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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

iff ?: Mbtice. _ . '??' f W \\fK JFEEQUENTLT receive Orders by Poet ' .'? ?''«¥- ?' .-*T, for thejnsertion of Advertisements from ? P| ? partiae vrhp are unknown to uj. We wish, it to be ? ?.-l*— .- .imaejstopdtW-.Uflleesfiijclj.orderiareBccpmpsn'ed ? ?*? '?'..? . bj? a nmittoncft.or authenticated, by the signature ' .'?? of one of .oar Agents we cannot undertake to ':?- ?;?? attend, to ljiem.. ........

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEER EPITAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

ftUEEB EPITAPHS, .. . Kjgt. Poor JTarths Snell, bun gone an; BBbv nur would if here raid, but hurcouldnt stay. H-% IIerhaJt»OBoreleF,andahadaishisort ^Br Bat her legs lemma earned her oil ^^E' OK If R. BIUXGE, A Uima. ^^K ' Here lies an honest lawyer, ^^K And that's Strange. ????? Hera lira John Bonn, ^^^K TOuwaaktUedbyagua, ^^^K Hb name mat Bonn, ^^?t But his real name was TTood; ^^^E But Wood wouldn't rhyme with gun, ^^K 80 1 thought Bunn should. ^^Bf Here lit* me and my S daughters! ^Hr 'Wewas killed by drinking of Harrogalewatera. ^B IT we'd only muck to Epsom suite ?f ?VTcthoalda'thn'bctn lying la these has waits. HE OS A 60LDTEB. Wm John Maephereon was a remarkable person; ME He stood 6 feet 2 without his shoe, HE. And he was slew at Waterloo. U: rim little hero thatlieth ben ?p Was conquered by the diarrhea:.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MY WIFE AND I. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

MY WIFE AKD X. (Fnm Onu-a-Wtek.) We qnarrell'd this naming, my wile and I, We were out of temper, and scares knew why, Though the cause was trivial and common j But to look in our ey«, you'd have aworo that we both Were a couple of enemies spiteful and wroth— Not a wedded man and woman. Wife, like a tragedy queen in ft play, .. Tossed her eweet little head in at wft a way As so little a woman waa able ; She clenched her lips with a sneer and a frown, While I, being rougher, stamped up and dni, Like a careless groom in a stable. You'd have thought ui the bitterest (seeing ui then) f^, : . .;. Of little women and little men ; ^ You'd have laughed at our spita and passion; ? And would never hare dreamed thai a atom like tbii ? Would be rainbow'd to tears by that sunUght, a kill, H TU11 we talked in the old fond feshion. ? Yet the etorm was orer in less than an boor, Hj And wu followed won by a ennny shower, ? And that again by embraces; BJ Yet so little the meaning was understood Hf Th...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSH EDUCATION. PARENTS—EDUCATE YOUR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

- BOSH EDUCATION. t from ihe MudgnZabtruU We do not think we mistake one of the greatest sources of that wide-spread depravity of which the Sydney and many provincial journals are now to loudly complaining, aud which we brought someichat boldly before our readers the week befoie laat. Few of the darker crimes of man are immediately trace able to inherent depravity. Highway robbery, garrotting in cities, secret poisonings, murder by shooting, and other acts of violence, and several oiuer neart-siciceniog transgressions, are only perpetrated by men who have long been the associates of harlots aud thieves. We grant that some children are bora with violent dispositions. Bar, in general, inclinations to commit open irrongg are the long-growing Trails of evil seeds supervened upon character by habit, and habit is acquired in nine cases out d ten by association and bad example. And ire are not alone in retaining as an ele ment of onr moral philcwopby, that proper home discipline, and prope...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NAPOLEON III. AND EUGENIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

NAPOLEON III. AND EUGENIE. . ffirom the Bog jl Fatuilut of Europe, in the Speetatar.J Tire present sovereign of France forms an exception to the rule which peoples Europe with kings of German lineage. A successful attempt to enter the great family of Teutonic 4 princes was mado by the first Napoleon ; and the same was repealed, with still more effect, by the younger branch of ihe Bourbons, who filled the French throne for eighteen years ; but the third Napoleon as yet has failed to form the much desired bonds of royal alliance, although lie has spared no means to effect this object. It is generally understood that in the spring oi ioujs oners 01 marriage were maue by the Emperor to three Gar man princesses, but were politely declined in every instance. The first of these offers was to the Princess Mary of Baden, daughter of the then reigning grand duke, .who, being himself the offspring iofa 'morganatic' marriage, could, as it was 'thought, make no serious objection- to the match. H...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. In order to give insertion to the later English nem jostts hand, we are oompcllod to omit several intcrestingparagraphs and a leading article already in typo. Ctaows Lvn-8uc.— : At the Cooma polioo office on Toes day last then was no offer fornny of tha land advertised fot ? sale, except one lot of20 acres, at Nimitybolle, which wa - purchased at the upset price by Mr. Angus M'Donald of thsj township. ' : ? ? ! iKavraT.— On. Saturday last the district coroner, 3. ?? ByaU, Esq., commenoed an inquiry atllr. CoUcn's the Squatters' Arms,- Banyan, as to tbe eause of tho fleet of a mannamedWilliaaiI«»Tenoc,wholiadtiulenfroml.ishorBO ' on the 3rd instant, srhile proceeding frdmCoomato'BuByan. InconseqncnoeofaneUiewnnctuinotbcinglnBtteoduea* tho coroner adjourned the inquest until Monday, at flu same time issuing a warrant to compel the attendanee ofllto person referral to, Mr. Joseph Woodcraft. The allowing ? evidence -was taken:-John Cullen, innkeeper, redoingat Bu...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOT CROSS BUNS ON THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

BOX CROSS BUNS ON THE DIGGINGS. (Hfim Oe Empire.) EoTcmssbvis en tho diggings! And wherefore nott Ia (here any reason why those who lire on the diggin „ should net ham hot cross trans, on the ever memorable day when those puny and alfghtly indigestible articles an eaten! None that I «m aware of, supposing that they can get them. And poor indeed, and very far fiom the haunts «f eivufzatton, most lie tho diggings when the burly, trained, and bearded heroes of the pick do not cat hot cross buns on Oood Friday. Not that you must expect, gentle reader, that the delicate-looking morsels you see displayed in the white-clothe I baskets of tho peripatetic vendors who rake you by their cries from your morning slumbers, and which are devoured with such gusto by Master Jacky and Miss Mary, until you begin to fear, like the older Wdler, that they will ?? swell wisible afore your wery eyes,'. In any way resemble ths rather stuffy-looking results of the linker's art that are dignified with the sam...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOMBALA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

BO ilBlLi ANNUAL RACES. TmEomUla race meeting for IMS commenced on Tuts diy last tail was Boissel on Wcdneslay. The sports'mro well carried mt, the ladug for the prindpsl events betes inuchraperierto our late Cdorat Fathering. It nill be «eon that Messrs, Kirwan and Chippendale secured tbo iim1 1 share or the prUas, ami in. addition h«e added largely totktirfundiby winnitl;»p»d stake in bets. Indeed so cleanly did these gentlemen fleece the Bombala sportsmen that bets «re offered that there mis not a flvo pound notc I in the township vaen toe Vooma omsion lcn mere , Certainly the racing men have had the satisikction of, revenging the defeat of our crieketers, who wore so easily beaten on Monday by the BombaU players. As tho news of tho result of -he races did not eome to hand until latelast evening, we are compelled to bo brief hi describing the con tests for the various prises. We give belov aa account «f the two day's rasing. Fiejt Dit, Tccnur, Arnti It. The Maiden Plate of 15 sov...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eden Shipping. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

Eden Shipping. AEBIVAtA I5lh April.— Gipsy, schoonor, from Sydney— Passengers, Mr. Bhevey nnd air. Davis. ? 15th April.— W. B. Deano, brigantin?, from Sydney, for Tjaunceston, with cedar, left Bydney on the 1st iastant* IMP0BTS. Per Gipsy.— 1 bale cabbagetree, lkepwine,lcasedrapery- 1 coil rope, 1 bundle scythe handles, 1 case ironHMAiftrrTi Christopher Cofley; 1 bags salt, J. und D. Kelly; 400 feet pine. 24 mats sugar, 2 cases medicine, 11 bagsmaize,2hogs I.MA* M,m 1 hu rfmnpnr. 2 tnifiBPS dmnerv. 1 box trlnm. 8 casks bottle! beer, 12 cases genera, 1 quarter cask sherry, 3 cases brandy, 24 bam Mauritius aiear, 8 half thesis, congou, 2 boxes raisins, 1 case irroccries, 2 casks ale, 6 cases Kin, 1 case vwtiw, 1 packnire rpice, I box sundries, 1 bale leather, 1 case trims, 1 bundle saws, Ocorgo Ilnrclay ; I cask lemonade. A. Lislie ; 4 crises cnnlials. A. Falkner; 2 cases galvanised iron, 1 keg nails. 1 dram tar. 1 ton rock fait, 1 parcel, 10 bundles iron, 25 bars iron, 6 bam salt, 8 ...

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 — 17 April 1863

) ?? MAIL. ARRANGEMENTS. ? B ', ? ? ? ? Sydney. : ? K ' Anita in 'Ctomd. o» Wednesday, Friday, ani W- .. 8tthdoy,'af8pjB. Leaves Coomaon Monday, %y ' Th*rsday,andGaturday,atS.$Oa.m. ' ' - \.- --, . ' . ' ' Cooma .and Kianira. \. Jrrirrt i» Cboma on Wednesday and Sunday at 6 ?.' . ft.ni. Leaves Cooma Monday and Thursday mt 6 a.m. Cooma, Woolway', Jeje:ericlc, and Buckley's Jf' Crossing. , J?! jlrrivis hi Cooma on Wednesday at 6 p.m. Leaves ?'? -^tew— Cooma at 6 a.m. on Monday. ' ' ' W^ Junction of Big Badger and HumtreUa Rivers. ^k Arrives in Cooma on Wednesday at 6 J-.m. Xescex .^B Cooma, Monday at 6 a.m. ^^B Cooma and Bombala. ? ^H Arrives in Cooma on Wednesday and Sunday at ^H 6,p.i». Leaves Cooma Thursday and Monday '^H 6 a.m. ? ? ? -i . ^^B *„? in a?/ eajw tkemai's are made up 8 p.m. ^^K fflfl evening previous to departure. Tie inn ^K rvmtnji and out-going mail* from Bombala. o ^^m Thursday and Monday convey the coast matt*.

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 — 17 April 1863

l 'M Weekly Calendar. f; ? Month .D.y ||'mri^j|un«^Mn..«ge ' jH. April IE Saturday 6 29 6 SO 0 ?'? ^^M IS Sunday 6 29 6 29 1 / H 20 Monday -6 29 6 29 2 ' r fM 2] luesday 6 30 6 27 3 - ^B 22 Wednsdy 6 31 6 25 4 ; ^H 23 Thursday 6 32 6 24 6 : ^B 21 Tridsy 6 33 5 23 6 ' ^B First quarter at 212 p.m. on the 26th April. . - I I HANAfiO' MERCURY, ,;_ ^^M AKI- COOHA AND EOMBAiA iDTBETIBEn. ^H . OOOIIA, FRIDAY. APEIt 17, 1863.

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 Manaro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

(To the Editor of the Hanaro Mercury.) Sra— The report of (he meeting of the Cooma Cat lib Stealing Prevention Association, decidedly reflects great credit on our worthy Inspector, Hr. Markhum, showing the benefit of this talented man's exertions and 'the effect caused by proper regulation!. Heia undoubtedly admired by all, *md appreciated for his prompt and decisive acts wherever his attention is required; therefore, I consider (he last paragraph ('there are still a few of the cattle-stealing gang in. our neighbourhood, - anu it oonoves ooin ine association ana tae police to continue that vigilance which has been to pro ductive of good results') ought to bave been omitted. It behoves us all to arrange matters in accordance to rules, as philanthropists, and con* eequehUy the few remaining ought to be removed. Perhaps the reason why they are net is because the proof of acts, as required by law, against them will not permit him to effect his - pur pose, and to act unmethodically is no...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor of the Manaro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

(To the Editor of the Manaro Memory.) Sib, — Tour trade report is undoubtedly correct, excepting the 'purchase of wool at current rates.' There is but one judge of that article amongst the storekeepers, and quality alone can prove its value. Opinion of its value is useless, excepting from a competent judge; so the report, according to business transactions, should be purchased at the lowest price the vendor felt disposed to tale. What is the current rate for wool on Hanaro ? I will admit that competition in all markets enhances the rates of sales, but seldom to the excess it affords hero. A shrewd man can easily improve his sales by assurance of previous offers, knowing such judges could be easily persuaded that grease in the wool is yolk. Hany in business here quote pur chases and sales at extreme rates, not calculating what the articles will reatice in the market, or the expenses incurred to effect a sale, or considering the per eentage on the original 'invoice caused by * freight...

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 — 17 April 1863

HEAB THB HBW BBEDSB, SHARP-STREET, COOMA. FOB TEAVELLEES. PRIVATE SUITES OF APARTMENTS^ ORB OF THDBSTONIb BEST BI3LLIAIfi_TABIIS. GOOD 8TABLING AND PADDOCKS. W.~8TURGEO1\T 12-t.o. Peopbietob. [A OABD.1 WILLIAM ROSS, General Storekeeper, AWTIONEEB AND COMMISSION AGENT, 7 t.c. CALEDONIAN STORE, COOMA. [i. CAM).] FRED. 'iBERNE, Auctioneer & Commission Agent 30-tx. PiKBULA. NOW FBI NTED, AND OH SALE AT THIS 'Manaro Mercury' OfQ.ce PEICE SIXPENCE, FORM A of the CROWN LANDS OCCTT PATION ACT, 1861, BuiUble for resident oa HONABO who may be desirous of Leaain Crown lands. MOW PRINTED AT THE MANARO MERCURY, And on Sale, DATE CABDS FOB 1863. rflHOSE CARDS we accurately compiled for A. 1863 and to Storekeeper!, Tradesmen, and others will be found particularly useful as a means of reference. Price 6d. each. JUST TO HAND AT THB ;' ':'. . MANARO MERCURY, A SUPPLY OF BAKER'S CELEBRATED FIMITIJRE_ POLISH. Price 1«. 6d. per Bottle. [l oabd.] ME. J. W. SCRIVENER, Sen., ? SOXXCITOK, CONVEYANCE...

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 — 17 April 1863

Howe, pnlled tau^abdiitiiiteAn and a; half hands high with acar inside of the near hind fetlock, no hare grows on 'it, branded By near shoulder, and HO— nbt'surjo (whether it is over the By or under Also/one 'Black Horse, with small 'white star in .jforehead, a JUttle white pear the hind fetlock, about fosrteen and a half hands high, rather a thick set horse, branded SB sear shoulder, long pulled tail down to the hock 'when lost. A reward of £2 will be paid for the restoration of each horse if -etraj'ertyor -the above reword if stolen, on con viction, of the thief. Apply to. ?; A. MO3TTAQUEi . . ' Coomaj ? Qr to '' ' ? It ' ' ' JAMES O'HABE, , 46-t.o. . ' . Ourrawang, Monaro. £25 Reward* LOST or STOLEN, one BBINDL.E and WHITE WORKING BULLOOKi branded TM milking side on the ribs ; fork in the ' ear, last seen on the Bibbentuke Flat. The sum of £25 reward, if stolen, on conviction of the thief or thieves ; and £1 if straye i, on delivery to . THOMAS MOEEING, Cathcart. April 7tli, 1663...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

^H The news by the February mail, is of vi-ry ^B considerable interest. Taking first . tbe ^H American intelligence, we find almost certain ^?indications .of a' speedy termination of tbe JKS civil war, either by exhaustion on one side or ~^B tlie other, or by foreign .interference. Al ? ^% though Great Britain continues firm to her /| policy of nofl-intervenlion, France grows im ', / patient, end it is not improbable that tbe .fy' peremptory .tejeetiun of her proposal for ' ister Seward's quarrel with tuiJ point blank t contradiction of the French Minister, and tbe 1 resolution of tbe North to issue letters of ? marque, will .precipitate the intervention of ;. tbe French Emperor. It is en ominous cir j cumstance that tbe money-brokers of Paris y jl have offered to lend three millions sterling to ? tbe Confederate States, on seven per csnt. . ? bonds, payable eiiUer in cash or cotton, six Vl months after the conclusion of peace. French - 1 1 c«pitalists must have a pretty confident o...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

GOU1BTJBN WHOLESALE PRICES \W |! OUBBBNI VWal Wheat, Co. 6d. to 7s »» bushel. m-ll Flour, floe, £S1 9 ton ; seoonds, SSO. Vlll Pollard, 2a. Od.V bushel, : ?II Bran, Si 0d» bushel. |dfj Bread, Hi to Bd. » J-lb loaf. ? VW\ Maize, 7s. to 8s. per pushel. N E Barky, »s. Sd. to 6s. « bushel II Oats,6s6d.to6a.9d.psrbushel. - ... ? Hay,S6to-8»ton ' ? ?! Bufter, fresh, USd»Jlb.aalt, Is 1 - ? I Cheese, Hi ecaroe. i- . . , WLm Bacon, 64 to old »lb. -|KiF%V !B| Egg., is. 6d.tTla.8d.ajdot.il. ...';?. ?? Potatoes. 6s. ;-:? o: OU Onions, «»d to 4d per lb. ':./?? B^M Fat Cattle, £4 to £5 per head : second quality, St . ? ^H ^^teUlatar^waa^) : M|l ? Brat (retail), 41 * lb. -.*E»r r'2i ' 3&M Mutton (retaU57«d to H * lb. - Jpsr ^ VI 9H| - Tallow, £90 to -M per ton. '#fer#. iJsfLaM Hides, 6s toSs each ?-;&'^'- SsH Sheepskins, 4d to «d per ft., aeeordingto fiydnerS.^,-'' W^M Carriage * ton-Sydney to Oonttnm, £6 ; OouIduib^j j|' :.. ? , §^M to 8ydney, nominal; Oontbumto ImaUngTM, a'l'^^i'...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWS TO 5TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

ABRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWS TO 5th MARCH. ' (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) ? - T-iTb steamer City of Melbourne, Captain Walker, arrived at Gleuelg ac 10 p.m. on Sunday. The P. and. 0. steamer Madras, Captain Stead, arrived at King George's Sound at '- p.m., on the 8th instaut, having left Gdlle on tbe 21th March. London, February 26. The December mails arrived in London on tbe 12th and 18th February. Her Majesty continues in the enjoyment of good health. The marriage of the Prince of Wales and the Princess Alexandria is appointed to take place on the lOtb March, in St. George's Chapel, Windsor. The Queen intends being preeent privately. The magnificence of the preparations is unparalleled, being most costly all along the route which the procession is to take, and similar costly preparations fcr celebrating the event are being made in all parts of tbe kingdom. The day of landing of the Princess and the day of marriage have been -gazetted as general holidays. The Corporation ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEANBEYAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

QTTEANBEYAN 1UBKBTS. ' -jfii Flour, per ton, fins SXl to «»', seoosds, Otl^-SU 'JgM ration, £1*. ^^SKb'= d^H Wheat, perbushel, 7a. to 7s M. t&l&sB,' JH MaUe, from 7s. tots. 4HWj yglMB Barley, os. 6d. per bushel V llfBH Oate,from6s.6d;to7s. «d. I laWalla Hay, per ton, £8 to £0. % SjwLftM Potatoes, (new) 10s per art. iM^fiX Batter, (salt) l8.ed.,tolsSdptriB.; 's^Lf: II Cheeje,Sd.toOd. per lb Wi'iaW Bacon, from M. to Sid. ^K sK Ecjrs, from Is. Sd. toll. 6d- per dsna ,J fgKkV Fat Cattle £4 10s. to SSlos. Jm ^WsK Sheep, IBs. to 20s. per head; ^8 ^VK □ides, 4s. «d to «s. each. V'= ^K' Tallow, per ton, £28 to £S0., for good samples. Mm 1 Calves £1 Its. per head. WP Pigs, 4d to M. per pound. ' ^H '? Eheepsklns,4idto6dlb. ' : , W* ? ' BSBK

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

AMERICA. February 14th.— American aff.iirs are fast approaching a climax. The people, the Press, and the politicians are opposing or ignoring Government, and seeking a peace with the South ; but Mr. Seward refuses to entertain any proposition concerning the conduct of the war, &c, from any foreign Power whatever. Mtanwlrile, the disunion between Republicans and'Uemocrats increases ; and as the recently, elected democratic Congress assembles on March 4th, anil one-third of the Federal army closes it's services in May, a crisis may be The French Government suggested that commissioners from the North and South should meet on neutral ground to debate the terms of adjustment. Mr. Seward peremptorily declined this course. Burnside has resigned tbe command of the army of tbe Potomac, which is being broken up. It is completely demoralised. Thirty five thousand men have been sent to Suffolk, in, Virginia, under Burnside. At Charleston, on the 31st January, the Confederate flotilla, c...

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