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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 February 1863

rMt Weeklv C*leBdn.r. W Month. p»y r^^W;T , .XUb. 14 Saturday 8S7 6 SI K . . ': lESundav 5 88 6 60 SS . 'IB Monday 5 89 6« 27 -t ;irTuesd% * 40 6 48 38 f llSWedrisoy 6 41 6 47 N ; 19 Thursday 6 48 6 46 1 . -i SO] Friday 5 44 6 44 2 I ; ' ; New Moon on the l«th inat. ? j MOJf AEO MERCURY^ :i an ooova asd Mtraiu aHwm. f \ COOitA, FRIIUV, FEBRCABY 13,1868.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Metropolitans. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 February 1863

Hletropolltano. ;'Z [noxan erasmosnnrr.] . : ' J ? i ? . fiPQBBKi fftfftfflU1! .^IwsaeiAireakiiMtienaweik «f ji.*nwaj a^i«a«t«a«nant.- -'tH-i&air £&?*?&&* Oommisttmferaie trial of Bur hi^hwajman '? w«s' opened by judge Wise. On WednepdaySbe Inter-' Colonial Eowing Ma W. was dedderl 1n Iwonr pf p«r oarsmen. On Thnnday i-egan the Jnter 43okspl-WeketMateh,-wKoh is, at this present tnomenf,*t its erWs.'' : ...,-?.-?? ?? BsHinghnrstConrthsabeencrpwDedantiuOTgh ^week.Tbebosbrans^a are disposed of with temimendabb-desnatoh.verdiots of guiltv being retained aftwiwy short ddiberaUon -The ease of the taebri robbers U the oply exoeption Jo thia. Tbeir ease«bsted over fiiur days: and the jury wereyAtsrdrfr ffi*m«d, a. the, ^^JWpia opiorillionrf without artv^ at lajiy.^maaimoiis condsjaion., .The «at« wffl some on #jsjb-*--«' Ibrtwight, tad there is bo donbt ,-tf,vb«fa- . hejog convirtea. *Em ef the jwy men agreed on a ver «J*nirn.Wang wtoaniagajnstBowanaFordyoe, ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPECIAL COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 February 1863

Ja- c THE flPJECTATj OOHMISSXOsT. Wf Traftsan be very little donbt about .&e wisdom1 , of Government in directing a. SpS^ Session tf ;r-_6 theCnmm.ICWtforthelrialofthelrabrangers.. fcXj'- A oontwpo^ argues thst there was bo necessity fit forsuohatt^inasmi^uaBatburstjurywouia Mjm *' more likely to convict than to acquit each des pK pwaaow. Thii is only em-ther argument in 6v« Ik gaardagsmstpnganictiy^a rjrisenerasitii 1 SI *° gu*rd ?S-m't prejudice f* fetor of a prisoner. | » . . It « tot likdy.that either prejudice «ffl exist In ?a ^gr' '''' *''r*— v» -?» wjwwijw ^urj. ffUWiie J racing im f?»§ : ii'3^*^*^ «troog)/ejHtoafcy tite repeated K;M:-: oatrsgesoftiifchwayman. Then j* positinlyiio fc|: s^th^uBwurityerepta^^rc^aad ^Ivv-: fnttewngliboriModor^hmto. io*.W«rt jM^& ^jftprateJiotjKi and|-riTafe petamare mb STtfWi t'» dMgjptpt tilth* met impudent tvbberies P? !»»*=£ to to.bwd ^temofpolioed-t h« l«o Hpiat^nmvk IthobxionitoWwoiitW g :.TT tfeat^ however excellent elioha ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 February 1863

. - TAstoira . -,. -dlBHB^^^^j . ..- m :* den^ral Prlntfni; OAlce, ; ? ; ? . oooiu. ? ;j, .': . ' ?'?JIVEflY descrjnKan of'printihg'e*e-mt£-rm ? 'JGi ^©aerate1**™*, W at-tJi« iihortnt'ttotim. ; * .. r«mpli»et»1^a^tt^*jidBiUlieadf printed in ? , fe'Ciiiirg.'OiiT^', Cheques, TruiiiiWJi j-ftote enft - ;. 'netting --«na a-wfmWi -?* in any «ther ; ; , . T*t«bli»Timmt in rtie CoJotii™. ? : ? ?. . Orders renhvea1 forfhencrenfioriof frerrrMiety -ofCkppm-jUteenaXi6ho^ preprinting. ? ' .^Thr Proprietors 'ImiTi'ga flrrt--3»M «fBelc of ^otrtring type on hand, -ana empioyine only .,'thomn!;hly efficient workmen, are In a position to ' execute any bra'?'* fliiy may T» tarorml with us - -neat, cheap, .an3 'etpwrifioufflV as any «fiier ettaV . 7liafrnient ia Ore Colonies. ? ..' , .Order* ftom env noT-firm oTfinDistrietprompfly :andaaeurarahr«ttendeB|o. .'..'..- ! ^ ItBA AWD PEERINS' * * ' CELEB*ATSD - irdftctiSTiisftRi! : ? V ? .?.SAUb:fe.;«.!,,,r ? ' : «t ? JH . from » Hetfiml . jLuj... .i. j.i .i...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 February 1863

K |H ? - WO TIC E . ijf jBI XTn FRKQrJElfrj.YncsU^OMers^-Post. W', -HI ? W for the rnmi^T^n-ftbemeruV from ft' ' ^?Ipartim who are unknown' to us. .We wish it to be W, ^?lunderslood that unless i-ucli orders are aecompan:ed 7 ^Hi °y * remittance, or authenticated b/ ibeiuaatnnB . ' ;^B|or one of our /Igentv we .can&tfoufHerialB ' tfr f ? ^m. I attend to them. '??' ' ' !..??.- Hi flOr^r-.tOTB-l''-^' -'. ^Bj rpHOSTE of onr STjBSCRrBBRS who- do -hot' j^B] J- recularlv recrire the Kenirjr by post,' will , ^^U oblige by making known ita .non-arrival at once, in. ? ^Kf order that ttepe may bfl taken to aseortainwhere ? ^gi the fault exists. '?.??? ? ? ' : -' ^Ba The quarterly accounts for the quarter ending F, Wa Dpflember 30, J 862, ere now in the hands of our , , 9b various Agents and prompt settlements are ta all | SB cases requested. . ? ? ' ?? /'.» . 0HA8.DIX0N. fy Mm 3fay«ry. Jan. IB, 1S6%. -^ ?

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 February 1863

HoLLOWjir's OlMTUEKT ASD PlLlS.T^ Dis eases o- me Sklv.— By (he joint action o£ , these inestifflable specifics, ' all akin eroprtdns are Quickly tatished^frbm ittie ays. tern,- the. jrorat.description of wonndM-i ulcers areeasily»radicarfd, die morbific nutter, arhieh nature 'finds: iujnrions to her, is thrown out* . ina'a;thort)Bghlyhealthyiutet)f«hBWoi)dahi flnitUis the result,, restoring a sound mind I3dT)b3y Vt f solefers after alt othftr trenmmt hA-beeo bond 'ineffecttia), in many' tases sav!ng-eurgical opemiOBS and even life itself, by their miraculous power, ' ~ The medicaments are composed., of Vegetable extracts of rare virtoVCiMoeti the aAnixtbre pt a grain *of mercury or any other noxious sabstance. ; ? . TU? PtTCHEB GotS O5T TO THE WEI*, »0T THB^ttCUER HAY AV L&Bt BB BROSfeK. '-^?Nowthis 1 take to be a sort of alls— What tslhal word 'now, which m-tneana aomethtag drfewent to wiktit rfeoW^mtans t— an alle» alligatbrtT-A)«--«Hlcprap8ad-r-alkidi? -r-aU ^-n»r-^illeg...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. BOMBALA v. COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 February 1863

Cricket. ' :- ? BttMBALA v. OOQUA. - s ,: On Tn«»irlW'the« was*1arg«muste onlhe green tunalljftaet apart for 'cricketing pBrposee, in duding a jbod^ sprinkUng of the fair 'sex,' to witne«s-^uunt^t'betViflentheBombalaandOc-oma cricketers. * On.tbeoccwipir.the village^green, as we may term it^ wore quite a lively aspect— the flags, (he tents, and the large concourse of people bent on enjorbiglhemselyf srenderingit paitiomarly so, ..Indeed on no oocation have we seen 'our green' lookw well as on Tuesday last. : TheBombsJa-cricketers arrived in Cooma a'bout ansk«n Monday emung, after a somewhat tedious ^i^^^ota.lHinghBwy.m.atooknpfteir guartari ^JbMkfouWs,'Cooma Hotel At a WMinff6*'' j*» *wPjP»Pfennji 'Mgr-Vmtei- fer Btaa^*-i|^fe JDjxpn'feCaoAa, it was deojdad |t«;^^t^M,ji(is«mriineiop^^itow|iy morning at 00 Mb sharp, the Cooma players giving than-oppotamb tie choice of innings, Ac «oidmgly cat Tuo»day morning shortly after nine *? ',^«?W¥W^ j^«i «*gair to master on the ,trrstjnggroi«i....

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bombala. NATIONAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 February 1863

- Bombala. . From a Correspondent NATIONAL SCHOOL.     The foundation Stone of this building was laid   with'Masonic Honour on Monday last. The     brethren having met at their lodge, Maybe-treet, marched in procession (clothed in masonic costume) to the site of the building, when Mr Lawrenoe   had the honor of laying the first stone of an Insti tution that was long required in the district and one that will I am sure- prove of inestimable bene fit to, the rising generation.       Mr Baddely at the conclusion of the ceremony addressed the assembled and I should think by sound argument would convince the most sceptic as well as those that have that have so resolutely set th face against the National School that is the only system that will et successfully in a small town ship like Bombala by giving an education to children who would otherwise be running about the Stree...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURT OF REQUESTS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7. (Before R. Dawson, A. M'Keachie and D. Bell Esqs., J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 February 1863

COURT OF REQUESTS. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7.     (Before R. Dawson, A. McKeechie and D. Bell Esqs., J.P's J. J. Walker v. Angus Rankin of Native Dog   Flat.                 In this case Walker sued Rankin for wages, as tutor, the for some off £4 6s. Rankin admitted the debt, but put in a set off for absent days. Walker said some of the days were Sundays— and some the Christmas Holiday. This case caused much amusement in court, and roars of laughter followed each of Walkers statements. Verdict for plaintiff, £3 16s with costs.   V. Marr r. W. uaaac— no proot o; serving ot . Angus MTJonaldT. John Whitaker—Ko proof of seryjnf of susnaons. ' . . ' . ? CDdresT. Ghaudl— Postoonded Jdr torther oridence.' ' . ?, . ..' ., ? There ibntDtUeii the ahajM of news about ber^eroeptthe«pioa**owiirrof ram we hare. badlatdy*: »o was aprjngiag last aad s...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

^iTpl-PRESS PRINTING SKEOVTBO tHsnSs! ^rl$tt TV AMMSJ ^Mg9 . .VXtXBSSS TABIOTT3 ^^^B^^^b^ *''' aaurosn ^M^MeSL?^ vtbtxtob 'WJNARO MERCURY11 flSencrnl Printing Office, COOMA. EVETHT description of printing executed -on moderate term*. mH at the shortert notice. Postern; in fhe various size*, plain and colored. Pamphlet*, Catalogues, ma Billheads printed in „ * . ?, ' the neotest style. ? fXtedhin. Curd*, Cheque;, Promissory-note ana ?.?'* Receipt Boob, executed With as great nearness and despatch bs in sny Other. T)stah1iBiim(mt In the Colonies. ? Storekeepers Bugs printed at a cheap rate. Orders rreeived forthe execution of every variely ?of Copper-plate and Lithographic Printing. The Proprietors having a first-dun rto'ck of jobbing typn pa hand, and employing only thoroughly efficient workmen, are in a position to execute miy orders fh°y may be favored with as nest, cheap, and expeffitiouglv as any other estab lishmpnt. in the Colonies. Orders from nnv porfion oTtho District prompt...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LORD DUNDREARY AT BRIGHTON, AND THE "WIDDLE" HE MADE THERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

LORD DUNDREARY AT BRIGHTON, AND f HJE ' WlbDLE' HE MADE THERE. One of the many popular delations wesptct ing the Bwitish swell is the supposition that be leads an independent lite — goes to bed when be likes — gets up when be- likes — d-dwesses how be likes, and dines when he pleases. The public are g-wossly deceived on this ? point. A weal swell It as mt-mucn under authority as a p-poor devil of a private in the market, a clerk in a .Government office, or a f-foorth form boy at Eton. Now I come under the demou— dynoniraa — (no — thtop — what is the word ?) dom— -denom — b-denotni- nation — that'th it-— -I come under the . d-deuominstion oF a swell — (in-'n fact — a howwid swell — some of my friends call me, , bat thaftk only their flattewy) and I assure you, Mr. Editor, a f-fellah In that capacity is bo much weswained by the rules of f-fashion _ —that he can scarcely tall his eyeglath ' bis own. A swelly I take It, is a fellah who t-takes care that be swells, as well as swells who ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Curious Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

Curious Cose. ~ ^ .?-???, , At.the Central Police Court, Sydney, on Thurs day hut a.corious oase came on for hearing. It Swill be remembered {hat. one Dr. Sleigh, of the Duntan lliniiig ^Company notoriety, was some, eliorttunwsge Wmmitted for defeaudingioertein gold minera out of their money. Another Sleigh now ap pears as plaintiff against some parties who have been defrauding him. We append the following from the S. M. Herald -.—Charles Brock and Jane, his wire, were brought before 'the Court by detective Elliott, charged with baring conspired with a man named Wilson (not before the Court) to defraud one' James Sleigh. Brock said that he knew nothing of the money, but he thought that Sleigh and Wilson were partners; found on the female prisoner the sum of £8, of which a £5 note she said was given to her by Sleigb, in payment of a loan by which she enabled him to pay his pas sago to Bockhampton. James . Sleigh, of Bock ampton, bushmen, deposed that eiitcen or seven teen days since ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Billilingera and Adaminby Stations. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

The BllUIingera aud Adamlnby Stations. . ' '?' Tb,e.£. M. Serald advertises both the. above stations for sale on an earlv day in Sydaey, full particular* of which are promised on an'early day; But Ihe best of the thing is the notice cor.cludeaby 'N.B.— WiU be alongside Circolar Quay oil Monday moving.' Whether :Mr. Coserove is a oonsemting party to this veryfeatible arrangement or not is not shown, but we should imagine be would prefer his present anchorage on the Mur rumbidgee to ever such a'snug borth alongside the Circular Quay. Sfarriage of minors. From the Gazette of the 10th inst., we cull the following:— It is hereby notified, for the informa tion of tho public, that the undermentioned Jus tices of the Peace have been and are Commissioned by their Honors the Judges, to give consent to the Marriage of Minors in the District placed oppo Bite their names, under the provisions of the Mar riage Aot, J9Ticto'ria, No. SO, section XI: Cooma, -Bobert Cassells, Francis Smith, and Bober...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, Evn. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

BEGA POLICE COCET. . . FalDAY, Fj:u. 0. Ooorge Holt, [better Imotru as Judge Cary's Pet,) was charged with stealing a Btccr, the property of Janet Spcnoe, of Bega. The first witnen called mas Peter M'Alister : I am attached to Ihs polics department at Bega; received information on fed February that George Holt, prisoner before the Court, branded* steer, the property of Mrs. Janet Spence, of Bega, and sold the same on the 31st January to Thomas Moran ; John Spence laid the information and obtained a warrant for Ihe apprehension of prisoner at Wumbuggee; apprehended prisoner on the 4th inst. ; Holt, the prisoner, told me that John Spence saw tho steer before he branded it, and that nothing could be done, as it was disputed property. John Spence: I am a farmer living at Bega; my mother, Janet Spenco, also resides at Bega; I manage her stock; then was a red and white steer, mymothera property, running near her house 13 months since ; I went to Wum buggee on Sunday lost as I heard it was...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

TH£ SKGLtSH VSVB. « is to our mind particularly gratifying to notice the ve«y Tegular manner in -which onr* mails arrive feom England under tbe care of the P. and O. i. Itompany, the more particularly as we find that our | ^blund postal eerrice is being eo thoroughly ineffi ? ciently conducted, but in looking over the news to tand il is of incredibly more importance to note i that, eo far as could reasonably .lie expected, tbe |- petition of affairs in the mother country an eren ? 'i(Jre satisfoctory than we could eipect The all % : yWorbing topic in England of interest is the f Soncaabire Distreis, and this unmitigated calamity, | -&l will carry pleasant sensations into the breasts of ^??^Biany in this country to know, baa readied ite fejftwiimiini, and that very important steps have Kibtaa taken by other branonea at various .portion* I ; --f the United Kingdom to perfect sudh measures I ; « irill enable the different oomtuittees to keep I; ^own, if not to lessen, this bydr...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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(To the Editor of the "Monaro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

(To tha Editor of the ^Monaro Mercuiy^J Sm— Allow me to soya few words fa reply to your re. marBsorTm^letrei-orthSSiJth Jin.' ~t hive to to£B exeep: fipoltoypur 1st sentence, in which fan. claim that your .jcipresston of opinion in the Cooper contraversv has been . rfair, oondid,; and iMependent,' 4c. I cant admit that MlexeuM my saying 'tnat I consider it based on inn fyiena and ignorance of mining Ww, and prtjudfa SB»tIobioctto'fiinrmaHnjrtho-iiimeniottho address to V6f. Cooper say, that »pn» of fhecharjtes were substantiated. ? .What they did say was that not one of theoharge«,aflccting hW'honor or integrity -was substantiated. Li it fair to mis quote us, and then accuse us of mwMi^g an absurd ' mis ?tatammtr The weighing business in tho ' intellectual ootlee,' is all right enough I dare say. But it seems to me quite a gratuitous assumption on your part that the men Of XUandra have stultified themselves by *' unthinkingly and inconsiderately, iH»iAing their signatures to a docume...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

' ^w&^eefciv Calendar. '}-. SI Saturday 6 46 6 43 3 ,-?— '^ - 22 Sunday 6 46 6 42 ?* 23 Monday 6 4(5 6 40 6 24 Tuesday 6TT ~ ' 6 39 6 25 Wedosdv 6 48 6 88 7 2fi ThursdnV 6 48 6 38 8 ' 27 Friday 5 49 6 87 9 & ? First quarter at 1038 p.m. on the 25th but. MONABO MERCURY, ' AND COOJti'AKD BOMBitl iDXTEBTIEEE. ' ' COOMA, FKIDAY. FEBBUAfcf 20. 1863.

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 — 20 February 1863

LE3^T- ?JiES'T., I Pickled Salmon, f ' Pickled White Herringi. ? iingPish, -*-^li 111 11 Aed Herrings, iA tins, . '^^^ Potted Salmon, Wl Qy»te«» ^^ M Lobsters, ? „ ' ? ^m Sardines, &c, Sec All in Prime Condition. ' . — ¥M. BOSS, Caledonian Stores, ^ 47-49 ? -wJW ^1 Por Sale or Le^rSST^- WITH OE WITHOUT^agar.ldoAj^^^ WTTHrMinBIATE rOBBBS8)™^1fCJlie,8un- ' fffHE -HOUSE known as the ie, OreoUy; 1 ««*»» -L- IHIT, latdy oocupied hy Mr. ASea. '»x tsap, SfPUeeiontherSiidtoPanbilla. Abo the CPEB.ENCY LABS, Utely oocut, by Mr. W. Peatlierstone, ontheTantlowanclo road ' - -' to Merimbula. Apply to ME. H. HOaAETH, . 47-50 Bombala. To Let, AND MAY BE ENTERED UPON IMME DUtELV, mHOSE COMMODIOUS PREMISES, called _L and known by the sign of the Lord Raglan Inn, IS LAMBIE-STREET, COOMA. The house is large and commodious, and well adapted for the public line of business. The out buildings and adjoining premises are equally good, consisting of large kitohen, substantial stable with loose box, ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

_ ? ~ To Correspondents. MF. Vtritat^Siandra. — Vi have received your letter tv»* oh the retuli of the late Local Court election, [? '^^^* *** language it to ttneourteenu that we tkMr^** U PrM' Modi^U Materially, at fi 'j-j^SKp*'* il ** 8°*toou*, and your communication j@ ligRlU receive our careful attention.

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 — 20 February 1863

WILLIAM PRESCOTT - WttL BELL Br PVBttO AtfOTtOV, At the Stores «tf MASSES. S. & H. SOLOMONS EDEN, Oar shsndat next, 2sbi- MBSmBr, At Twelve o'Clook Noon, WITHOUT lit liailYl, S.T order of the Salvors, the undermentioned nn elaimed articles, saved frodi the wreck of the (burner, City of Sjdnejr, on account of whom il may concern — 61 Bores Sperm Candlsi, eaon 2Slbs. 1 Bundle O«ne 1 Doc. Towels, 2 Vests 1 Piece Table Linen, 1 do. Oil Bake, 1 Cloth Coat 1 Black Trunk (Volunteer Uniform) 1 Medicine Chest, containing Scales and Pump, not complete 1 Trunk, content* unknown (C. Cameron) 1 Sponge, 1 Trunk, blue top and rope handles, content* unknown 1 Bedroom Stove 1 Saddle, 3 ttorse Collars 1 Telescope Table, and a sundry lot of music TEEMS CASH. 11 Tot Sale by Private Contract THE SOUSE AND GROUND AT EDEN, tATElT OCCUPIED BIT EDWARD MAttlrt, ESQ. MB. FRED. BERNE has received instructions from the owner, to offer for aale by Pri Tate Contraot, one Weatherboard Cottage, Venetian Fro...

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