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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

GOULBUEN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT meat, 6s. 6d. to 7s. » bushel. Flour, fine, £21 V ton ; seconds, £20. l'ollard, 2s. Od. * bushel. Bran. 2s 0d¥ bushel. Bread, Md to 3d. V S-lb loot Maize, &. per bushel. Barley, Ss6d to 6s V bushel Oats, 7s 6d. to St. per bushel. H»y, £710f- to £8 10s* ton Butter, fresh, Is Sd to Is 3d * lb. salt, Is Cheese, 7d; scaroe. Baoon,6dto7dVlb. Eggs, Is. 9d. to 3s. Vdoten. Potatoes, Ss. FatCatue,£3lo£31»sper head. Beef (retail), Sd to 3d V lb. Mntton (retail), 4d»lb. Tailor, £30 to £34 per ton. Hides, Se to 9s each Sheepskins, 5d to 6 Jd per lb., according to Sydney market. Carriage ¥ ton— Sydney to Oonlbum, £5 to£6 ; Gonl burn to Sydney, nominal; Ooulbun to Lambing Flat, £S ; OoutburatoAdelong, £8 10tto£7; Oonburn toTumut, £7.

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 — 5 June 1863

O.UEA2TBEYAN MAEKET3. Flour, per ton, Sue £31 to £32; aeoonls, t» ration, £10. Wheat, per bushel, 6s. to 6s 3d. Bran, Is. 6d. Unite, bom 6s. to 7s. Borloy, 5s. 6d. per bushel Oats, from 6s. 6d. to 7s. 6d. Hay, per ton, £8 to £9. Potatoes, 5s per curt. Butter, (salt! Is. 3d., to Is 6d per lb.; Cheese, Sd. to 9d. perlb Bacon, from 8d. to 8Jd. Eggs, from Is. 3d. to Is. Od. per dozen

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIANDRA POLICE COURT. 1ST JUNE, 1863. (Before J.H. Griffin and J.Lett, Esqrs., J.P.) A CHOW v. KANG SUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

XtisSwhXOhJflR j^TRT^ ^--- ? Ifil JOBS, 1863. *i'.T^'»- . (Before J. H. Griffin and J. Lett, Esqrs, 5T J.) A CHOW V. KANO SOB. In this case AChow prererred.an information against Kang Sue for having violently and bmteUy assaulted him. The prisoner had been remanded three times, in consequence of the complainant not being able to give evidence, his skull taving been seriously fractured. In the meantime the prisoner's c^untnLn aent for the Chinese interpreter (Jaun BineV at Sydney, thinning tnai jl ieong, «? ChuW interpreter here, being one of the com plainant-s caste, would be favorable to him. Mr. A. B. Girard, solicitor, Cooma, defended the I PISe^al witnesses were oslled on both sides-the complainant's witnesses positively swearing that defendant struck the blow which caused the frac ture, and the defendant's that Kang Sue waa n^ atThefiBmch remarked that there was no doubt that a violent assault had been committed on com plainant, but, the evidence being conflitting, they SavTthe...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Trade Report. COOMA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

fek H$gpi COOMA MARKETS. Wheat, 6a to 7s per bushel. Flour, 3d to 4d per lb., from £20 to £28 pw Oata, 10s per bushel. HoUe,10- Pollard 3s. 01 per bushel Bran, is Od ditto or HI lbs. Hay, per ton £9 to £11, according to quality. Ohcese,6dperlb. Butter, fresh, la 6d fiaoon, Colonial, 7d ditto. Ham, ditto nominal. Manilla Bope, Is. Biscuit., Fanoy, 1' 6* ditto Pickles, Pints, best brands, Is. per bottls' Fruits, ditto, Is 6d ditto. Jams, ditto Is 8d ditto. ICnstHd, Golema&'i 4-B»t 10d ptt bottl*. Salad Oil, ? pints. Is' pints, Is «1 ditto Oysters, 146., Is ad Lobsters, la 6d, Salmon, ditto. Is 64 Baiitns and Currants, 8d per lb. Starch, Ootaan's,8d do. in 41b. packets Oatmeal 6d ditto. Tea, belt black, is 3d ditto. Coffee, la 6d ditto. Bine, is 6d perlb. Candles, Beunosts, Is. Bd Bice, Patna, Sd per lb. Salt, 3d, fine 4d ditto. Tobacco, 8s to 10s. Soap, 6d perlb. Sugar, lipht 7dto Sd perlb., loaf, lid liaurttuB,«a.to;a.ttub. Collin's large Axes, 12s each. Brandy, Kartell's, 30...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. [We were campeued to omit the Knowing Jottw Uromtast j ferae, owing to » many advortisomenta being sent in at * ; late hour en Thnrsaay.] (1 j (From our CarrapmimtJ ?* ; whaling I redUy uonu «now w™ ™c »i™.~- ™.-. to t«K about. It is a pretty sure sign when the; Edenite* have nothing to j gossip about «J*«HL ?« in a sood humour, and hare had no domestic SSiySaw-*. least I have not heard rf« ^ry»ri.us breach of thepe.ee, although peopto dola5^atMr.andMre.-,whosenamesare«goo|J de^Tharder than their heads-were at it tooth and* ^n wZidavliubt on Sunday last; bu^ofcourse, it is only a malieioua report. ? ..; Karly this morning Davidsons crew were aaeni nuUine : lustily after a large whale, that was spontmg outside tne Heads. « rfurrah!1' says one, -theyVe rastenodl' 'No, they aintl' said another, ««nd; rtfcfnobbler. they SU, either 1» ThU?en^ proposal, however, was doomed to disappomtmeny footer a long chase, the whale »£«£^ opening what every one thinks will be a good...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE DISTRICT OF MANARO. (Per favour of the Manaro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE DIS TRICT OF MANARO. (Per favour of the Hanaro Mercury.) Although you have been warned over and over again, that the frightful scourge, pleuro-pneumonia was gradually making its way towards this district, and you were urged in the Mercury and by sundry private individuals to take measures to prevent our district from being desolated; yet, because you nave mtiierto Deen prosperous, and no disease has done your cattle harm before,- yon remained incredulous to the existence of this pestilence. What was entry mtait business nobody attended Jo,, and now, let me ask, how do we stand ? And now I address myself not only to the rich and wealthy sheep-owner— who, if he loses half or all his cattle will suffer only a comparatively slight inconvenience— but to the Bettlers, to the free Belectors, and the carriers. Neighbours and friends, how do we stand? Is it to our interest to allow this plague to come nigh our dwellings t Shall we derive any advantage by stopping at...

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 — 5 June 1863

(To the Editor of the Hanaro Mercury.) ~\ . Sib,— Noticing an -advertisement in your issue /I of the 22nd instant, for the formation of a Manaro A and Twofold Bay Steam Company, I would beg to **j inform the public that tenders have been long since j made by the Hlawarra Steam Navigation Company I for the regular calling'of one of their steamboats at ,: L Eden, but they were refused to be entertained, thliMfera the company would adopt Eden to the fit exclusion of Merimbula! To nave entertained insuch terms would have been to have inconvenienced tujnine-tenths of all the Manaro residents, who have unnaturally adopted Merimbula aa their port, from oejthe favourable position of that place. I The Hlawarra Steam Navigation Company are t htill willinc to run the Hunter or some first-class i Wteamer periodically, between Eden and Sydney, if i i»nv moderate encouragement would be given them. Mj Why the title of Manaro should have been eihffixed to this proposed company I know not, — c rarta...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE COOMA MAIL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

THE COOMA MAIL ROBBERY. At the Central Police Court, Sydney, on May 28, William Webb, 30, James Forrester, 18, and Henry Hare, 17, were charged with having, about one a.m. on the 19th May, on the high road be tween Bungendore and Bora, being armed, stopped and robbed her Majesty's mail. Senior-constable M'Aliater deposed that on the 22nd May, upon' information received, he apprehended The prisoners Forrester and Webb, the prisoner Hare being in custody for unlawfully wounding one Moses ; they were on their way from the lock-up to the steamer, and he told them that their mate (Hare) was call ing for them ; they went back, and then witness detained them on a charge of having stopped and robbed the mail ; they said nothing to the charge ; on Webb found a cheque for £100 drawn by diaries Lawson, a cheque for £100 drawn by Henry Hogarth, a cheque drawn by — Jones for £12 15s., a cheque by Spencer L. Bransby for £10 10*., a cheque by W. Graham for £10, one half of a £20 note, one half of ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Merrimbula Shipping. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

Merrimbula Shipping. AEMVAL. jhfay 30th.— Kiania, Capt. Kelt, from Sydney PaaVsengers, — Cabin, 4; steerage, 27. DEPARTURE. May Slst-Kiama, Capt Keft, to Sydney. PaasAmgers,— Cabin, 5; steerage, 7. IMPORTS. Pj rKiama, May 30th. — 2 oases drapery, 10 case old t om, 1 case jam, 1 case baking powders, 1 case inati hes, 1 hogshead rum, 28 bags rioe, 9 bags sag, . 6 boxes sperms, 2 bundles shovels, 6 bars iron.! .Heritage; 1 ca.se saddlery, 3 cases gin, 1 case Wlrff, 3 boxes candles, Sturgeon apd Haina; 1 par cel, Hteele s. 4 cases books, 2 packages, 1 parcel, 6 chii'iT, 1 sign-board, Knight ; 1 paroel, Manning ; package tobacco, 2 cases sundries, 2 kegs nails, Beck ; 3 packftges notice-boards, 1 package shovels, 1 package handles, 6 package table-tops, 1 package buckets, 1 package barrows, 1 package iron-work, 1 package trussels, 1 case, 1 bale, Cooma Police ; 4 eases cordials, 1 case jams, 1 case lollies, 1 bale, 6 (boxes soap, 3 kegs apples, 1 keg oatmeal, 1 keg sliot, 10 grindstones,...

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 — 5 June 1863

Department of Lands, - Sydney, 28th April, 1863 REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVE. ris hereby notified for general information, (bat His Excellency the Governor, with the adrice of the Executive Council, has been pleated to re vo e, under the 6th section of the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861, the temporary reservation, from sale, of the portion of land hereinafter de scribed. JOHN ROBERTSON. No. 12, at the Bald Hills, Bega River, Counfy of Auckland, District of Hanaro, containing 1| square miles. The Crown Lands within the following bounda ries ?.—Commencing on the right ban of the Bern or Bemboa River, at a point distant about f of a, mile westerly from the confluence of Tantawangalo Ores with that river; and bounded thence on the north by that river, upwards, to its confluence with Sandy Cree ; on the west by that cree, upwards, to a point bearing due south from that confluence, and by a line bearing south 28 chains ; ontsetjout) by a line bearing east to Tantawangalo Cree, and ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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NOOKS AND CORNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

HOOKS AND CORNERS. Mr. Editor — WLen one has nwde up lii« mind to the pfirfnrtnance of an uo «lPBSBnt. dutv, and finds tliat what he ixpected to prove a path of thorns turns out a way 'f flowers, how agreeable » blB surprise ! , Amnn^t rhe places «et down «s beino1 bareijr wiiuin iub jimo «» *.???..«.-.. — was 'the township on the sea-coast known as | Mornya, nud certes, 'had I not visited it, I should find it, difficult to entertain any other idea of it tlwn that it was a small place «omew»iers nt thn hack of the world— tavinp h fpwinhahi»«mV« struggling epatnst ._*_.._ r ? n i:«;«n- on-1 Imninr ommiRt hone— waiting, like the poor cormorant on the Took, standing -upon one leg, ansioudy ex pecting the Trtuin tide— a tide which to him appeared never intended to flow again. A dismal picture encmgii ; just one or two respectable people, alienated from society, and living in agtateof cnnt-helpativenewi? j ? snna nr two unfortunate Government 'hacks » sent out of the way to *e done with ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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WELLINGTON DISTRICT. No. 38. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

WELLINGTON DISTRICT. Vn 3S Albert Water-hole. ? . ? . ? _, — Estimated Area— 16,000 acres. ' ?? Upset Rent— £25. For boundaries see Goremmsnt Gazette, No. 82, of 12th May, 1863. 610

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

Mr. ALPHONSE B. GIRARD, -f V /S2TTORWEY, '?-????'';'? , SOLICITOR, PROpTOR, AND, ? - ^CONVEYANCER. - * ? VTXFFICE— «t Ward's, Jjord Banian Hotel, near .. \i7 . Court-house, Cooma. '571 SSAB THB SHf BBIDGB, ' '. SH/HtP*STB12ET, COOMA. FOE TRAVELLERS. * PRIVATE SUITES OP .APART MENTS. ONE OF THTTEBTON'S BEST ? «OOD SXApLjCSKS-. AHB PADDOCKS. yk, STURGEON ?. l£-t.c. ?,'.'. ' Pbopbdstor. [A CAltD.l WILLIAM ROSS, General Storekeeper, AUCTIONEER AKS COMMISSION AGENT, ' 1 tc. CALEDONIAN STORE, COOMA. IX CABD.] FRED. 'BERISTE, Auctioneer Sf, Commission Agent 30-t.c rANBULA. [A CABD.] ME. J. W. SOBXVENEE, Sen., . S O X- 1 C I T.O It , ' CONVEYANCER, PROCTOR, &c. MO1TABO-STBKET, QVEAN3HYAN. ?2- .* T. MATTHEWS, --?-- AVCTIONCER&dOMXflXSSXON f 1 UU Auction Booms erenow open for the reoep J- tion of goods intended for public sale ; no charge ibr storage. - 623 [a cabd.] MAUBICE J8OLOMON, June., AUCTIONEER A1SB COMMISSION AGENT, BOMBALA. gg° Highest Cash Price given for Gold. 629 ...

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 — 5 June 1863

NEW WINTER GOODS, NEW WINTER, GOOl! HINTON BROTHERS \ 11 ? '??mm HAVE pipBsnro in annonncinp to thfir ciiBtomern thnt they Imvo received theiKffip Minniv for Ap opasnn of NEW WrNTER GOODS, conwstinfi: of twenty»J cnse« and fivp hnien of Drapery, which tbny purpose selling1 at onch prices as must commtiu] Bttention. . Thpir present arrivals comprise an extensive assortment in ' f* ? LADIES' DARK WINTER DRESSES. V J?(*l Aberdeen Winseys j Llamas, in all shades and rolnura ' ? Ditto ditto in drpsa lengths Broclie Poplin Dreeiiito, dark colours - All wool Plaids, in various clans . French Merino and Cashmere, in ever} quality, Onln PIbMh. ditto colonr. and shade French' Delaines and Mohairs, in new colours Ladies' Tweed, in all colours '; SHAWLS AND MANTLES. Iione TJmni Kcarfr KaiBed Wool Sosrfa T)itto Fur-hound Shawls . Ditto ditto Shntrin -? - PninleyAmrfu - large and small Plaid ditto „., .:? ' '. Black Embroiderer! Llama Scurfs Ditto ditto Scarfs' ... A great variety in Winter Croat...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

two persons just named called at Venteman's pnblic-houso at New Providence, where all three are Baid to have drank pretty freely, and they started from there together, taking with them a bottle of grog, and the deceased on leaving was Boarcely able to retain hiB seat in the saddle. What occurred afterwards is as yet involved in mystery, except that they separated from each other some where in the bush, and that GUhra reporteJ at Russell's that deceased had gone into the bush. A number of persons went in searctt oi uyncn^uu. up to Tuesday last could discover no traces of him. On the morning of that day a son of the deceased, and James Ryan, came upon the horse the elder Lynoh had been riding, and in two hours after wards they found the body of the man in a close !? y scrub, about two miles from where they found the ly*/ horse. The man's face had been completely eaten % away by the wild cats, the flesh being torn from just above his necktie to the crown of his head. The persons who ha...

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 — 5 June 1863

j Mr. William Kent. 1 HEREBY rive you notice, that unless you . ' release the Horse left with me to be broken, i tin one month from this date tlie same will be a , to defray expenses. ' ??'' J. W. SILK, Juke., ?6,- Boeo. A PUBLIC MEETING Will be held at If. ANGUS MCDONALD'S INN | j HIMTTTBELLE, I I On Satnrdayi 13fb instant, TOR the purpose of organizing a party for J Frospeoting the neighbourhood of Nimity tt. AU parties interested are earnestly invited Attend at 7 pjn. sharp. 652 J ? i\ Evening Classes. *l ? ?ft ENING CLASSES are now being formed \3 fortheBtudy of the following subjects, viz.. — B ng, English Grammar and Analysis of Sen Je , Geography, Writing, Arithmetic, Algebra, 13 etry, and Elementary Latin. For terms and fa ulars apply to National School, 6 Cooma. Fat Cattle. f rENTY-FIVE head of FAT BULLOCKS | for sale. Apply to | WM. BEOWN, : ?' - Boloco Creek, Snowy River. jjjl ? Manaro. W~ Bank Notice] 1JITHUR8DAT, the 11th June, wiU be a KPUBLIC HOLIDAY, the Bank will, b...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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WARREGO DISTRICT No. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

WABBEGO DISTRICT No. 27. West Warrego, No. 6. Estimated Area— 20,500 acres. PpBet Bent— £17. No. 28. West Warrego, No. 7. Estimated Area— 20,800 acres. Upset Bent— £17. No. 29. WeetWarrego.No. Estimated Area— 20,600 acres. Upset Bent-£17. No. 80. West Warrego, No. 9. ? Estimated Area— 35,200 acres. Upset Bent -£28. No. 31. West Warrego, No. 10. Estimated Area— 39,700 acres. Upset Bent— £31. No. 82. West Warrego, No. 11. Estimated Area— 19,200 acra*. Upset Bent— £15. No. 33. West Warrego, No. It. Estimated Area— 30,700 acre*. Upset Bent— £24. No. 84. West Warrego, No. 13. Estimated Area— 46,400 acres. Upset Bent— £36. No. 35. West Warrego, No. 14. Estimated Ana— 49,300 acres. Upset Bent— £89. No. 36. East Bogan, No. 25. Estimated Area— 10,880 acres. Upset Bent— £17. No. 87. CawwallWest. Estimated Ana— 16,000 acre*. Upset Beat— £25.

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NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT. No. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

4TEW ENGLAND DISTRICT. No. 26. Bielsdoune Creek. Estimated Area— 1G.OO0 acres. Upset Bent— £13.

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MACLEAY DISTRICT. No. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

MAOLEAY DISTRICT. Ifo. 14, Calntine. Estimated Area— 11,520 acres. Upset Rent— £10. No. 15. Corrungala. Estimated Area— 15,360 aeres. Upset Bent— £12. So. 16. Moonaba. Estimated Area — 4450 aoros. Upset Bent— £10. No. 17. Yarmbandini. Estimated Area — 23,010 aeres. Upset Bent— £18.

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LACHLAN DISTRICT. No. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

LACHLAN DISTRICT. No. 10. Alma, No. 8. Estimated Ares— 25,600 acres. tTpset Bent— £40. No. 11. Salmagundia. Estimated Ana— 23,0*0 acres. Upset Bent— £36. No. 12. Manna. Estimated Ana— 28,600 acres. Upset Rent— £40. No. 13. Haradhtin, Estimated Area — 50,000 acres. Upset Bent— £39.

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