfcly Hie name of ''Worcestei^reBaut»»Vto,thetopwninfsnor oompoundB, the Public is hereby mfbrmed that the' only way -to eeoure the genuine,' is to , .?: -. ?;:?: -,y ,!?.?/ ? .- ,- ASK FOR LEA t PERRINS' SAUCE, ? and to tee that their names are upon the broppar, ,labeltt 'teof^efoteignmark^havmgbeen.uppUidNritha spuriousWbroettershireflauoe, jpoufhe wrapper,and fabels of which' 'the names of Lea & Pebsirs have been forgeo, Jj.& P. give noti...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THOMAS DAWSON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 29 January 1870

TS0MA8 D*i?80N-8RBP0BW ! Stations: Both «h»sp and eattlepropertieB,lighVly«tdcke4' and situated in good and convenient districts,, are exton- ' lively inquired for, and we shall be glad fo hear ''from 'any parties having euohfordispogal. Fat Cattle: We are -glad to be able to report a decided .improvement in this market, with a prospect of its continuance'; best' mobs realise from' ' £i to £0 per head. Fat Sheep : The market has betn well supplied throughout the week, and rates for good wethers have ranged from 9s to 10s; dosing sales' evintSng-an upward tendency. Store Cattle : - There is a large demand for good bullocks. 'We have 1000 head, first-eUlis, most conveniently situated in Queensland, ^rhuh we eaij^ilaoe at favorable rates. Store Sheep:, Numerous inquiries are being made for sound and well-framed wethers' at advanced ' quotations; we have purchasers to hand for over. 50,000 head. Horses : The market remains good for, flrst-pUss stock only ; all other kinds are disposed o...

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IRWIN AND TURNER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 29 January 1870

',ttTttnJftjD'ttRtfji;&.b B%PO££ ' ''\ ' Wool: The tales t)f this week paisettbttmuehtte same as1 those of the previous month, wtthvot maainft|nt- isny; ,-disr, i position to advance in price. A. ganeral imprestuin seemeo to exist equally amongbuyers and sellars thaV'the iBngUshi mail would bring news of «i advanced ..tendency..; This,, however, was no? realised, if the telegram orThurtoay U to bereliedon,astlieprio«TOlihg so far M^e'troTpmbeE' salts ha4 proceeded showed no improvement on those of August. The catalogues for this week oomprlrai generally medium wools. Most of the lots, for bona fide &&* were briskly competed for, and realised the current rates of the previous wgwl. jrorofua umii wtn uob uia up w our vtuua* tions were withdrawn for future sales or sbipnsnton owners' account. Oor quotations areas follows;— Sooured8dto2Dd; handwashed,MtolOd;fleeoe, 14dto Wdr : ditto, feir, lie to lSd ; ditto, inferior, Sd to lOd ; greasy. 4d to 7d per lb. Sheepsk...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 29 January 1870

-- ARRIVAL -iAN5f)iBPABXUEE: OP ' '. ? ??- -i! !»/*N«IiISH , -MAILS, -m- ?? ??'?? J : Tin following are'ffie'BrHngemetits th!& 'Ijave '(eentnade as to fhearriTil and departure of the English mails :t ??? anBiTAtiN coonvn mil ! *M*»Toa*i*o»»;coo»f.:. ' ,,V';Fe1^^ '-,'? FebWarvH ^ ? „? T ..'ApxilitD »U*i1 lii'.'iri J.'April:!*' *? t-' . -,, JtoeW ' T ,,q June 18 „ ??' ?„?'? ? ?' July 19!IJ- '-?;, ? ?'„? ?iJulyH „? - ? „?? ,- ??AUKurtlW';: ,'jc :i - ?,v-iij;Angust.«i; ? ?„ „ . October S .. » OctbDer S . ,, ' 2 ! ? HWembe^S- !;? '- *' V,' ''gctoberM ? # ; '??-?',?; ? ^BBBmKBEW-^r i:1.: ;,??'. ?Ifuveinber-iB-fl* ! „ . January, 2S.1871 (At,4L30 p.m. ibr prdinary - -''n':3 .'gafattyA^'f yy ?'/y-^etterk.)' -t'-H't. ;

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 29 January 1870

T^frllowin4;lot.Jof,dUtnot^»pl,spld: «-, the, London 'BiBetttomonaend 'Calbsek.iby SoiAhey,! Balms, and - X£ !EaIk6unL Ibf, JaoomD, San, 'and Oe.', o'n'jfovflmber iJoT»rMbo,*Tat fta- Sat 144, 4at«d;,BoibVaUey.!« at JSd, 3 aVSd ; Jindabyne, 5S at ;4d, IS atjlfd, 3 at «ld. ; : Ex Winifred; bV Jaootab, Son, lindCo'.V onrWovembtr S« : Twofold»By;Watf|di!!iV.- i;i .:?.'..-: i :' .-;; '1|-. ?. :T-. : Ex Cftlbeok, by same firm,. on same date ; Boro, .11 at ; i {S^Mttersmthekftnarodistfiot'wbnldgriatly'obllgens' if ttfBy would send 'Us ,i^. ^ffwrnjtijptt'jrf *tYi+ *tfTWfc^T oil ttijs motBopmpen£ous ljis£ot q^fatem-PttoliT* ?!;

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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GOULBURN PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 29 January 1870

. CrUUJjJay UJS trJfUfJUJuJii IB /IKfLJSi. o, ., ??..,.3 I.-.-: . -i II iii-. ? ? ,uu j,.;.i./ ?'«'.' Jc JR. A- Fiour^flneiiiei'ion1' .'.'...'.^^...^.'..^lB ^:«to U ' 6 ' 6 Fltmr neoonda) i»er tonJ.1...J.v:ij:i:iJjj;:n 12-t o ; to 18 . fl j o PoUa4^r|buihel,.,l*..«...i...i.-KMi.iiS» A-c*i -.-,£..#-? Wtj,^^^;.^:^^^^^^^ 84 $ ???'?-? ?Wheafpei*bushfel'U..I:.iiJ..'.'..i;..t;.{;;;. »0rt-l 6 .' O O0 Jj£atie,'Pcr'pushel...:L...k^bliw.-.-,»«i..iiJ|) rfi-^i,; 0,0,0 BarJiey^ey||ushel ..?.,.v..,,,v.f.r.,v,..ff,,-j, 8 00 0 - Oato perlniBhel .'. ? :................. D CO. 0 0 6 ?Hi»y-St6Siiiu:.j«..ii:.'.-....7.tWA'iUW--S'W«J*' -'8' Oi p JtwdrtWitoBwii...^..™..'.:^^.---'..! fi'O' 0, , .0 Oi ) C»ee»pWIKl}i.y..:i!!.L.«l.Ai(H!T/iS..'(«' ftlW' ^'JiOVi1 iBacnnfor»inu.....U..JJw ? ^aMUU.oiff) nf ntti- ;JQi -...«j -; £B)»sipto.ll-.u.l.iiJiJ(jJi.tn-xu'.i..-aiitnii[O-; Oilfii^iiOiiO |4. Mutton (retau) per T5 ..........p..;..,... O.II.S 0 0 W T^6W¥fr*8t!O?.?^J..™V.'.'.-K ? ;{n.''lt'** '? '3't-i!'0l JO' iH»...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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COOMA POLICE COURT. MOLDAY, JANUARY 24, 1870. BEFORE the Police Magistrate and Mr. W. Cosgrove. INDECENT ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 29 January 1870

C0OMA POHCE COURT. . MOLDAT, JANTTAHT 8*, 1670. Bitobs flu Police Magistrate and lb'. w. Oosgrove. . : . . , ??!? IKDK3SHT lABSACtT. .. . Joseph flinaeL of Seymour, was chaKea with having un lawfully and lnoeaently assaulted one Catharine Sheeny. . Mr. Upsesmb appeared for the prisoner. Henry Bryan, senior-constable, stationed at Seymour, deposed that he apprehended the prisoner by virtue of a warrant .(produced) pn the 32nd instant charging him with having indecently assaulted Catherine Sheehy ; prisoner admitted that he had .had on several oooasions connexion with the young woman with her consent; he then conveyed prisoner to the Joob-up at Stymour, and from theuoe to 'Oooma. T f ,iiih ,iit wuvwaj, nnwaw^ i^«^rvwu miw hav rauin m Seymour in the serviot of, Mrs. Power; on the 10th of January she was at Mrs. Chalker's, about three o'clock in the afternoon; mheNnM in the '-back 'kitchen, e detached ttie prisoner ;hainunetntotheUtchenVi^illstshewas there; ie^khoU«rfhtrrsheiildriotsorA...

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COOMA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 29 January 1870

CQOMA PBICBB3C1TB.&ENT. p(tt m-nhaln-!'; ???... :?. ; r- «.js,vd.-; ?.*?«.- 4 BtMAfetSHiAMf^...... ? ...i ? 0 « 6 to 0 Oft Biitte)ri(ftwfli)|)ef lb..,.,.u,...,. ? V 1 -0 0 0 0 Botter{ealt)perlb.., -. ? 0 fllo 0 10 Beef per lb ? ,,,, .,..;...„„„„. ? 0 0 - 0.,«'0 Baoon-perib^......; ? ,., ? .TTo & e 0 0 - ©leeseperlb ? .,,...,. ? O..0. 0 0 -JK0 Pofatos,i)er^irt ,.J,f., ? .?.,.;,.«;1,-.«W 6: 0 - 0 . . BV 0 Flour (firsts) per ton..,,,,.,... ? SO V 0 0 0 0 Flour (seeoBd&ltwr ti-V..x;..~Mi*t..{iM!\§ ;0-r0 . , oK o 0 8trawj-erton ? „ ? ,..,., ? _J 10 0 S_O...O Maue per 'bushel....,, ? ,.„ ? , 0 6 0 0 7 0 ? Wheatfer bushel ? , ? , ? , 0 3 6 0 4 0 . Onions per lb. ., ? , ? ..,..,..,....- ,0 ,0, .3 0, O..j- iMflkperquart....::..,...:: ? ;,;«.,„;; o o 6 o O'o Eggs perdown;.'.;...;^;... ? ;.;...'. ? - O'l '6 0 I1 » ? ? ? :.: j '??? -m- ? : — rrfi ,:.;;,,

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE KIAMA GHOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 29 January 1870

THE EIAMA GHOST. It would seem that the Kiama ghost, about 'which there' has been so mush joking and jeering, has really turned up at last! and, as if to vindicate its character and put Boomers . to the Jhhish, has; oornni(mi-i-l to frighten the ,gbod folks pf Kiama out of their propriety- . One man has seen agigaitic speetre Aver six feet mheig&t,' though it was minusahead ; land another has met with #e head minus theiwdyi afteri {tfmchrtapttesntoWUopeless^seirishtng: ThefoUowing paragraph from the XtomifOotHfill ,'»ehops«et aU doubt : at r^st for the future:— One night last week a young man ;w»s coming from' Shoalhaven, when he 'beheld what 'he TinitAirAD w-n Vn * »VtAa4 k« suMniklk* sumh Iflav. aha- f\— 1 crossing Mount Pleasant he was ridlnir leisurely along, the , night being dark, ftut sutBsiently light enough to enable him to djseem objects, when, without .- any previous 1 intimation, his torse started at something. Simultaneously a strange noise was heard, and on loo...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEANBEYAN PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 29 January 1870

QUEANBBTAN PROD&OE MARKETS. ' ?'?????? £ s. d. 4 s. d. Wheat per bushel ? '„ 0 6 0 to 0 5 « Flour por, ton ? , ? 15 0 0 17 0 0 Bran per buaod ? 0 1 0 0 0 0 Mafi^pertushel..... ? ?., ? 0 4 fl '0 6 0 Barley per bushel ? 0 3 6 0 0 0 Oate per.buehel; .....,.„ ? 0 8 € 0 4 B Hayper;ton ? J 0 .0 0 0 0 Bttftarperlb..;...'...........,..^. ? 0 0 10 0 10 Qhbeseperlb ? ..C.-..-IV....: ? ;......;'« 0 0 00 ? Baepn.per. lb.....,w, ? o 0 6 0,0 0 ?pottt»#pwcrt^^^^!!.?'.'!:.^'.'!'!,'!!;.^!^'! o so' oo o Oarriflg»GoulburntoQutanbeyan,ton S 0 0 0 0 0

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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