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Trade Report. COOMA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

€nh ftpri ^ 000MA MAEKBT8. --? Wheat, fla to Taper bushel. „. *__--' H Hour, Sdto4d perlb.,ftom«H to «H per ton. - ?] Oats, 10s per bushel. i ' II Make, 10s v^ ?' PoUudaa.0dpert.ushd -. |( Bran, Is Od ditto of 30 lbs. a f Hay, perton£9. U Cheese, 6d per lb. ? . ';?: Butter, fresh, Is 6d M Bacon, Colonial, 74 ditto. -: M Ham, ditto nominal. / % Manilla Hope, Is. ? .Hi Biscuits, Faner, Is Sd ditto . ,„ ' W Hckles' Pints, best brands, Is. per bottls M Fruits, ditto, lstt ditto. if JamVditto Is Od ditto. . 11 Mustard, Ooleman'i t-U», 1M ptr bottle. M BaladOfl,il-mts.lsrpSto,Uodditto. |? Oysters, 14b., Is 6d M Lobsters, Is 6d, Salmon, ditto. Is 6d 8$ BaisfnsandOurnnts,Bdperlb. A^gSiih.. k 8tarch,Oolman'a,Sddo. in*lb. packets ^'TTN* ? Oatmeal «d ditto. 5 ^ * Tea, best black, 2s Id ditto. J ' Coffee, Is 6d ditto. S Blne,ls6dperlb. . M Candles, 'fieunonts, Is. «d % ' Eioe,Patna,Mperlb. - % if Salt, td, fine 4d ditto. ? '- Tobacco, 8a to 10s. i»garfu^7dto»dpsrlb..loaf,lid A \ Ifeuritus,6dto7...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAM VIA SUEZ. London March 5, 4.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

latest telegram via suez. London March 5, 4 45 p.m. , The proffered mediation of France in American: : affairs has been positively rejected by the Federals^ but cordially acquiesced in by the Confederates. The Federal army is very active. The attack on' Charleston bas been abandoned, and Savannah) threatened. There is a Ministerial crisis. President Lincoln' 1ia« ndnntAd n MniBrrAtira oolicv. Seward still remains in office, and M'Clellan has resumed the command of tbe army. The Federal Conscription Bill has passed, and1, the Government have authorised the issue of letters of marque. Gold has risen to 63. . The Polish insurgents are gaining ground, end they have the sympathies of Europe with them. The wool sales continue. Sydney is fully Id. per lb. lower ; Melbourne lid. The Bishop of Tasmania baa resigned.

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

GAEOTTING. We have been told, and the statement Is curious, if true,' that the garoUer first acquired his art inaeonvict ship, where her Majesty's jailors practised it on him occasionally, when-, everhe beeamevery outrageous. FindmghoweaaUyhewas subdued by this method, and how little it injured him ir coolly applied, the convict noted the trick, with an eye ;» business, when he should become a ticket-oMeavo mah. Perhaps it is because the lessons they have received were all at their own sore cost that regular garolten work with [re X can. They practise upon cash other frequently before they venture into the. tfreta-noWnly toacqulnth* artofgarot ting In ovray possible position and attitude, but that they mayhtgtheir victim's throat without endangering his lift or seriously injuring him. They consort in companies o three— a 'frontstau,' a 'backstall,' and a 'nasty man.* These designations ere are perfectly significant of the par* each mania expected to 'play. The 'fiaityman' is,oi' cou...

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

SYDNEY SUMMAEY. [PEOII CPE COHEESPOJTDEKT.J In commencing with the readen of tha Uanue Horary an ncqnaintanoc vhuh may possibly, and I tnut will be a long and satiifiutorr one, I beg to atate ' briefly and «t large,' nil that ii to be expected from me. I am not veto, cabinet minuter, bo do not always Jmow the nature nf th-. ?cent deliberation! of the Executive Council. I am not ? paragon of learning, penetration, and talent. All I can profess to do is to sots the mote prominent erenU as they pan, offering thereupon anch obMrrationaM common in. telligcnce, guided by honest intentions and no small amount of ' Colonial experience,' may suggest. Tho triumph of Buchwin over Mocnamara, In tho KorUrern gold-fields election, is justly regarded as a minis terial defeat, and wffl no doubt tend to strengthen th, opposition. It is generally mpposed here, amongst thosg uwallyirell informed on auch (ubjects, that Parliament viU not be called together before the 27th of June. In tho meantime there...

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

CRICKET HATCH AT BOMBALA. OS Monday last, tho return match between the joridfcete* of Cooma and Bombala, was played at the Utter township. In consequence of lome of tbeold pUjm for Cooma having left the diitrict e*l then being wtbU to spare the time xeouired, 4he team from Jiere ws* a very weal one, not more Dun dine or four or what are considered crsc* players puU»gi* an appperancr. The Bombala men won in one inniiigs with 64 runs to spare :— BO1DB1LA— FIBBT rKNINGS. FitipatricI: «. Kirwan ? g Wallace b-Gosgrore ... ... ? ' r, ??' tudji Wniiaai .- -....- — M ? Rossiter c. Williams ? ; ... 8 W. Reed, sen. b. Chippendale ? , SI W. Rced.jun.b. Harnett ? 1 M. Solomon b. Chippendale ? 0 Wallace b. Hantett ? O G. Reed e. Wilton ? 20 Penroe, (Captain), not out... ? 20 C. Coulter b. Williams ? 1 Byes ? 12 total*.; ? 131 Cooma- tiBBT teKts&s. Lemon b. Piesly ? ? 0 Chippendale c. Piesly ? 0 W. Burnett c RosBiter ? 9 W. Wilaon b. Fitzpatricfc ? 7 WiUiams b. Piesly ? 6 Kirwmc. Pearee ?...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON SOME CARP AT SANS SOUCI. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 17 April 1863

ON SOME CARP AT SANS SOUCI. We hare lately made the acquaintance of an old lady of nbety, who h»s passeJ the last twenty-five years of her old life in- a great metropolitan establishment, the workhouse, namely, of the parish of Saint Lazarus. Stay — twenty-three or twenty-four years ago, she oame out once, and thought lo earu a little money by hop-pickinsr ; but, being over, worked, and having to lie out at night, she got a palsy, which has incapacitated her from ?H further labour, and has caused her poor old limbs lo shake ever since. An illustration of that dismal proverb which tells us how poverty makes us acquainted with strange bed-fellows, this poor old shaking body has to lay h'rseJf down every night in her workhouse bed by the side of some other old woman, with whom the may or may not agree. She herself can't be a very pleasant bed-fellow, poor thing 1 with her shaking old limbs and cold feet. She lies awake u deal of the night, to be sure, not thinking of happy old timer, f...

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

Merriinbula Shipping. ?AEEIVAt. April 10— Kama, Captain Ecft, from Sydney. Passen Ecu— Cabin 4, Steerage 13. DEPAfiTOEE. April 11— Kiaroa, Captain Ke% to Sydney. Passenger* Cabin 7, Steerage 1C. IMT0B.TS. April 10.— 5 cases, 1 bole, 1 parcel, Dcvcnic; 3ba;ssait,9 baraeugar. 1 chest, halfchusttca, I box wrap, 1 bor starch, t bol pipes, * oases nundries, 3 parcels, Wren ; C mats sugar. 1 box wsr), 3 -ases gin. quarter cask; brandy .Chatter; 1 case, White and Co; 1 bale leather, 1 bale arnpery, i caw clocks 1 case stationery, 2 cast* sundries, 1 goho isaddlcry, S c iws porter, « caws pin. C half cases ein, 1 case boots, i bundles mws. 40 bags rnitar. 2 boxes raisins, S boxes toap. 2 tmndlcr frrin(rpan», 18 dishes, 10 bars, 3 (bundles -ton, 0 dray boxes, 6 blocks, 1 bale tarpaulins, 2 casks porter, I cask vinopir. 1 cask coffee. 7 boilers, 8 half chests tea, Page ; 1 cam. Smith ; 1 panel tobacco, 11 b.ifs salt, 10 bags supir, 3 para-Is, S boxes soap, 1 box blue, 1 Ixng'nisiu, 1 box eurr...

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

For Sale. FOB BALE, ai Wbolway, Ifonaro, 2000 T EWES and 2000 WBTEEB8. - at.tet HAMILTON. * . March 23rd, 1663. 62-2 ? . ? , ? __ 51 ? Tender*. ~ rpBNSEBS will be received at the Oourt-houso M J. Queanbeyan, until noon, 12 o'clock, the 23rd m of APBIL. for works on following roads. Oooroa to Queanbeyan. ' Cooma to Kiandra. Cooma to Bombala. *. Bombala via P anbula, to Eden and Merim- I buU. * Bombala to Merimbula. J Xden to Start. p BpedfinatioM to be teem at the Court-houses at i Oooma, Bombast and Queanbeyan. Ji A. WEBEB, J? 62-8 Superintendent of Beads. u FL0VB1 FLOURj! FLOUR11! * MR. T. MATTHEWS Has received instructions to sell by public auction, * At Mr. Solomon's, Cooma Hotel, q Cooma, On TUESDAY, AFRO. 21st, at Twelve n o'clock. - ] TJ1IVE TONS (or more) ADELAIDE SILT.- t JD DBESSED FLOUB, the fineet sample erer ] known in Oooma, and from the well known Mills ] of WICKFOBD and DUFFIELD. The above trill be eold in lota to rait purchasers. Heads of families are earnestly reque...

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

BBA1DWOOD MAEKET3. y^p f- m^B Flour, best, per ton £10. ' S Wheat, beet samplesTTi. to 7s. ?d.perbshl. ' fM Bran, none. yM Ma^(seane)«s.to«s«d. » Oatafs.fid. M Barlay.Ss. ? Potatoer, new, parewt. Si. to 10s. ? Hw(ostn^pecJ»u«U. ? Cheese, per ih, 10a. V Bacon, per tb.lOd. ' 1 £g^s,perdo«s,acarc«ls.ed. ^ Bntte, fresh, perlb. ts. 9d. to Si. Onions, (cone) Fat Cattle, £i'lOs. £7 per bead. Ditto, seeond quatttr « to «. Sheep, perhesd, lit. to «.

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

YA88 MABEETS. - ^ . Wheat,«i.Cd.to7s.M.perbusli«l. : m? Flour, flue, jut ton, £». ? ;«T.'i Ditto, secori£,rWitto,aaS. Av»j Bran, per bn*«l,4s. ? i:\§ OataTper^itto.la.6d. : j BarleyVparditto.«a. . 1 Hay, per ton, old, £t to £9. BeaV perlbVddr : ' Mutton. Mr ditto, *d. ,a Veal.l-erdftto,8a. „' J Pork, per ditto, Sd. to Cd. hJ Butter, per lb., So. . ;JB Ditto, aalt, perlb.. Is. lOd. ' JH Cheese, per ditto, M u 7d. ; wanted. jfl| Bacon, per ditto, Cd. to 71; scarce. ^JsaSJ Eggs,psrdoaen,b.Sd. ^aWal Potatoes, perewU. 8s. to Us. ^s^sal mdes,satted,eash,4s.toaa. J^Bki Ditto, fresh, ditto, 4s. to 6s. mBE KliS9sklna,D«|k,ld,to«rl .j^HasO H W acquainted with bim for twenty years; ho mis abont ? sixty-six j-cars-of age, and bad been about thirty yean in H this colony; bo was a healthy nan j on Monday, the *Ui B April, I snir him \raHdng about, and he seemed as if bo wa' H not right in his mind ; he shook his head and eaid he was ? very bod, but made no remark aborft any accident having m happ...

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

PTimmo Saw Mills. rnmS SAW MILL i- now in working order, JL and. the proprietor is prepared to supply every description of Timber on the shortest notice. Apply to AUGUST SCHLICK, 62-12 , Manager. TO LET, OR FOR SALE, npHE Property situate in Nimitybelle, lately in X. the occupation of Mr. Meurise, and welt fcnown as a General Store. The House is a sub stantial wooden building, fronting Bombala and Stanton streets, and near to Mr. Angus McDonald's public-house. The premises are well and securely fenced in. For terms and further particulars apply to JOSEPH WABD, Sen., 650 Cooma. * £1 Reward. LOST, from Burrangandra, a Darfc Bay Home, four years old, snip down the forebeid, WF on shoulder and JO on reel same side. The above reward will be given to any one bringing him to Peter McDonald of Nimitybelle, Besienation of the Prime Minister. . or to Mr. Archibald MoDonald, innieeper, of the same place. 651 The Treasury, Kew South Waloa, . j^H 8th April,1863- ]Hf INTEBOOLONIAL MOMEr OEDEES: ^...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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WEARY NOT IN WELL DOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 24 April 1863

?VVEAB.Y NOT IN WELL DOING. Sever let the heart grow weary, Toiler in the road of right 1 Be the darkness ne'er so dreary, ' ' ^ It must yield at length to light. '~ Though the heidlong hosts of error ? : ? ' ~ Strike theo with impetuous foroe, :? Front them, boldly— let no terror Turn tliee from thy onward course. 'What thengh evil opposition Dash against Ihce whirlwind strong I Tis a laudable ambitiou * - Bids (liee Vattle with the wrong, living mortal, 'tis thy mission . Ever thualo fight with sin, - . , ^tegardless of its place; condition, . Or the dress it rerele in.' Thou art weak ; bnt thy endeavour' Will not, cannot be in vain— Add thy little strength whenever It can further, virtue's reign. Be fhy station ne'er so lowly, Thon canst do a little good; Tiny drops thtts filling slowly, Bwdltlje'deep and dashing flood. _ ' Xabowoo/UiheaTciTe warning! ? Labouron, and hope, and pray! fioon, like miats before the morning. ?BarriEK,ahalllmdea™y. Trost Unfa, then, iniimes ensuing, An...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MY LITTLE WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 24 April 1863

MY LITTLE WJFE. My Uttleirife has two men? black eyes, Biraet little; 'dear little, dalsyr£u*a Jam! And fifty yonng laSn always deem'd her a prira, ' v : And Warned Uie Hnaorealure for causing them pain. They all knew her pretty, ? ? ? kai some flio'i^ht her %itty,' ' ' Ttc wild lltOe coquette^' thBy cried, 'la heart freel' While others were Bleeping, Oft hopelessly ehetithei affection .for me. My lilUe wife often jfltrad .-{he drarcaliiU, Sirect Uttle, dear Uttle, neat-foMedJino! , WaUud Jowly, and lonely, and thoughts], nfl The afternoon bell cMm'd iti call o'er the plain, And nothing eeem'd tweeter . . To me than to meet her, And tell her what weather 'twas likely to be; My heart the while glowing, - Tbe selfish wish growing, That all her affections were centred in me, ? My Uttle wife once ('Ha strange, but 'tis troe), ~«weetVtU»,4earIitUe,Iove-tnnibledIane! . So deeply absorbed in her day-dreaming grew. The bell cnim'd and ceas'd jet the heard not iteatnln; And X, witting near t...

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 — 24 April 1863

Sydney Agency. 11/TB. ABTKtTR CUBITT, 8, Bridge-street^ -LvJ_ Sydney, has been appointed Agent for the Hanaro Mercury, and is authorised to receive sub Oooms, April 15, 1863. E. TAYLOB. Nlmitybelle. TVTE. J. E. EASTMUBE, Settler*1 Store, hat JJ-L been appointed Agent for 'the ManarO Mer cury in the above neighbourhood, and is authorised to receive subscriptions, advertisements, and orders for job printing. Oooma, April 16, 1863. B. TAYLOB. To be Sold a Bargain, ANEW SYDNEY-MADE tip-up LIGHT DBAY, a thoroughly staunch and sound DRAUGHT HOBSE, warranted honest, and a first-rate set of new Harness. The above are parted with on account of the owner having no farther use for them. A trial given. The turn out can be seen and terms ascertained on applica tion to Mr. GEORGE SLOOOMBE, At Mr. J. Welch's, Graziers' Arms, 660 Oooma. SMALL DEBTS COUBT. WABD v. FOLEY. MATTHEWS v. POLEY. mo BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, J_ at the Boyal Hotel Yards, on MONDAY, the 27th April, a first-class SADDLE HOBS...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 24 April 1863

EXPOBTS. April 15th.— 9000 treenails, SO bags potatoes, llotfomif tore, and sundries.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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(To the Editor of the Manoro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 24 April 1863

^.'. [To the^dUor of the Manaro Mercury.) Slm—tt cometimes happens that a man's discretion is over come by his seal in some cause, and I think that this is particularly exemplified in the letter signed ' Y,' irhich appeared in the hut issue of the Mercury. There can be no question of doubt, that in the writer Mr. tf.ffrhnp. his a stout advocate, and that the letter in ques tion was dictated by the best possible motives ; but at the same time, had the letter been submitted to Mr. Markham, ; or had he been consulted fa the matter, he would have ntHinwl thehonourof being so paraded; particular! vas the writer— to my the least of him— is somewhat incontinent, in so far as that he says': 'Mr. Markham, I should judge, is not a person who requires flattery'— end this after he h*a heaped such a mountain of the nauseous stuff upon his heades might well give him cause to cry out— 'Save me fcom mr friends I' ',1 have perused the article fa the previous paper, to which reference is made, and ha...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 24 April 1863

IMP0RT8. April 15.-21 casesoorilaU,10caseswhiikey,l case bitters, 12 casks bottled beer, 20 cases brandy, 2 oaaks wine, 35 cases gin, 6 hogsheads mm, 6 bales hay, 3 cases drapery, 1 can saddles, 1 case sundries, 1 caw drapery, 1 package whips, 8 cases drapery, 1 cask soda, 2 cases crystal; 1 case coffee, 20 bags rice, 6 half chests tea, 2 casks apples.S. and H. Solomon; 1 case oil, 1 drum oU, S packages camp ovens, 1 bag rice, I boxcudlef, 1 cask apples, I package arrowroot, 1 parcel, Schnlta; lease drugs, D. Bell; 1 ton galvanised iron, 1 pared, Hoses and Solomon; 1 pared, SUk; lca'k rum, 1 keg brandy, 1 keg whiskey, 1 kegporb 1 keg sherry, 2 cases gin, 2 cases brandy, 1 cask bottles beer, Falkner; 1 case, 2 bags sundries, .1 saddle, 1 pack), saddle, 1 hone, Kyle. t

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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(To the Editor of the Manaro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 24 April 1863

(To the Editor cf the Itansro Mercury.) Sm-Considering the time of the derarture of the Sydney mail this morning, and the probability that the letters for the overland mail will not reach Ooulbum in time to meet (heir despatch, evidently shows the necessity of aa altera ion us. the maii arrangements. la fact, correspondenoe to lusinessmen is almost useless, for answering atetterof the Sunday evening's mailrequiits eleven days to ?elapse before ?/reply on be expected. Our communicataons are not asso ciated irith either satisfaction or reliance; and where any Ustrust is considered fabusiness matters those fa the minor «cale invariably are the safiercn. Distrust might prove a harsh word fa say matter, bat it Is likely to arise from such detentions. No business men entertain much opimon of hose who are ADatory, and sometimes, if not frequently, an opinion of inattention is mentioned, the parties being una ware of thecause. j Can ytra not instigate the Inhabitants of Oooma to act in Ihis...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 24 April 1863

DEPARTURES. . April Uth.-Eum, schooner. Captain Nicholson, for Sydney. Passengers— Mr. and Mis. Page, and man, MrJ D. Collins, Mr. P. Collins, Mrs. 'Collins and t children, Mrs. Collins, sen., and Mils Collins.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Trade Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 24 April 1863

[?] Though some of out WAeepers oojnplain of the con- ? tinued dulaess ot trade, still as smnge amount of business has been done sinoe last pubUcaUon. ' ' '' The fiour market continues fa anuasetUed state, aal a fixed price can scarcely be quoted. On Tuesday Mr. Boss offered twelve tons by auction, at the Commercial 8Wr«j but did not suoosed fa disposfas; of but a small QUanH^r, one ton and a half realising at the rate of £1» per ton; and a few bags were sold at from £2 to £S 4s. per lag ofiMO lbs. The sales of suk-dressed Adelaide flour, aflVerasedtKv auction by Mr. MatthewB, faaed to attract bidder*, osjly one ton being taken at £23. . - '

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