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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. NEW TIME TABLE. Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

IWAIE. AUItAlVOEMElVTS. * NEW TIME TABLE. Sydney. Arrive* in Cooma on Wednetiag, Triday, and Sunday, -at 8 p.m. Leaves Cooma Thvrtday, Saturday, and Sunday, at 3.30 a.m. Cooma and Kianira. Arruet in Cooma on Tiurtday and. Monday at 6 i- . p.m. Leaves Cooma Tkurtday and Monday i at 6 a.m. \ * Cooma, Woolway, Jejezejick, and Suciley'* Crossing. Arrive* in Cooma on Wednesday at 6 p.m. Leavet ',. ? Cooma at 6 a.m. on Monday. [ Junction of ^Bty Badger and Xumerella Bitten. j Atwct in Cooma on Wednesday at 6 p.m. Leave* j&jtCooma, Monday at 6 a.m. ~2gBp Cooma and Sombala. SS$fyaj!- Cooma on Wednesday and Saturday at WSM' 6 p.m. Leavet Cooma Thvrtday and Monday B| ''. e a.m. ^BgU* In all earn* the nails are made up SO ^^^KP before the time of departure. Tie in ^HHpr and out-going mail* from Sombala on ^^Bjnetdat/ and Monday convey the coatt mail*.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sub-Commissioner Cooper. To the Honorable Charles Cowper, Chief Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

Sab-Commissioner Cooper. Zb tke Honorable C&arlsi Camper, XX jL Chief Seer*™. CJIE-Ve, the undersigned, weidsats of Kiandra KJ and its neighborhood, being deeply impressed with the sense of the many evils arising boat the incomplete and inconclusive nature of the enquiry beld into the conduct of Mr. Sub-Commissioner Cooper, in January, 1882, and fully ?wan of the dangerous consequences resulting from its indecisive termination ; of the bitter party feeling whioh it has engendered; of the general irritation and ill will which it has promoted and perpetuated; and of the great and increasing dissatisfaction which has been occasioned thereby j would respectfully urge upon your attention the necessity (Staking immediate sups mr ino initiation 01 a rigorous public tavestion of the charges which hare been preferred against Mr. Cooper, in order that the miner* and the public may be thoroughly satisfied of their falsity or of their truth j that Mr. Cooper may be afforded every facili...

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 — 20 February 1863

ICE. * ' LT remove Orders by Port on of Adwtisemnnt* from -rn to m. . 'We wish it to be .« cnrfi orifarvare accompan:ed utiisnrteMed by the signature ^entt, we cannot* undertake to .NbTICE. jE of our SUBSCRIBERS who So not /?efrulnrlv iwive the Mercury by post, will aby making known its non-arrival at once, in .t that steps may be token to ascertain where s fault exist*. The quarterly Recounts for the' quarter ending December 80, 1862, are now in the hands of ear various Agents and prompt settlements are fa all eases requested. | ' CHAS. DIXO1T. \' _ Mercury, Jan. 15, 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

ASD COOkl AftDBOtaBAlA ADVtRTISEB. ? ^tjglg^S» ? ?'?' fTlHE Mercwry is published at Oooma; 'fe&ry Fri JL day morning, ejid. despatched at me'earliest period to the following places1:— Adflfcilhamy, Denison, Kiandra, NinfitybeUe, B6mbittV,Pr»nbuui, Twofold Bay, Merrimtjula,rBegB, Eden,' BueTdej's Crossing, Banyan, Qteanbeyan, Bungendore, and Goulbum, besides being extensively circulated over the whole colony. tsumb or eumcBssnav i ._lmdvnnoe, 6s, i on credit, 7s. per quarter. The quarter terminate on SOUt Juafy 80th Sep tember, 8Jst December, and 81st March. Subscribers '.desirous of resigning this journal will have to forward their resignation (together with all arrears) flirtsct to the Office at least four teen clear days before' the expiration of each r ^uartar. TEBHS OF iDTEBJlBTSa ! Two lines of ifiace ' ? 1 0 , Four ditto ?'.'.., ' ? 2 0 ? SiX'ditto ' ' ' r.. ..? ?*. ? ... ??? 2 6 . Eight lines, or one inch - ? - ... ... S 0 Every additional inch Is 6d each insertion. ....

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

Eden, Twofold Bay.. [fBOH OTJB 00HBKSPOKDE1TT.] The compiler of tho Time Table of the Sydney t General Post Office, issued from that department for the month or' February, must have been al|coii-riderable-trouWoand pain', to oay Nothing of the mental labor bestowed on that pro-, duclion, to see how -much inconvenience he conld .entail on the public in the time of arrival ana departure of the-maui to and from Eden. 1st. The ttonaro mails by the present arrangement leave-here for Panbula, Bombala, Nimttybelle,' Cooma, &o., one hoar before the moil ftotu those places .arrive.. Thus one week elapses be/ore any answer call 'i be. returned, no matter of what importance it may be ; % think this inconvenienco could be -cnsily managed as'follbwg-rtho'' mails to leave Eden as previously at 3 p.m. on- Tuesday's, arrive at Oooma on Thursday's, leave Cooma«n Saturday's,' and arrive at Eden on Monday's, This arrangement I think would be advantageous, and giro ample time at both ends for p...

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

A Disastrous Jroiifuey. ? :WeareindebtedtoMr.W.Millar,c?Parr£m'a;tta, for the following particular* of the dreadful mlffer fngs of Messrs. Hill and party whicTi, he Bays bus just been sent to him in a letter; data? Jdriusry 4th, from a near relative,' residing within twenty-five imtei tit ike new t6wnship of Brewarrina in the Culgoa district : — ' Duncan Mintjre arrived atthe Cnlgoa on the Slet December, and gave the following account of the disastrous jtfumey arid fearful Buffer ings of Messrs. Sill and their party from the Culgoa to Temguna, near the Warrego. It appears that Messrs. HiU, with a party of eight men and two blacks, started from the Culgoa on the ldth. Dec. with 700 head of cattle, having along with them a bullock dray loaded with ninety gallons of ?water, rations, 4c. On the. second day after leaving, the bullocks got completely knocked up, and the dray had to be left about thirty miles froni Outgoa, in charge . of an old man. The rest of the party proceeded with the...

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

ADVENTURES IN SEARCH OF THE CAVES OF K1ANDRA. BY -. MERINO BHOETHOEN, ESQ. On a threatening evening of « summers day in the year of our Lord 18—, three horsemen might have been seen slowly wending their «ay over a blasted heath, ion the elevated tattle land which crowns the lofty summit* «f the wild and rugged alps of the Australian continent. A little to the travellers lelt there arose the craggy crests of the towering range which Hanks tbe precipi tuous gorge, in the profoundest depths of which, there rolled and roared, leaping from met to Toctc, the angry waters of the trans lucent Turnut. To their right lay the eucalyptic crowned range which seperated the lonely heath, from tile lowly valley of the majestic Murrumbiilgee. Whilst immediately in front an occasional climpse might be caught of the limpid waters of the meandering Eucumbene, as the silver stream -gurgled over its pebbly bed, embosomed in waving masses of luxuriant rushes, tnwarls i'sfjr off goal on the tu my shore; of...

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

LONDON WOOL REPORT. The last vales closed on the 12th December. Total number of bale'sratalogued, 54,615. As tlie sales progressed the te ?dency to depression became manifest, Tbe advance established at the opening was lost, and prices may be quo ted en the average as equal to last sales1 rates, except for faulty Sydney, which sold rather higher. The fiumber of tales of wool exported from the Australian colonies and the Cape, durintr 1662, amounted to 323,557.

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

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. (FnmOieF.M.HcraU,), ?. e GENERAL SUMMARY. ; ; The nxniage ofthc Prince of Wales, In March, !* to be celebrated with gteat magnifi^ cence by order of tlie Queen. Prince Alfred is about to !e«ve for Australia in tbe«cre«r corvette Raccoon. ,v One liunHred end thirty thousand pounds was collected in one hour at a public meeting ip Ilannliester, and thirty thousand pounds at a ci'inty meeting in Cheshire, Subscriptions continue to flow in from -all quarters, end New Yo-k contributes Two Hundred Thousand Dollars, besides a shipload of provisions, A Royal Commission has been openefl to enquire into the operation of tlie laws relating to transportation and penal servitude; and «f tlie manner in which sentences under such l*w« are carried out. It is urgeil that the treat'r m'ent of convicts i» top indulgent., ', jiiii,4)-s reference to the numerous cises of garotjng-bjf: lickei-of.leove men. Transportation to sudh colonies as may wish for such labour is betns ur...

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

M Sister Irirtita. jKf**i nii'it me s'n? in Iwiinr (train, JF-* my child, 'twere ertlv vain . _ ^^FUr oh ! I cannot change my tone, *^ ^'aWtv 'w-t mu«r'hrMllie what ii'iti' owr, 9 S-.tcehbawof sKrrnsr have Wit brought ?.. This seaseless r$gil of aid thou/tht; That inafce: sue* torts by me unsought. It iriibt $ifi* that «lway fling ' The tnOjw plume from winters wingj It hi not jemv thnt alwuv pinned, The furrow deep tinnn (lie brow| And 4hus' though in lift* fairest hloom, I pine ?nncTEigli but for (he tonlb. . Tib air is laden with perfume, . From the nrancci bloHsom'n scattered bloom \ , Whose dying breath, rVli---ou« sweet, 4 In bslm.T ki»s»« esrlh doth greet ; . , There's rcarce n bree»e upon the hill. The' wine's are slumbering, husVd and afflT; g -f The eolden corn with bristling ear, i Uplifts on high its glistening «p«r; i Like scried troops seen from afar J Of warriors tinned for deadly war. ' Upon the iridcsprenAboneh and spTBj, t The drooping leares hang listlessly; The b...

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

GREECE. It is stated that Friuce Louis of Hetii has been offered the Throne of Greece, but has re. fused it. The Greeks declare tiieyirill re-elect Prince AUred of England, and should he not accept the Throne to form a RepublicanGovernroent.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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AMERICA. GREAT BATTLE AND DEFEAT OF THE FEDERALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

AMERICA, GREAT BATTLE AND DEFEAT OF THE TED ERALS. ' . . - The Federal Army, commanded by General BurnsMe. after a htief show of resistance at Fredericksburg from the Confederates, under General Lee, crossed the Rapaliannock, j'ift below Fiedericksburg, in three divisioas, on the 13ih December, nnil attacked tl-e-ijt'tf' federate posiiiou. The Confederates Were strongly entrenched behind almost impregnable fortifications, situated on a low range of hills. After a fierce and sanguinary battle, lasting from sunrise to sunset, the Federals were repulsed on every position with a loss of 20,000 men, including two generals killed and £vt severely wounded. The loss of the Confederates is reported to be light in comparison. On the I5lh December, under coverof night and a deuse foe, the federal army retired and re-crossed the Kapuhannock to Fredericksburg. The Confederates sent a notification to the Federals to remove their wounded as they In tended shelling the to*n The New Ycik Herald give...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Trade Report. COOMA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

%V&1 \%%%%tl- OOOltA EETAIL PRICES O0BBBNT. - Wneat,htotsM per bushel. Flour, «d perlb, «« per toa, or attketateoT BSBbySebag. . Oats, iSs par bushel. Uai«,lta ' ToUard Is. Od per bushel Bran, Is Qd ditto of 80 lbs. Hay, per ton £1! to £15. . -Chat»s,«dMrlb. Sutler, firedi* 2b ? Bacon, ftlomal^Vd ditto. . ' ^fnT-rtitt. Ropet Is 64. ; ilsoolts, Fancy, 3s ditto. . Kefirs, Pints, best brants, U. H. 'Jer botOe Fkulla, ditto, Ss ditto* Jams, ditto Js ditto. Salad OiL 1 pints, is, pints, Is Bd ditto Lobsters^ &, Sahnon, ditto, Is 0d Batains and Currants, IM per to. . starch, Oolmsn's.lOd do. ln«b. packets ?ea?tertbls^!s«adltto. OoBee, Is 9d ditto. OandieiJ Bdnumta, 5% oilier braads Is. Cd Bice, Patns,M per Ib. Salt, Sd, fine«ditto. Tobacco. 8« to 10«. ^OU.6d|M9'lb. Sogsr, uSt 7dt» »1 par lbn toil; lid Maaritos,«dtordTUw. Ooffin1sUrgeAxes,lJ«d«te. ? . . .Brandy,-Martell's,*Qs per gallon, Uqua«mttas,or , -SSlTiM; good, *8s ditto. ? ' . aWy.BOod; 17. ditto., - ATeanaTorter. S...

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 — 20 February 1863

The Best Remedy for Indigestion. CAMOMILE PILLS ? BE OONFIDEKTtiT EEDOMMENBED u a dmple L bat oertain remedy. They act as a powerful tonic and general aperient; an mild in their operation; safe under any draunstancest and thonsamii of psrsons can now tear testinuny to the benefits to lie derived from their Sold in bottfcs «t Is ljd, U «d, and lls^ich. 'fcy! Cherairfa, Sni(gisU,«BA atorekeepen in all parts of tie world* . . ?«? Orders to be made payable by London Houses. 39^9 The Mother** Friend OB IKFANTS' BOOTHIHO FOWDEES. qiHBSE P0WDEB8 an iavalnable fcr Uu laaoral of itJost diseases incidental to children, such as Convnl aiona, Thrash, Veaslst, Scarlet Fever, Smsl Tox, and fo allaying the irritable feverish Mate of, the system during thejunod of Teething. Sold in packets. Is each, by NICHOLAS WEEKES, 41, rannmattawbeat, Sydney and by J.ahbT.QABREIT. Cooma. « W Caution. LETCnFOBD'S WAX VESTAS. n LBT0HF0BD ft 00. cuanntee Uudt Matches will l/» .light in any caimata, EVES' IF BIFPKD...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the "Monaro Mercurry.") [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

®n|M €ttrtt§abtm. ..c (To the Editor of the 'Monaro Mercury,') Sta— As a commercial man I draw your attention to the incorrect statement of your prices current. Bcfixring to . (be articles I consider the word retail should be omitted, as many of flu items stated have but ™mi..»i retail demand Tour report is likely to induos sellers of grain and whealjto hold their stocks for higher rates than given in Cooma. B has also incarred many with the expense of bringing their prodnce direct to market, expecting ta obtain the same mm prices as quoted. It is permiting a speculator to over stock SB ourdistrict, proving an injury to ell farmers end settlers, -, .JS causing etightntssia cash, instead of oSering tte UonatD \ 91 agricaltariats a ready sale for tkeir year returns, and circn- . ISt lating theeaskiaeur district, which would allow them to '«:! puKiasettuirngular supplies aooordingto their re(alie- . . SI assjits.. ? - .. ? ? - ..? ? ft Wheatisquoted«s«dtoW«6d;aichighe5tpriceoflered, jK...

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

MKEEIMBULA SHIPPING. ? ' ABBITAL. * . Feb. Oth, Mimosa,' Capt. Turner, from Sv3aer- .HsV . ,( tengers. Cabin 7, Steerage 11. ' j imports. ''? ?'? m Ipkg; tobacco, Eastmure;.! trunk, S boxes, 1 case, I j bale drapery, Windeyer ; 1 cue drapery, Deversi; 1 case I saddles, 1 pkg. tobaoco, 1 bdl. lines, Heritage ; I oak 1 crockery, 1 do. apples, 1 do. lime juice, 1 do. vinegar,' 1 do. I currants, 1 do. bluestone, 1 do. ironmongery, 1 do. horse shoes, S cases -ron, 1 do. ketchup, Z do. mustard^ B do.' drapery, 1 do. oil, 1 do. ironmongery, ltto. confectiooary, 1 do. matches, 1 do. curie, I do. glass, 1 do. embrocation, 2 do, sundries, 3 bags salt, U do. sugar, 1 do. rice, IS dp. flour, I do. oatmeal, 2 do. dates, 1 do. cotton, 3 J chests tea, 1 box candles, 3 do. soap, 2 do. raisins, 2 kegs nails, 1 bdl. guttering, 1 do. capping, 1 do. bags, 1 So. paper, l.do^ brooms, 1 do. hops, 1 do: spades, lpkg.oarh. soda, Stewart j a bdb. iron, 1 drum turps, lease, Ipkg., looop pouter, 1 cagebirds, 1...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Court of Petty Sessions, Cooma. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16. (Before R. Damson, J. W. C. Merryweather Esqs., J.P.'s.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 February 1863

Court of Petty Sessions, Cooma. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16.   (Before R. Dawson, J. W. C. Merryweather Esqs., J.P's)           ASSAULT.           W. Tasker appeared on summons to answer the complaint of Mrs. Barnes, wife of Mr. Barnes, of Buckley's Crossing, by whom he was charged with assault. The circumstances are simply these :—   On the 9th inst. Tasker the worse for liquor was at Barne's house at Buckley's Crossing, when a match between him and another party was made for the sum of £1 a-side. The money was lodged with Miss Dawson, assistant at Mr. Barne's public house. The race was run and Tasker was as he alleges victorious, but in consequence of objections Miss Dawson would only refund him the £1 he had deposited. Squabbling ensued, and Tasker seems to have used indecent language towards Mrs. Barnes when she struck him, and Taske...

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 — 20 February 1863

.-.jrp Java off inns ':'''? j TEA-TBEE *C0CIt$K, OS TUESDAY asd WEDNESDAY, 17irf ;* asd 18m Maboh, J8P8. ' ? . * Judge, Me.- -A. SfoNTiorr, Stewards, 'Mb. lUcsioEHAajfETT, Me. Jobs HiBian^, Wii; Robs, ? Cms. Wbkh$t, ?Waxthi DcnxeijS, Jm. Th«mso*. -_ , Treasurer. * ?' Eb. teis. Sow?to». QIb. H. J. G. Cpbry. Clerk ofAiie Course, Me. Wu. Blthw. FIRST DAT— TUESDAY, 17m MARCH. TIBST BACB. THE MAIDEN PLATE. of SO Sovereigns, with a sweepstakes of $ Sore, each, for all horses that never won an advertised prize of £15. .Weight for ago. One mileanda Tialf. The second horse to receire the cweep. BTCOKD EAOE. . THE COOMA TOWN PLATE of BO Sow., tot all borees. Weight for age. ffhrae time* round the course. shied HMM. - w ' : THE LADIES' PURSE of 20 Sovereigns, for all horses. Weight for age. Tiro mile* g one event. fOFBTS Bid. THE FREE SELECTOB'S PUBSE of 45 Son., ? for all Itncks known in the district and op . .- proved of by the Stewards. One mileand a-half; post entrance; weight for age; the...

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 — 27 February 1863

LBTTES-PRBSS PRINTING ISEROtTT&T) ' SSvB^K WITH W«tITS , .JPHB^ MttTKESS TAEIOFS ' 'flHSSSJI^to^^ 1KD «BAKOITEB ^tf|^SflES^|^ DEBrATOH AT THU 'MOIAEO MERCURY' General Printing Ofllce, COOHA. EVERT ?Sescripfion pT printing executed on moderate terms, and at the shortest notion. PoBters. in the various sines, nliiin ana colored. TtmpiUet^/Calnlnjiies, and Billheads printed in thene»tef-tstvle. ? CSrcnUw. Caifls, Cheques, Trmmssory-note and - ? Beceipt Books, executed with bb great -heatnMW ? and 3esD»tnli no in any other . 'Establishment in Hie Colonies. Pterekeepen Brigs printea at a cheap rate. Orders received for the execution of every variety ?of Copper-plate ana XiUiographic Printing. . The ?Proprietor* 'having a Bret-class stock of jobbing type on hand, and employing only ] thoroughly efficient workmen, are in a position to execute any orders thov mny 'he 'favored with ns '-neat, cheap, and expeditiouslv as any ofherestob Tishment in the Colonies. . Ordersfromanv portion...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 27 February 1863

MISCELL\;NEOtJS ITEM3i Fmm America tbe news is of much interest. Tbe Federal newspipert Hitcutg, in a tone of violent lios'ility towards England; Eirl Rus sell's refusal to j»iu France in anoffjr of mediaiiou, while fierce denunciations against England are poured forth from the pulpit as well as at public meetings. At a large Demo cratic : meeting at New York, resolutions in lavnnr oi an uuninching prosecution of the war in onler to re-estalilish the Union were adopted, snd hopes were expressed that (he North and South uauld again be uniled in order to attack England. Now of ell the pieces of insolence to which Taukeedom bat ever given utterance. ihi- is the graaleti. The who'^ talk ef ihe Yankees, since the commencement of tbe w»r, hat been fetrlest Englind should imerfere in any way to arrett the most iutamtn and iinholy strife, and now that she refuses to interfere she is ? reviled for doing- so. Verily tbe.'«heek ' of the Yankees is marvellous!, Truh/ did Putcb some tltaB ago co...

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