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The Shipwrecked. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 March 1863

/ The Shipwrecked. / Sariied on the reef, the buoyant brave, \ ' ? That with the sun of yesterday, Art proudly stemra'd tic ocean ware, ShatterM and broken lays ' Tossed on the billow's by .the blast, 'Mid the fierce boiling foaming aurge, Fragments of Wreck awopt headlong past, Mocked by the wild winds moaning dirge. On the reef-bmmil ahore of Sengnin'a iale. But four of all our gallant crew Seamed to fee tie-in the entile, Of that tnorring'a eea on tlioae water's blue. Bruised and blood? is £rief end despair. Two youthful brother's and I Alas were the only Jiving three On that barren beach of misery. As in the darksome dungeon cell, The captirc turns Iris wistful gaze, Where ere't at iioon the sunbeams fell, On™ more to greet its cheering rays, 60 when the Heaven's and oceans meet, DeBnsd by faintest streak of Jigkt, Our watchful eyes were wont to greet, From early dawn till dose of .night. But all in rain, bo passing (ait Gave weleomo to our wearied sight ; The sea bird fleeing w...

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 March 1863

£2 Reward. T EFT RUNNING at DENISON, in M*y, -Li I860, a large Bay Hone, over 16 liands With, well bmJ, aged, branded RB near shoulder. Also, a Dark Brown Mare, seven years old, branded 7 near shoulder. Whoever will return the above K to Mr. SHANNON, Victoria Inn, Coonu, will receive a reward of £1 each. MICHAEL LEVY. March S, 18G3. 49-5). One Hundred Pounds Reward. WHEREAS s BULLOCK running on the Station of the uniWuiqmetl, was, on or nhont the 10th Vehrnnrr SHOT, no doubt for the rmrpose of STKAt/TirOlheCABCASE. The undersigned hereby offers the above reward of One Hundred Pound*, to any perron Riving such informnHpn thnttnnvl™d to the Boprelienfiion and conviction oftlie offender or offenders. Signed B. M. JOSEPHS, Mauaratta. February 20, 18G3. 48-50 Notice. WHEREAS some person lias branded one Yearling, Calf belonginpto m», running on my Bnngarby run, an illegible brand like 11 on 8 (Inch. I hereby notify that I hare re-hnmded it with my brand* .IPS rib*, and 3 thigh, and cauti...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 13 March 1863

Cokvetucce or rm MilL Bvbiho a Fijood.— The Queensland Jtoia (Ipswich paper), oftheJOth, says:— The Drayton w-'m«w ^aa ibur daya on the road coming down, owing to the flood, and during most of (hat time was let totheakmandshortoffiwd. He left Drayton on Saturday morning, bat was stopped by Tomer's Creek at Helidon^ which was impassable, aaiwhen be remained until four p.m.onUonday.. HethengotaomeblackfeUowstocutdown a tree to serve the pupose of a bridge, and to help him over with the mail, and obtaining fresh horses, he went on to Sandy Creek (Qrantham). Watson found theneek to be 'bank and bank,' and waited fill nearly noon next day (Tuesday) when he got the mail over by onadag on a log and swimming the horses. He pnshed on as Sa as the Bosewoodthat sight, and the next morning forced his way by the oldroad to Ipswich. Watsonstatesthathewouldnot undergo the same privations and risk of his life which he encountered during then four days for «ny amount of money. Ah extraordinary 'scen...

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 March 1863

? ? TEE AmS- 'COoki. ASU BOHBAIA ADVERTISER. fJTBE2fercvif$a published At Cqotta every Fri JL day morning; ~aud despatched at the earliest period to the following places :-— Adaniinamy, S)eni6on, Kiiandra, NimitybeDe, Bomb'ala, Panbula; ?;?'? Twofold Bay, Merrimhula, Bega, Eden, Buckley's ?Crossing, Bunyan, Queanbeyan, Bungendore, and fltrulbum, besides being extensively circulated over -he whole colony. TBBHB OP * 6UB80BIPTION ! In advance, 6b. ; on credit, 7s. per quarter. The quarto: terminates on 30lh June, 80th Sep tember, 31st December, .and gist March. Subscribers desirous of resigning this journal ?will have to forward their resignation (together with all arrears) direct to the Office at least four teen dear dsyB before the' expiration of each -quarter. ISBlfa 09 ADVEBTTSIKG : Two lines of apace ... .S. ... ? 1 O iFour ditto ? ... '. ? .„. 2'0 -Sfat ditto *.. ... ... ? ??? 2 6 'Eight linen, or one inch ? ..: ? , -8 0; livery *dligdnai inch Is 6d each insertion..- - _, Single...

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 — 13 March 1863

:? Wcolrfv Calendar. ?I; . Month. Day J™ H^ J« ?*; Mn,. ,gP I N»nh 1* SntnrflaT 6 2 (5 17 24 JB Snnrtnr' 6 3 6 15 SB J« Vonilii? fi 4 iBH 2B 17Tn«irlBv ft 4 6 IS 27 ; JRWortnunS 6 B fill 2S ?f iPiTlinrwinr 6 6 6 10 S9 r- 20|rriday' .66 69 W f,, If-» Moon at 72.-11 a.m. on the 20th inntanf. [ MONAHO MERCURY, g?**—* AM) COOMA Aim BOWBIT.A ADrERTieEB. ' |. COOWA, FRTDAT, MARCH 13, ISM. 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 March 1863

Novelty. Novelty. AgHTON, vrfthhU EQUESTRIAN TROIJPB vrill perform in Oooma during theEaoes. *. The celebrated BRASS BAND wUl be in attendance. ? . ..- Oome end see {lie wonderful Thick Hoese, BLACK EA«LB. iQlhtr novelties too numerous to mention. 59 Sale by, Auction OP ENTIRE HOUSE, Wit. ROSS has received instructions, from M. HERBERT, Esq., to sell bv auction on the EACE COURSE, On WEDNESDAY, 1S«£ INSTANT,' The Blood Stallion, ' Momas,' imported irom Xasmania by Mr. Douglass— 6 yean old, colour grey, 1-6 hands Irigli, first-rate saddle and harness horse, perfectly quiet, and. gets, splendid stect. No reserve. Abo, . A Beeonft hand Tilbury, with all the late improve ments, made to order in Melbourne, 'with Harness complete. . . 60 Sftle by A-action, ? ' TV/TE. CHARLES WALTERS las received in JXjL strurtions to Bell by auction, . - Oh THDRSDAY, 19m INSTANT, '- At the Boyal Hotel Yards, Cooma, A BSixed herd of Cattle, aboot 400, tlie property of the eotsteol the late TIMOTHY FOLET, a...

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

- OTctronnlitoiiAu ^thom otje cobbebpokbest.J Svdnev, Snlurfay Mr. tkivu'thai-A Utt Monday for BEstene. A tele irram inf«mn- u« to-Jay «hatfljt-Bovonierl«ciHTio(!Paw»iti;-l Mm on hfa arrinl, and that hto ExcelWncy into nfla *r- honor tjippny Charles with a '(rrana banquet.' Imndtr irkei ber 0» pooplc of Brisbane will follow the orample srt bv 11 certain portion ofBurcnmmmlityvilroninketliraiFelrff famom ' hy print ianr their tMim on it eilk-pockct hanflkw cbief. nn» iirewjiteil it to the Fremior to ?wipe his now ™. A.nTthSnrriiUhtriiajwof'liCTiilt' is intensely appreciate! by the fashionable moh of Qiiern;bn4. There tnsteranrreiittalli in OiecilyaboulSub-rnsptietor JTorten. At firet it «na s«H that the ' Darky' had mit/le n elean capture of his formiSliWe Sao, and inUnaoa to hoH hlmflaabosUireforUisliToaofhis late companion*, Boir fttid Mnnno. We were To-a«nire-t. however, on hewinp tbatMr-Nnrtonhailmiidehia escape. The Seoretary fcr L»n^i.irtat»iit«8 hi« opinion that the unfortunat...

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

MAirj-.tRirtVftaSffiSSXTS. f-t,Tn?,,. Jl Jvrirrs in Cnnmn 011 Tf-WiiMifcxv, THfnu. and HgL_ y-i*H'», tfH t-.t». L'tvn Cnnma on Mundau, g* ' 7*«-r»(7-yr, *n3 RnUtritati, at 8.30 a.m. '! ? .. ;. fhfima and. Kiinira. . ' ?:^lrj^'(!» is /bairn m- THraTwwfVur «tti# FiitH'^i nf 8 j-.w. 7-*p« Cooma Monday and Thursday ? ' ' ntS^.tn.. Q»i»a, Woolamg, .Trfenrfet; and JB«riM«y'# ?' Crmtshq. ? Jrrtrnin Cdow on We*ve*Haii at 6 p.m. Zemtet /Tinii/f «i/ -i n.m. on Wonrlati. - ,T«*i*ion nf Wq Vainer tin* TVnmereVa Tiinert. Arriret in Cnomi on Wrttmtiag at 6 p.m. Leaia Cooma, MonJnt/ tit 6 a.m. ' Cooma and Homoata. Anrtvft in Cooma on Thvrstimi and Snndan at , fi p.m. Leaves Cooma Thursday and Monday '.-,-? a.m. \* In all cruet the mails an made up R p.m. tit '. eeminq previous to devartttr*. The in rnminn and oul-aoiruj math front liomboJn on Kj; Thwsiaji and Nonday comet/ the coast mail*.

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 March 1863

? v -''-'? ? ?'.?;'' . .- . - ? . . - .' i 4s-.;.,-, ? ? '«'. v. ., .;'??' . . .'-? '. '.: ' AT THB « '? '' ' v ' '?? ' J '-' Price ^'8d.- Sent by Post, 2s. t'% ; EAMPHl^T CONTAINING THE NEW\ CROWN LANDS ALIENATION ACT ' '????? . - AND THE -???-?-? ? ? ? -. -'? ' WITH THE NECESSARY KEGinLVTIONS. Bombala Annual Races, 1863. TO COKE OFF CW 9TOESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, 14th akd 16th of APRIL. , Stewards), ,.lm. Caitpbeix, W. Waixace, Esq., H. Joseph, Esq., Eul. Jonas, „ D. Maceat, „ : - . Judge, Jko. Nicholson, Ee^. ' Treasurer, Me. JoEir Mtmjsr. : ._... Secretary, '? . Mb. Geoeoe Hbeitaoe. ? eierlf of til e Course, - Mb. John Peasiet. mHE MAIDEN PLATE of. 26 Sovs, for «J1 . JL hones known to have been in the district of Monaro six months previous to the meeting, and who ,uob not won an advertised prize. One-and-a-half mile, one event ; weight for age ; 'second horse to receive 3 eovs. oat of the ' '- priie. - THE BOMB ALA. TOWN PLATE of £26, for all hones. Three miles j one event ; weight ...

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 March 1863

L3TTEX^R^S*TftINTlNG ?#h HIOL nTAnrraaEy JBIiaBr*=- kbatiobs rARrotrs ' l^RaKj^tag,^ 41T1) 'MONACO PWMY-' fioiioml Prtittlns OlDcr. COOMSL. : ? . TTSTTT.HV A«u-rmtinn rtT*»»4nrJ«i» *»«-nt»^ im 'i jni*fl«^.»4frm«.WI«rtV''Wf*«*Ti(»Hr*. T»ntfei'«. in 1jh» irwinw ?'«??. .^iin Bnjl colored. Ti-miAiW»,*-t^fi7w*, «n4 RiUbeaija printed in ? thpnt^bft-VrV ' ' ' ? ' . ' Omifliini. AirSi. nvpgnm. Ptvnnia»irv-Tiota imfl IfmvHnt Tnnl™. prmitari with us tr*'!* ^(.otn^o' »nd ^whMi b« in any other TVnWuliroent in rtw rViVyn'w. pt-f«y«i.nnrs ?Rno« wintnl nt n rVin »-ito. -'-??*»»« «i»flivpi1 fnrtV oxfpti'ion nr »rerr ninety ? of Copper-iOafe and Lithographic Printing. Th» Pmnrii'tO'» 1t«vi»i» ? fltwf.i-l«w «tncV n' ^nWiin? hm» on hinfl. and emnW'n' onlv thnmiiffWv nfllnent worVTi*'!. *w» in * r»o«Hinn to -*x«»nfc» nnr otfl^rs th*'v m«»v He frtrnrpfl *v»rti *« mwt, chum, anfl prn^iitiouslv as any other estab lishment m the f!oloni«i. Orders Wn nn v iw+im ofthe District promptly and Rceuratdv attended...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WRECK OF H.M.S.S. ORPHEUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 March 1863

THE WRECK OF H.M.S.S. ORPHEUS.' (From tie New Zealanier, Ftsttruary 28.) The story of the wreck of H.M.S. Orpheus has yet to be told. No one seems, up to this hour, to understand, clearly how it was thu, at -noon-day, in the finest weather, at the entrance of the western port of the capital 'of. New Zealand, and within two miles of the Pilot-station with which she was, or might have been, for an hour at least before the wreck, exchanging signals, a noble ship was driven with all her power of sail and steam In none of the narratives if this sad event which have yet appeared have all the ascer tained facts been grouped together ; a skilfully conducted inquest upon any of the bodies that may be recovered and identified will afford the readiest means of collecting all the infor mation that can he had, and of satisfying the public anxiety for.a solution of that which op to this moment appears so mysterious and inexplicable. Unhappily those who were responsible for tbe conduct of the ship...

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

Tlic Spells of Home. By the soft, green light in the woody glade On the banks of moss where thy childhood played; By tlie household tree through whieh .thine -ye, First looked in love en theeummer sty ; By the dewy fleam, by the vary breath, Of the primrose tufts In the erase beneath, TTnon thy heart there is laid a epell iloly and precious,— O guard it welli By the sleepy rippi; of the stream 'Which iiotli lulled thee into many a dream, By the sbfcrer of the ivy leaves, To the wind of mom at thy casement eaves: By the bees deep murmur in the limes, By the music of the Sabbath chimes ', By every sound of thy native shade Stranger and dearer the spell Is made. By the gathering round the winter hearth, When twilight call'd unto household mirth, Bv the fairy (ale or the legend old, In that ring of happy faces told By the quiet hour when hearts unite. In the parting prayer and tlie kind pood night : *ff *he smiling eve and the loving tone, Ora-«f We hostile ftpell been thrown.' Ana bles...

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 March 1863

€mh §zpTt * COOMA KETAIL PRICES CPEKENt Wheat, is to 7s 91 per bushel. flour, 44 porlb.. £58 per ton, «* at the Tale of £30«ythebag. . Oats, IO» per bushel. Mairc, 15s l'ollttri 2n. Od per timbrl Bran, Ss «B ditto ot 20 lbs. Hur, per ton £10 to £1 2. ?Cheese, 6d per Ib. But-cr, fresh, Is 6d Bneon, Colonial, 7d ditto. Ifain, ditto nominal. Manilla Rope, Is 6*1. . Biscuits, Fancy. 2s ditto. Tickles, Pints, best brands, Is. SJ. petTjotfle Tmit*,flitto,4ii ditto. ' ?Jams, ditto 2s Bitto. itiisterrf, ColemanV J-lbs, !s per lx,ttle. ? Rolod Oil, i pints. Is pints, Is Ed ditto. 'Qntnv.'Mb., E«M libstcrs, S*, Salmon, ditto, 2s fld BainnsnndCuriantsIOJiicrlb. .--, , i 'Starch, 'Column's, lOd do. ill »lb. packets ' ' ?Oatmeal 8il ditto. Tea. best black, Ss«d ditto. ?Ooflee, Is Dd ditto. »lui-,2- pcrlb. , 'Candles, Belmonts, 'Ss, other brands Is. -S& Bioe,Patna,tdpcrlb. ,' Bait, Sd, fine 4d ditto. Tobacco, 6s to 10s. ?8oap,%ii porlb. ?Eugar, IizhtTd to M per Il-., loa( 114 MaBritus, Cd...

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

The Poet's World. Ths poet's world— tell me, tell me where Doth hi* spirit love to dwell ? Jn the grooves of palm, in the cedar's shade, Or in meads of asphodel ? Them in sweet, repose in the iriedar'a shade, And the palmi ore tall nniS fair ; There is rest in the meads of Asphodel ; But his BDirit dwela not there. Doth it dwell above in the moonlit skies, . Or under the errata! wave P In the dreamy light of the silver stare, Or in sea-nympth's coral cave? There is peace in the light of the silver stare, And joy in the pea-nympth's cell ; Put it is not in stars or in coral cave That his spirit loves to dwell. His sou! has a loftr destiny In a world of toil end strife ; And he dwells, with n high, truth-loving zeal, In the busy world of life. From the eolitudes'of the better lnnd F He hath come with his visions bright, ' And his fond voice rails an erring race To the paths of love and light The Poet's strength is n holy strength, ? And a shield from earthly wrong ; And the spirit cru...

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

GOUtBUKN WHOLESALE PRICES CCBREUr Wheat, «s.«d.t» 7s VbuaKel. : ? J; flour, finu, £21 V ton ; seconds, £M. s J-oUard,2s.6d.«bnshel, 4. Bran, 2s 64 V bushel. : Bread, 4H to Sd- 9 2-lb loaf. I Maire, 8s. o \. per pushel. ? Barley, Vs. *- bushel '' Osts,&ved.to'Va.«i.perbns'hel. ' B.-y,i%(h-.to £*16S. 9-ton; ' * Butter, tresh, Is M to Is Cd 9 Ib. salt, t« Vheesc, 8i; tcarco. Bacon. 81 to »M »lb. Erei. Is. to Is. Id; V down. Potatoes, old (none) ; new, 10s to l£s » ewt Onions, SJd to ~4dnerlb. ? Fat Cattle, £5 to £6 per hwd: second quality, SEJl 10s. to £4. Sheep, 12s to ISs per head (a few good waataS) Piga,Mto4d»lb. { Beef {retail), 4dVlb. ' MattonIretail),4jSdto5d»I». - Tallow, £50 to £94 per ton. Hides, Ss to Bs each Sheepskins, td to id *erl», «ccoroingto Bydney market. ? I Oairiage 9 ton-Sydaey to Goulbon, « j O#lbntn to Sydaey, aon^nal ; Oonlborato IianibingS^trSe Ooulbum,t0Addsng,i-tl0s; Oottfcuratothe^icalan A; Ooalbamto Tumut, St 10s. '

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

qtmASBEXAS If JEKET. Floar. per ton, fine £22; seoonds, £11; Ration Wheat, per bushel, 7s. to 7s Sd. : Bnm, rnm Is. Sd. ltaizelrn-m7s.tota. Barley. 6s. Sd. per bushel Oats, tram 6s. 6d7to 7s. 6d. ! Bay, per ton, £H to £9. PoMtoea, (new) 10s per cwt. Batter, (salt) IB.Sd.,toUMj-erlb,; beak] none. Cheese, «d. to 9o- per lb j7 Baeon,(rom8d. toSid. ) Eggs, ft»m is. 3d. to Is. 64. perdocen FatCatUe£41O9.to£S10«. , Hheep:Us.to30s.pcrnead; ,i IEae8,t,.6dto5«.eaeh. ] Pip, 4d to 5d. per pound.1 - A . J(hespsklns,lidto&tb. . Vi Carriage, per ton, Sydney to Qneanbeya |3' 10s - to £9. . 'f : Qneanbeyan to Oooma, £S 10b. to £4. *\ -

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PANBULA COURT.—MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 March 1863

'? JPANBIII.A COUBT— Maboh 18. Two bullock Acton of Cruvldes Main, Monaro, woe ohusud by Mr. ObirlaHoberUim of Boggy Creek, under SieOattk SttaliBgFteventionAot, with working in their teams, two working bullocks, his property, and left by him an the monntain, knocked up. They both pleaded guilty. One fined £i, and the other £S. Knoa paiiT^ Hammond v. Knrpby, road contractor of Braidmwd, to ieoo*CTffl«a,asuaator budnmith'a bill.. No appearance %,t the defendant. Verdii* /or the sraonjit claimed. . Barnev.Itaatce,ou'apn. note for £i IBs. Verdiettor plaintiff. Frawtey v. Twyford (constable). Plaintiff claimed £S for damage sustained by pigs getting into his crops through his son bong absent, and Illegally taken into outtodvly aefendant under the authority of a search warrant. Case 4inaisMi. Mr.. Murrey for the Snjomation ot slaintiK and the general public, read the warrant, and pointed out the legality of .pamons being apprehended oo a search warrant.

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

flteVrlnfbUlil Shipping. ABBIVALB. March ?(h, Elanta,Ogpt.KcR^S«iiSfiIney- Tiuaengert, Cabin ft, Steerage 6. IMPOSTS. 10 bags doilTj Cohen; IS bags sugar, 1 do, sundries, 1 case pickles,! do. fish, 1 do. blue, 1 do. oysters, ldo! sar dinen, 8 do. drapery, 1 do. sundries, 1 pkg. currants, 1 bll. shoe Iron, 1 do. leather, 1 do. spades, 1 do. ovens, 5 lids iron pot*, » plough wings, 3 boxes boots, 2 nests tubs, 1 caskhenings, Eubnure; 30 bags sugar, 1 cask vinegar, 1 keg soda, 2 chests tea,! box candles, 2 do. raisins, 1 cote mustard, 2 do. oysters, 2 do. lopstras, 1 do. salmon, 2 do. sardinrs, 2 do. pickles, Graham and Co. ; 1 case, Bixon ; 50 bags flour, Levy ; 1 cask crockery, 1 do. vinegar, 1 do. wine, 2 do. ale, 1 do. sundries, 3 do. ironmongery, I do. whiskey, 1 do. biscuits, 1 do. oatmeal, 1 do. sugar, 2 kegs m. lead, 1 do. apples, S do. nails, 10 bags rock salt, 12 do mv. hui, i oo. nee, 35 no sugar, to oo. Hour, 1 case stout 1 do. currants, 1 do. jams, 1 do. starch, 7 do.sundr...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE COURT.—TUESDAY, 10TH. (Before the police Magistrate, and S.Solomon, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 20 March 1863

POLICE COtJttT.— TtrBSDiT, 10TB. (Before the Fttiice'.UagUtrate, and S. Solomon, Eiq, J.V.) Elward Uanby appeared bofore their Wouhips on sutunoaa/ibhaised'with vagrancy, onder the 6th clause of ?6u-Vic, Ko. 4,,to wit, for that he, the aaid Edward !&bbj-,4ldon«hc?thdayof^£arch instant,. oskejise or j&SefeW eWoilkiguage w&in hearing o( perwns T»untnginapUblicplaaoin.*Eaen,contrarj- to the Statue in anth eases made and provided. ' Defendant when called; upon to 'answer the charge said, that if he wsa oaployel jmtcoionaUy for any elicit, that tw would object to the information, but as it was himseu he . would not take up the time of the Court, but would plead guilty for the taring reaMiuc-Wrairastanots of a family nalnn* had ivnmM chut wiav nrhfah kaA miwJ him «». Jittle excitement, bmce his (ratting intoxicated? lie begged toaasunitheUench that he had not the slightest recollec tion of anything tbathehadaaid or done oiulhatday : and that if he was guilty of usi...

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

MISCEIXANEOUS ITEMS. ^ ' Fio CoKiHG-IIaving mentioned the fact that an attempt , has been made in MaiUand, to dry figs, and that the result ,-' though not wholly successful, was, under theetrcnnuta&cei highly encouraging, we subjoin the directions inaeoordanoa witri which the experiment referred to was oonrlttcted, nnttt a change in the weather prevented its oompletion :— ' Pull ih« flff wlMm «4no ' nfonn Hinm mun m jtloa* atiKll i^»4. AT* ? b — '»^— F f — ^» ? ? . ?TV^_f .- ^ .' . . — » ? posed.to the full influence of the sun tar fourteen days (to . allow Waftooeraporarjon of theraoistureofthe fig); turn, them daily, and take them in-doors at night. Alter th's, pack them in a box a few indies in depth, and the lid * (which must be slightly smaller than the internal square of the box) is brought down upon Ihe figs with a pressure of 20 lbs. or more. This forms the mass into a coherent cake,_ but does not destroy the individuality of the figs,' which' may be detached from ea...

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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