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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 6 March 1863

'*'..? ' Birth. * ? :, ? At, Nimitybdle, on the let initant, (be wife or ConiUble.WilliaroOemmKllofadaUfihfer. M^JSi^) MEEOURY, - iliB OO^tt**!) »0ICB4Idl ABVSSTDEE. COOMA, FpiDAT, MARCH 6, 18G3.

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 — 6 March 1863

IMPOETATTON OF PURE NEGRETTi: S1SEF, ?t ' FBdM HAMBUBGH. MESSES. W. 'DEAtf ana COt, SyJney.have' pleasure in informing ilie flockmasters of this tnj^he neighboring colonies, that, tlipv have bom instructed by Mwwr» HAEGE-and PBELL to 'offer for sale by public competition, 'on a 'future' clay, which will be injilv announced, -a shipment, ^»f Ms^ag^n -^f*x$p *o ''^e in Tffntcb, of— '. 4© Ptirc bred Kcgrcttt Bains, A3JD . / . - SO Pure brcA Sfcjrrctti Ewes. - ' ' 1-rom the rdebmted TtocV fir M rj.l\ Hoflsctilseger j, v . * * of Wjeirin, ™ -he tlranfl 'Duchy 4-f Mecklenburg, * - n«Hr-»eUtnownin«)e8ecoloiiie»jmdwl)OBefprraei selections 4iare commanded encir^inqaaliBea' ad miration, and realised the highest prices ever .. obtained for imported sheep, as Tmieli as £280 having been olitained last year (m Melbourne) for :?% a single animal. Tile above sheep having been selected by the person who was specially tent out from Mr. Hoff 5 Fchlaeger's establishment, to ascertain what descrip tion ...

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 — 6 March 1863

THE 8»B&&« uses** AMD COOUA. AND BOMBAIA ADVERTI8ER. TIlHJS-armwiyfa publishedat Cooma every Fri X day morning, and despatched at the earliest period to the following places : — Adaniinamy, Penison, Kiandra, Nimitybelle, Bombala, Panbula, .. - SVofeld Bay, Merrimbula, Bega, Eden, Buckley's Crossing, JJunyan, Queanbeyan, Bungendore, and Goulbum, besides bong extensively circulated over the whole colony. %HBHB OF BUBBCBXPTZOIT : In advance, 6s. ; on credit, 7s. per quarter. The quarter terminates on 30th June, 30th Sep tember, 31st December, and 31st March. ?Subscribe™ desirous of resigning this journal will have to forward their resignation (together ?with all arrears) direotto the Office at least four teen clear day* before the expiration of each quarter. vkbxs ss iBTEBnanra : TTwo lines of space * ? , ... 1 0 i'i four ditto ... ... ? ? *. ... 2 0 ™ 8ii ditto ? ? ... 2 6 Sight lines, or one inch ? 3 0 ' Every additional inch Is 6d each insertion. . ^?Shgle column— 26...

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 — 6 March 1863

Sale df iieAses of ftttas. flepartntent of Lands, Sydney, 23rd February, 1863. T EW LEASES FOR FIVE TEAKS, uport J_J tho terms and conditions prescribed by the ' Crown Lands OceipAtidn Ait, of 1861,' add. ttie Regulations framed in pureilance thereof, of the several Rons of drown lands hereunder desu cribed, will be offered for sale by public auotion, at the Booms of Messrs. W.. Bean and do., dovern1 ment Auctioneers, on Wednesday^ the 1st day of 2. The lease of each run will be aolA to the JVet* ton who inay bid tW highest annual rent for the same: and the several purchasers will be required to pay at the tune of tale the Mint for lbs fint year, oompoted from the 1st AtirQ to 31it December, 1863. . 3. These riins will not be liable tA Assessment ttnderthe *' Increased Assessment akt Sent M of 1858.' 4. Arty further irifdrrfiation may bo obtained on Application at the Cro«rn'£ands'6coupation Office, »r to the Commissioners of Grown Brands of the ? Respective JsiBtrtcts. JbHK &am...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, COOMA. FRIDAY, FEB.27. (Before the Police Magistrate.) CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 6 March 1863

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, C0OMA. Fbiiiat, Fkb. S7. .. ., '{Bc&re the Police Magistrate.) ? ' ciTitE smu.iio. .;?-;, ? Joseph Parker, of Good Good, Jingera, answered to his bail charged with having taken certain horses the property   of James Scott of the Gibbers Station. James Scott, shepherd, of the Gibbers Station, was ex amined and gave evidence to the effect that on the evening of Sunday the 2nd of November, (our horses were removed     from alongside his place at the Gibbers, two of which were branded JS, but that in particular one of them was a little bay horse, branded distinctly on near shoulder and neck JS. They were all in good oondition, and had long tails and flowing mains, but the bay horse in particular. The loss was discovered about three in the morning and at day light witness and his son Tom went in search of them in different directions. Witness got home again about two     when his son had ret...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Monaro District Court. MONDAY, MARCH 2. (Before Judge Callaghan.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 6 March 1863

SEonaro District Courts * MONDAT, MiECH 2. '' (Before Judge Cauagban.) Immediately on the rising of the Criminal Oourt his 'Honor intimated his intention of proceeding with the dvii business. He would take the undefended cues tat. The ?cases were however found to be not numerous, but ail ware Refolded, and none of them in such actateastobe ready 'to proceed with. The civil oourt was then postponed till m\ the following morning at 10 a-m., His Honor intimating to theBegisrrar in future to make the emnmmnws return able at such s time that if there were no criminal the dvii business could be proceeded with without any delay. Tuesdit. . Soon after ten thiBjnomuur His Hionor took bis seat and the following cases were adjudicated upon !— xoutns v. lewis. This was an action postponed fdnoe the last Court in the insolvent estate of Archibald lPDonaH, storekeeper, of Simitybelle, to recover the sum of £24 IBj. 1 OJJ balance of 'account for poods sold and delivered. Mr. Trecstonc for plaintif...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPTURE OF A POLICE-INSPECTOR BY THE BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 March 1863

CAPTURE OF A POLICE-INSPECTOR BY THE BUSHRANGERS. Tuesday's Empire BBys :— ' Great excite, rnent wns caused in Sydney yesterday by the circulation , of come extraordinary statements «o the effect that a desperate engagement had tHktn place at ilie Weddin Mountains between «* police snd Gardiner's pang, and tliBt ihe nfficfrin charge of the police (Mr. Norton) -no several ot bis men had been taken pri Honers by the robbers, who had declared their intention of hanging them in the event of the *scort robbers now under eenteuce of death being eseeoted. We need hardly say ihat TOmonr hid greatly exaggerated (he facts. .-^\ troth of the matter, so far as the ? ? Cities have yet received information, is \w« :-r-Mr, SuMnspector Norton, who Vlif ve, « eon of the late femes Norton, fcq.. had, in the course of his duty, left the Pinnacle, a police out-station some miles rrom Forbes, having with him only a b!ack tracker. After nn absence of snme hours the biackfellow returned to the Pinnacle wi...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 March 1863

i '. * ; otBsravra. E' ' We liaTe fo rpolopie to onr mien (or boine B compoM to print fhe prwpnt jsBUe on colored S . panel'. Long kro we m«dB urmnjremcnts for » B'.. tiuitnble mppir of pgper, tnt f cm bad rosSs, ?' (am'era, flooded crooTts unaroitr of foed for (enm». B ringularlr oomiiintngtopcHipr, irenreinilie nrfeent ? dilemma. At Hie present, momenf ve h»vo an m tMnpiemippijrtjf^papprfln the rond from ?Syfliwr 9 »o Onoma a *«URh- longer yniai thim 5t wniW ft tn-p a DuWi-biiilt craft to land » similar qnanHtr ? , fn SyflnfT from 'Jjondon or Mnnehpgler. We1h»t \ hring able to publish, on and ?Tiei' nest 'issue us

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(To the Editor of the "Monaro Mercury.") [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 March 1863

(To the Editor of the 'Xannro Mercury.'') Sm— The party who interested himself trying to inveigle 4he Konaro people into the adventures of the Eiandra Caves, purported to to by Merino Shorthorns, was much rebuked bytwo old ladies discussing whether it was bya shorthorn -orshort-wiUed animal; the one maintaining the name of Shorthorn declared that as a peley bullock was frequently the best in a team, «oa short horned animal could be equally gifted with sense. Buther«pponeuteafuy convinced her that short wit was the proper name, as he was envious of the position held by the adventurers, and declare* emphatically that it is not only washed flannel that is atrcacherons material, forthe paper in this Instance proved another following, that ficrchftncc he wanted to partake of their dainties, not forgolUng a glass of the remarkable can dt tie. His supporter said perhaps he had indulged in that luxurious drink previously, hut waa oom pletely defeated when replied to, that had he merely fSp'...

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 — 13 March 1863

XBTTEH-PRBSS PRINTING EXBOtTTBD flmflTj WITH nritsra «|8P»F^_. nuimss SBAHOHES (^BHBMgE^SL. I DESPATCH at rmt ' MOHfiO MERCURY H General Printing Office, OOOMA. EVEHY description of printing executed on moderate term- and at the shortest notice. Posters, in the rations aisea, nlnin mid oolored. Pamphlets, Catalogues, and Billheads printed in the netted stvle. Circulars, Onrd«, Cheques, Promiseory-note and Beceint Books, executed with as great nentnww and deanatnti up in any other Ustnblishmcntjn Hie Colonies. Storekeepers Bags printed at a cheap rate. Orders nvwived fortheexecotion of erery variety of Copper-plate and Lithographic Printing. y TV Proprietors hiring & tint-dam alack of jriKhtns trpe on -nn4,- and Mnplovin? only thnmn^uV e^Scient ?nAiwi. are in a position to »T»mn1*eiM--»r-ta* A'» vrnr he. favored with as Ti'«ft. ajhnm, *o3 roaftffitwnaV as any other estab* EeVwitrri 0» CoVytnp*. «V8n»Ttmn mr portion of tiieDistrietpromptlT enaanunratririUeofcato. UBA AWD FEBBI...

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

W: ? TWSET0BTATIO1P M- ArBTPAT.TA. rlBnt Rnrfitli papers 'S*etfwd fcy *e last tnall are 1U11 of diwmtsioTW 'tiboirt iV-n neenwity of rtrivinp traimportf tion. jBinw {lie abolition of ttial; tydtm . in (he Australian poloniw, OieKtigiifii Oon-mr-pnt fiat hum oomptSlMlto difposo of il« criminaV in tinortier mntnfr. ';Tttw-?»w»B«l no onllrt foritem ? tlieve waa no-J-ot io (lie wliolecmpiiv, witli llip nwention of . Western A««h»li«, to wliich tlier raulA be »Mit. PnV-n discipline nt. liomf tran nfloptetl n#1Vip onlr sl'wniitiTe, Writ, It In* proved rn unmitigated Tailore. The ronvicl* lire treated rn what in rolled (he ' linmnnitarian ' srstfrn: thfiH* toffly, tlirr «r* pampered in every pcssiblp .. nwnnrr. Tn old tfm», the Kn«lisli prisons were -3en« of xiwiminnlion. Tlierella were umall, un .ventilaM, and fllrtiy. Sicfcnew and disense vtrr iinremiMinglj jit work amons the prisoner*. Tlie ?food was bid. ana everrtliinE else in the wlirle *j*Iwb was had. . The inquiries . of bcnerolent...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Monaro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 March 1863

§n$ml tfiroifjmim*. (To the Editor of the Monaro Mercury.) Sia— Bcfcrring to the number of mails weekly arriving end despatched bom Cooa&, J am mm oar woahy post master must find Us time wcU occupied for the liberal amount he receives from Government, which I believe is Forty Pounds a year. If that snm was equivalent to the general payments to postmasters it might pass, considering it a small remuneration for the responsibility and time engaged, chiefly caused by a late change in mail arrange ments, bat when it is known the P. M.' at Eden receives £100 per annum it might tie considered by the Postmaster General to make an' adequate payment for our office, and which is perhapB as important. I cannot refer, to the number of mails arriving and being despatched at Eden; bnW post office ia necessary, and where once established in a private store generally remains there until the Govern ment has erected tL$r own building. Probably the traffic to and from Eden is but trivial, Ucrri...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eden Quarter Sessions and District Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 March 1863

Eilcn Quarter Sessions ami Dis trict Court. From a notice in the Government Oaielte we perceive that the Quarter Sessions ani District Court will be held at Eden on the 23rd and 24th ofAprifensuiH?. There are already several oases set down for trial. The English Mall. ; Id order to prevent parties delaying too Tong our readers and their friends would do well*o bur in mind that letters and ? newspapers intendedfin leave by the outgoing mail for England on the 22nd of March must be posted in Cooma not later than 6. p.m. on the 14th inst. - Those posted on the 18th or 19th inst- might possibly, by a combi nation of good fortune,, reach Sydney iu time, but from 4he experience of tl-e past month their actually doing so can not be relied upon. Thus, however yjell the P. and O. Company may run the mails, the miserable -inefficiencies of our inland postal servicereffectaally shut us out from replying to communications from the ' old country' for. a month. MigcellHHeoiig Items. Iba number of...

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

Hlandrn. [FEOlt OUR COMm»rOITDHKT.] . ; t Tie last weeks esoort which loft oa Friday last amoantedj to 3S0 oca/ On Saturday week Cummtags and Co., ob tained a handsome nugget of 82 on. of nearly pure gold, ' aoi^ome Chinese in *he river olso stumbled upon a aped-' MBeT-etoss. Thewoatharb still vary unsettled, and tie ruasan in general tolerably weU supplied with jratct, though some of the high* ma an not mm yet delii^rinjf : v woftirig h«d. ' ' ) Itaooim itmm f»ls3 alarm -abijiit KiHi' Ecohau^e, Hotel being about to clou' ; instead of clp^im; it has only chanted bonds, Mr. Oreasey being now thu pronri'-'tor and landlord. The new - bouifacs en^iigcl ' an the como-at-able crinoline on Siturday night tat, anl held a rotfular ' KiaTi'lra dandn.? matea. On Sunday week last divers of her Majesty's quiet sub jects were bailed up in tho rtrects.'and rl tt armin furth nith dispossessed of sundry horses and «ad-Ues in tho fcir insjilring name of the Queen herself. It seems (hat certain very l...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Court of Petty Session, Cooma. TUESDAY, MARCH 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) PETTY LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 March 1863

Court of Petty Session, Cooinn. TPE6DAT, JlABOH 10 . (Before the Police Magistrate.) ' '' PEirr usenrr. Palmer Sullon was brought up in custody charged with having stolen a blue shirt the properly of John Doueroll, Collinton. The circumstances are those ; — In February hut Dougal! and wife came to Cooma, leaving their public-house end store in charge of a little girl aged aiz years, and Sutton in charge of the whole; whilst they Were away Sutton, finding he was in want of a new clean shirt, went into the atone and nut one on, telling . the little girl in order that elie might, ta seems to have been customary, tell Mr. Dougill when he came home. Sulton regularly wore the shirt from that date, but Dougill seems not to bare charged it, though on his return he appears to luwe said ' you ares blue soldier,' .and Suttoa to have replied 'yes, this is one of your blue shirts.' Dougall and Sutton had .no 'settling up' consequently « the blueahirt remained unpaid for.. Both the ?Super- intend...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THURSDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 March 1863

Thuksojv: (Before the rolioo Magistrate.) Thomas Gorman, uuler remand, vaa brought 'np charged with rolibuig the Cooliugdou store. Uagarct Veal gave crMcnce tending to ponflrm (ho testi mony ofthe cookand Jlr. Sraith given on Tuesday, ',..'' ' Mr. Smith stated that he bad examined tho books at the Coolinplonutore and founit that since January 25th, .16G2 only four pttir of boots had boen sold to prisoner, two^ $air whidh were small ones. Alexander Hart, carpenter, was called by Gorman . with the object of showing that he had not a pair of pincers, but vasunabletodoso. He was further examined at great length, but noth'ing very material to the case was adduced. Prisoner reserved his defence and was committed to the Quarter Sessions at Cooma.

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

Nlmltyltelle. fPEOlt OtTR COUEESPONDENr.) A cricket match was played here yesterday for a dinner between tho teams styled the Oaribaldians and Stonewall Jaeksom. The GaribaMiau men being Alexander Eaukin, uplain, Samuel Ranlrin, Joseph Bilk, John St'DonaU, Georpe'Ward, C. Oerathy, Joseph Darah, Bsbert Mudie, Timolhy Closey, Oliver Tindoll, and George Lewis. The Stonewall Tacicsons'being, ilex. M'Donald captain, John U-Soaald, Wm. Silk, Angus H'Donald, Tfm. Burks, E. Sastmure.-Sandy 11'Donsld, John JTarris, A. H'Donald, and Richard Phillips. Any amount would be -bet on the Oaribdldians winning, tte opposed end: players having boen plckcdtipon flist nSe, but tte event showed quite different, the Stonewall Jackson's winning in grand style with five wickets to go down, making a -very high score; ?*'ae beet GarSbdldian players-having fceen knocked out veiy unceremoniously. 1 rcfiuin from going into outlines of the game as'.thc GaribaldisiiiE nrc not very sure of bring se easily beat itgu...

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

BombnlR. fTEOK X COnttESPONDKHT.) PUBLIC MEETnrCr. A pnblio meeting took place in the Cpnrt-liouBe, Bombala, in coBBcquence of a requisition having been (tratrn up to Henry Solomon, Esq., J.P., to consider an action pintlin^ against Messrs. Bad deley and SfKetelrie, J.P.'s, and to take rteps to assist and condole with them. It tvas well attended % most of the intelligent portion of the com munity. There was little speaking but tiioee wlio did speak were to tho point, amongst them wore Dr. OKoppin, Mr. SUttbrd, Mr. Leonard, Mr. Harvey, Mr. Wills, Senr, and -of coarse theChain man, Mr. H. Solomon, who seems even ready and willing to assist an; rone out'of difficulties if coli f Utant with his position. After the meeting was d«ly opened the ClidtroioB read the requisition and the following resolutions -were proposed and 'carried s — Proposed by Lewis Harvey, seconded by Wm. M'Kay, and carried unanimously 'That having heard with regret an action lias been brought against Messrs. C. H. B...

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 — 13 March 1863

. *U , Tmpert.airt NoJjficatios*. ''ffTVTP. VAWTOTT* j»-?FNTH of the Mtratrtr '1 I will f-Wijp hv OirniOiine nttitcimmts of '? »»-nnn'«, with r»Mii*f-mf'*. of oil hilVi render(-d on 'a rW of nmcFMBHR. ifll?. on nr h»fW the 23rd 'M J^STATTT, in nrifcr flint the hilli f--r (lie ™rr»nt j$!fiLjart«r iiny be furjiishe ? as speedily and accurately ?HgSponihli;.' EH? pit ^ a. dtxox. WsS Mercury, Co'oma, March. 10, 1«B3. ||jl lVoH.ce. My HH f^lROni'lNTTjV receive Orrtan fir Post F^ VV fnrilin Tn«»rfton or AH--pr(:!i«-ni-iit-i from [4 pnrt'flq wlm rre unknown tn up. 'Wn wish it t« be * imn'ers'onH that im1»«« «iioli order* nr» ae.-vrninsnWI In firpmitirinn». or 8iirtionhVjit«1 hv the signature «if onp of. on'1 A»ents, we cannot undertake to I . r.ltcml to tVm;

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Court of Requests, Cooma. MONDAY, MARCH 9. (Before R. Damson, Esq., and Dr. Hayley, J.P.'s) DOUGALL v. PARKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 March 1863

Court of Rc«iticsts, Cooma. 'KOKDAT, SlAtlCH 9. (Before It. Da worm, Esq., and Dr. HayleT, J.P.'s.) Th's was an action in recover the sum of £3 129. for grog, tobacco, boots, &;., supplied to defendant. Defendant put in en objection to £1 18s worth of the items.- The case was partially lieard at tlie last sifting of the Court, a-d wax postponed in order that Mr. Dougall might, prove by his store keeper the items. The etoreleepcr was tlie nnfor tnnate man killed the other day by a collision with a tree, but previous to his death Mr. Dougall stated on oath thafiieiiail ncvhiiim, and that he (Ifusirrove) showed him thai the bill rendered to Parker was perfectly correct, and in accordance with the items furnished to defendant and entered against. hini_ in the bay-book at tlie time. -The day-book was put in as proof of tlie claim. . Parker mode a lengthy disconnected statement, with (he object ofjipwjng Hut be had not received gome of the tiling with which he was charged, but cou...

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