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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY, 4, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

PART.TAMKlSaPAaY. ..... FBIDAY. FEBStTAEY 4, 1S70. I»thetBOftiATiYBAssK-fBt,ir,— ' ?.'.-. ' Mr. Oowper, in answer, tn' a question; Bal4 that oiily a tirAgte88Teporl''had'fa6en ^coolves from tue uunter iaivst S?l»od pommlttee, put this wouldahorUy be'lai4 on the table. ; Petitions were presented from Bega «n the subject of fte Post *ud Telegraph flfflces, and from the' Bev. tW. Pufves,, praying the revival of a private bill. . . A blfitoTBgulateroadsanda bUl to regulate eontmont Were .brought in by Mr. yorster, and were read a first time., ^eptfiUon-fcomth* Manning Biver was ordered to be TtrSSDAT, FEbRtTABY 8, W»0. 'ZntheTjiatsLUiysAsstJiBtiT,— ?. ??? .,.;?. ? Mr. Oowper laid on the table a petition from Arthur fiemmiDgton, against the-rtturn of Michael Fitrpatriok. Ministers, in answer to questions, said, Jhat the work for improving the navtgaWof We'-Mst3«y'wonld be renewed whan the dredge bought bomiha Queensland Go vernment was received ; that the repairs to the King Creek Bridge...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRAID WOOD PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

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Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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UPPER BENDOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

UPPEE BENDOOK. ; This place at present; is exceedingly dull, oving to two causes, namely law and want of means to push on the works with any vigor. ! :;?-??.?': ?? ^v -*??.,-?? '?' , PhesnU crushing machine, the Morning, 8tar Beef, &o., were sold ten days ago by a writ issued from Melbourne at the instance of a gentleman from Sydney at £1500, and the purchaser would have commenced work yesterday, but the manager left by Mr. Bawack in charge of the Morning Star Beef would not let him work upon jt, and as this reef would employ a deal of labor, we can only now reconcile ourselves to waiting patiently tfll better times «ome again. '. ' The Umted Tunnel Company have just let what they sup pbsetohe the UrttottacToriOD feet, hefore the end of whlrfh -thm hana In nnmt tfa- trmt. : It finaht -to Im na membered this reef, ,by ainking'&om the surface yielded S ossi to the ion, and oonstquantiy great faith is placed in the company's ultimate supoess. ?,.;.;?; '? ? ? ~ ' The Hom...

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 — 12 February 1870

! HELBOU&NE STOCK SEPOBT. !D».t*AH0T, CAipb«w, amd Co. wfpbrt ' the eattle *MU-ket Ifully supplied wltninftrior ia tnadtum ^ualite; nearly nil from the fcr Noj#h.,i They wete4p^ncipally,«U, sold, only Moras *t Jow^r.priees. . The aheep pmrke^^ri *lsp ftlly pupplied; priceB have advanced la. pe* head for' good to f Poweb, B*rraKEPBW», A«p- bo.'nniQrt the *eeeip)t'rf . I73S Seattle, principally medium and inferior, (fblchlanerbsrdly iroaiised Store prioes. They sold 270 of Lord and M'Nevin's, mostly bullooks, at «toar«rage6f(£BlSs, from MrorBaxwon; it Sandturrt, £47 head of fnvaA wies wer« »W, averaging £5 2s, for Mr. Isaac Shepherd. 26,000 sheep, of prime jguality, tre sdliiig btaw-rw't'™he*»»P1Ji*t*sW. ? frmii and pvtlMtd ovThokab #rti.TAJi Bjeket mi 1 ''«MoMic'%'ti4tkM'8ru-(s (toUSptppritton), atth* Cetma, NticSour* Wale*,

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 — 12 February 1870

GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. I'. S. Cohkh and Co.— fat Cattle : We yarded this week in aU 97 head, and sold on account of Messrs. 'Hall Bros. 31 head, at— 1st yard, bullocks, £5 7s (rt; 2nd and 3rd yard*, ditto, £4 18s; 4th yard, ditto, £4 19s; and for A. G. D. Huthwaite, Esq., 66 head as follows : 1st yard, bullocks, £5 7s 6a1; 2nd yW do., £4 lBo 6d ; 3rd yard, bows, £4 6s ; 4th yard, do., £3 18s 6d ; and two yards Tory plain oows at £8 10s ; these latter could on'y be claRSed as good stores, prices may lie snid to have receded. a little. Quotations: Best bullocks, £5 10s to £5 17s 6d ; medium to good, £4 15* to £5 Ss. Store cattle are not quite so firm ; still the Sales held by us (his week were satisfactory to the vendors. We sold 65 bend as follows: 23 bead mixed at £t 5s; the balance, cows, it £2 10s -to £Z I©*. . We quote . all bullocki, 75b to80s; equalsoieB, 55s toSSs. FatSheepareindeina»d by the trade, to whom a draft of really prims' could readily be placed at top rates. We sold...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

&IPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. Pk/wsok, Engxish, anu P en.— Fat Cattle: The market well supplied, and prices easier. Bullocks are worth from £Q 10s to £S 10s ; cows, £4 10s to £6 10s. . Store Cattle : Tha demana is still good, and not nearly enough stock to hand. Two largo rooba that were expected to arrive having gone to other markets, will have the effect of keeping *tp prices here. ^Wa held a sale on Wednesday last at Wurruk Wurnik of store cattle just arrived from Melbourne. Owing to '.the extreme heal of the weather, tsnd fires, the fittendaizofr was not large. . Cows sold at froni.£3 to £3 6s ; heifers, £! 18s ; bullocks, £4 10a ; workers, £4 12a 6d to £1^5s. Fat Sheep : The demand slack; good wethers offering at 6s 6d to 7s. Store Sheep : At our sale at Maffra on the 25th instant, we disposed Of store ewes in fair condition at 3s 3d; wethers, 4s; lambs, 2s44te 2s 8d; four tooth swes, 3a IOd. There were very few buyers present, and the sales had to be stopped two or three tim...

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 — 12 February 1870

'WANTED. WANTED, *y % M ofc.Ma*#, nart.^* SEEP^fflEBmo take chsrg^of a.wngle ?Of uOUulB fittivl Oil ft ^PBIOFBIICCS rOQuU'CO^;;, i fii'l *''? ' * ? * '% *' -Bolaira. N February 2, 1870^ J- , 'r y ' WANTED. WATCTJED f?' ^^ci»t?^;KSBair {SEE ? VANT. :? r . ? : ' , '* Apply to ? MRS. L. 8. DAVIDSON, Cooma. SADDLERY. T. Jy J^TER BKG8 to inform tl»e,Tl«»Wentf ofXJOOMA, Vicinity, ana fhe District in general that he Has Commenced Business tot' a ?'' GENERAL SADDLER in this Pwmises^ately occupied 'tiy' fir.' Httrit,' opposite Mr. Gh Cohen's Oooma Hotel, KiWe-| street, Cooraa. ^ — ' ' ':r'. ' ' - ' ' ^ The Advertiser is prepared to ewute all order? entrusted to bis 'care with' ' , ? .' ' Neatness and Dispatch. : - By strict attention: to 'business and ?civility, «om- ; bined ? '??? ???' :i'' '-'?? ??!' '!; ?. ?? .,' ';; ' ' he hopes to SECURE the, PAffBONAGE of%he Fublio. l:-;.. (..tti-.i;v-i! .-..^ -'! ' '!1 ?' \ s' ?] '. Every Article In ,&£ .T^ade', , ? ... ?; - , .;.,-? . : ? TV ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

Ma. B. LIPSOOMJJ, Solicitor, 6ns, fiOOUA, -CUT SB GOHSOMBD AT BIS OOTTOS, ? SHARP-STREET, COOMA. J;M- PEARS, .XilCENSBD SfJBVEYO& ©RAZING RIGHTS MEASURED. - PRIVATE SURVEYS. Of ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED, fl^= Abdbws— bOOMA HOTEL. PEARBON, ENGLISH, &PECK, STOCK AN© StATIOW AGENTS, Cfippsiand ! Stock ' : Exclmnwei ????.': i'' ^SAi£&v, . ?;;-- T IBEEAIiADFJLNCESoo STOCK consigned Ju 'forwte. ;;'' ' ' ' .., , ''.,.. Aooount «*le» arn4prooo^ pw^ptty wttdered, Mf. PfiOK irtH obnttaue, «« r heretofore, tj-, act ai AUCTIONEER for the disposal ot Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Sec. AGENT AT BRtlTffEjr-MB. THOMAS J. STIRLING. £A CARD.]| ADAJff 'if PAGE, GENERAL C0.MM138 ION AGENT, ? ? MERIMBULA, F. S. COHEN & CO., , AUCTIONEERS, STOCK A STATION A«ENTS, ' .'' ' ..'urn GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, OLO AUSTRALIAN AUCTION MART, AtBKJEN-STEPBT, GOULBtJRN. OUR ¥ARP8 kreOENTRALiy firrpATED and, have every convenience for DRAFTING an'dadvantageou8ly_EXHCBITINGSTGCK'rsent FOR SAL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

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LATER AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

LATEfe AMERICAN NEWS. Bt way of California we have news jfrom the Eas tern StateB to the 8th .December:— Galveston, December 3.— About fifty business firms abd shopkeepers were burned out by tlie fire this morning. ' The Merchants' Mutual Insurance Company's building, a theatre, and the Metropoli tan Hotel, were destroyed. The loss is variously estimated, -running up to a million and a half. No election returns as yet received. ?' ' New York, December 3, — All the papers contain eulogistic notices of A. D. Richardson. His funeral services were held at noon to-day at the Astor House. Revs. Foathingham and 'Hall (read a por tion of the scripturos and delivered b eulogy on the deceased. - He bore testimony .to the beauty of bis character. - Henry Ward Beecher followed With a tribute to jlie memory of Siohardson, expressing a belief ;in bis perfect purity of motive aiid integrity jof character, accompanied with a withering rebuke to those who have unnecessarily assailed them! He conclud...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

' ? ?'?? *! ?'' .BEGrA.-'';' ?????-?? '-.; Foroert.— The man Trawley who' was brought before the Panbula Bench charged wsth Corging'a requisition to the Postmaster-general, has been convicted and committed to take his trial at Bega on the 7th March next BallaUowea ta £300, and tw6 sureties «T JUSD each.' ?' ?-?.???' Bjcss.^-The Bega' races, whith.take ptabe on the? th and rtth March, pronnse%) be' Mboessmi. Several hortes are in train, ^udtagproiswinfcBsento^Pjromfa^ Tombay, Lorenio.Oarette, and iome Ktsrord stock. r : \ CitBOtro.— The- foundation stone «f the new Presbytary - wUl it tssaid he laid on the 23rd instant bj the Very Bev. 8. J. Bheehy, Vicar-General. Asommlttee has been formed tocsrryeutallthenecetsaiT.arraiirtoientj. ' .,. . . -, AcofilKT.— Mr. Dale, bfOaltlahfs; Panbuta, met with a serious accident on. Wednesday,) - - She gentleman was pro ceeding homewards prom JJega-wben.tus, none bolted, and brought bis rider in OontacTwith a tree; both horse and rider came to the ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE LARGEST GIPPSLAND NUGGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

THE LARGEST GIPPSLAND N0GGET. The largest nugget ever found in Gippslarid— 43 «8R.f 3 dwts.-^.was'bro'njght^ere ye8herday'(writes theOippslnnd 2\'mef of January '29th), and handed over to'theBank' pf VictoriaV where ;it will remain on'view for'a^few Says.' The. nugget is of slightly' oblong shape, _in lbn'gtb about «iglit:inc!)es. It'b'as1 a ji'erfebtly smooth1 surface, and in ' appeatane'e is' much waterworn.j It is purchased by. the'Banit for its full weight, which of course meatis that it is ' pjure'gbld ^and' of good quality. The ^fortunkle' fibd'er is a1 young inahnamed John 'Tharntony lately in the employ ?of Mn'Mal+iftr,' 'of Salei' f Sb'ine' short time ago Thomtoh went on a «? hatting- tou/ through th9 ranges 'in the neighborbooel of F*ee «torte-Creek.: The precise ibc^iityttf 'the* nnfd Is at' 'BUok^'bnuy 'Creek, near'Maxiinaiah'Creek'. The' discovery was k pure 'accident,' aW J'ohn Thornton' ;htid no expectation 'of comingVupbtt'g6ia at 'the spot from which the hueget way ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

GUEANBEY.AN. ' . ,.' Tn Court of General Sessions was opened by Mr. District Court Judge Madarland, on Tuesday last. The principal case brought before ;the Conrt was that of Moses Joseph, charged with stealing sheep belonging to I/. V. de Satts. The prisoner was defended by Mr. 'W. O. Windeyer. Thejnainpoints»f, the evidence, which occupied . the whole day m taking, has already appeared in these oolumns.' A Uttle fresh evidence was brought out.' Tht address of pris»nar)« counsel .was listened to with eager attention and applauded at its conclusion. The Drown prosecutor replied at great length,, his Honor summed up. at 11 o'clock p.m., conoluding'at midnight. The jury retired' and after a vonsnttation of twenty minntes returned to Court with a verdiot of guilty. Sentence was deferred till the following morning, when the prisoner was sentenced to eight years hard labor on the roads. ? This sentence caused considerable sensation and slight applause. ? Joseph Duff was found guilty «f la...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

' ?:LAiTE EUROPEAN NEWS. Bt tfie.'^over of the Seas we have telgraphie news. frofla; vEnrope' to the 9th December. We extract the'-Wjlowing'frora the Bulletin,- — Pa,ris, December S. — the ^Empress Eugenie has arrived.' Elections are being held to-day for deputies to the Corps Legislatiff in $ 'istricts where the^esuft-Was not decided Bt the last elections. A dispatch 'from Borne says all the Italian bishops except tye hare taken the oath of fidelity to the Madrid, December 6.— -The CarliBt cbisf Pano Has tieen convjoted of treason and sentenced to death ; rumors of a Carlist insurrection continue. In the Cortes yesterday Ganeraj Prim stated that since, the commencement of the Cuban rebelliou fourteen vessels of war, including two ironclads, tailed for Cuba, transporting nearly 40,000 troops. Suez, December 5.— The barque Noel, bound for Bombay, the first mercantile vessel which passed through the Suez canal with a cargo, was wrecked in the Red Sea, eighty-six miles from here. Bf.rl...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

-. ??'.-? CANADA. TopoNTO, P(ecen&«r 5.— A special from St. Paul to the',-?/oie|gives the latest intelligence from Fort Gar.iy. ,, !fi)fi, bolf breed insurrection is dying out, and qnly fifty irsurgentsare under arms. The dis banded insurffeufs met in «ouncii November 10th, and adjourn©! iintill the 22nd. The resultof their deliberations is unknown, but it ib believed the insurgents, W'lj invite Governor JFDougall to come and assume , the reins ef Government Ottowa, Deoember 9. —Donald G. Smith, who arrived here, a,, (Tew days ago, received a Cable despatch fr^ijtlie Hudson Bay Company to pro-, ceed atoace |*» the Bed River and assist Governor M'Lavishrinttie administration of that territory, or supceea,;hjjp p case of his demise. ? f ,. '-,,,, Desnatchea received bv Qnvernmmt, frnrn (in. vernpr S^Layi'sh and SI'DonsII represent the difficulty jq.that territoryas.subsiding. ,.; Governpr'l^Dougall will enter the territory. as '. soph as^a^iieen's proclamation, reaches . him,,...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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TESTIMONIAL TO THE REV. C. B. QUINN. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

TESTIMONIAL TO THE JREV. G. JB. QUINJf . ! In our last' we stated that the above named gentleman had announced his intention of leaving .this aistriot, ariongst : th^^athotin r^rid^nW jnf wMoh tip haSttoAenganilcSBlouBte ' labered^ A meeting of; title GathoUos of Bpmbala was ^»y1' ! iaf -the 'Boyal Hotel on Monday IsM/fbr the^jsmeof' departurBftomthedistriot. Sr.O. fhUbsn teenpiel thai *halr; and th« iappehdM resolutions %^adoptW?HA»ut. . asedings of the meeting were brbugitto a dosebv a wte Of _piimV« to thefihainnan. : - Whethepit bvthe Intention of the Catholics of Oooma to aid in, this matter w.« cannot say. at present no move has been made to'dolso. Obnddtting the long time {heBeV.0. -B. ftuinn labored ,*niongst^em, the «reat iesteem andi respect in which he was held bvallinthispartof the district,! it would be but reasonable and just they should do so, A meeting to appoint a committee Jw that i»urp-»e should be called as soon as possible. JS't are informed that the reverend ge...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. (Through Greville and Co., Telegrammists.) SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

'XII^ST SPECIAL TBLE&RAM, (Through QrsvillefuvlOt^ TtUframmitUJ , '??'???'?''? '? '?' ??'? !: STDifET.Tridiy Hight. Ths Estimates for this year haw been laid upon the Table ?of the Ansemtily. , ':,,,.,' . ., ? - * 'The Colonial Treasurer has announfied hit fn^n^Bi etatementtfor.Wednosdoy next. ? r : . : The'Govemment hare stated theiriatcntion of not intro autiiig' aland bill this session. ^They intend to- bring in a' bill *o ?reduce the salaries of future wreraon. - .... . Hr. Arthur Jlemmingfem, of Tass, has petitioned the Xegislative AtBettbly' against the return of Mr.Woiiael Fitepatricb as member fpr Tass Plains ; ,£100has htenrs* 'ceivedfty the Speaker. ' ?' ' ' ? : Mr. (Flood's wool steresj Oircular iQuay, caught fire early' on 'Wednesday morning, being. at the time fall of wool. Attention wa* quickly called to the fire, and strenuous «0brU were made to suppress it ; but before this was effected «boutH508 bales of wool were burnt or injured. The stores -were in some p...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

' ?'. '' '.' ''''V : ''feiANnitA' . 7 '' . .' . ' fritoif OUB OWN C0B&E8VOMDENT.1 Vfz hare had « splendid rain wnioh I hear has' been pretty general, it was mueh wanted atTumut and the low country in its vicinity. The maite crops there are really jnarnjficent, standing fifteen reetinheighftuidas ttick as a wood; ParHej ate estimating B0«ndJO0bwih»U to the acre. The. wheat crops have also been excellent, varying tiom'» to^5 bushels to the acre. ? ThiB upplies to the whole country towards Wagga Wagga, as weU as in the direction of Yass, Burrowa, Young, &c. Hour In Tmnat is now £10 per ton and will bs lower, '.,...- ;, . . ? ' . . ? , ? ?', ! -4; . .7a mining matters everything is very ^dull, as is usually. the case after the holidays. I hear of some of our Chinese waving lor youf lowuty. , . ? Yerrtm 1 see has bsen surprising the Oooma peopled 'We on Kfandra know hunprctty well, and- pat mo faitli in iiis , reputed discovery. Where Verran is known little heed would be ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 February 1870

,? ??: SEYMOUR. :??; ,. -. .??.?? ,T*'aOX.OVB.OWII«OBXBRPOIfBSirr.l . ' Poiroi CoTTpr.— Before K. Damon, P.M., and W. Cosgrore, ff-P. ' A case' was brought before these gentlemen wt6eh caused some little attention im oar email township. Messrs.. O'Brien and Kearney were summoned and charged with hating: sold Mods on the' inA' of January last, that 'day being £ord?s4ay.-, .The defandants pleadefguflirand wen nned'Se. and eostf. It is well known in Bejmwir who gave the information causing the summons to be issued. The -; following are, as far as t can learn, (he cireumstanoei of the case: A wtaanandberebnirtiohadthatdaytraveUed BometweltB or fiiurtwen miles and feeling hungry, purohasei, from Kearney afad O'Brien 'two pounds of biscuits, a pot of jam, and a teapot. ThewomanwasobservedpaBsingthrough the township with the parcel and information was given to the police, resulting as above stated. Tbk Chops.— The fariaers abtut Scymemr are all .busy getting in their crops, and have a hope...

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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