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MURRUMBIDGEE DISTRICT. No. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

MUBRtTMBIDQEK DISTRICT. No. 22. Yarraiigobilly North. Estimated Area- 20,000 acres. Upset Bent— £32. No. 23. Asiritoothbong. Estimated Area— 45,000 acres. Upset Bent-£36. No. 24. Coonargo, Block D. Estimated Area— 20,480 acres. Upset Beet— £32. No. 25. Coonargo, Block E. Estimated Area— 17,430 aeres. Upset Bent— £28.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANARO DISTRICT. No. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

MANARO DISTBICT. No. 18. Biddi. Estimated Area — 10,000 acres. Upset Bent— £16. No. 19. Fair-field. Estimated Area ? 3000 acres. Upset Bent— £10. No. 20. Nnrongo. Estimated Area— 8000 acres. Upset Bent-£13. No. 21. Wog Woe. Estimated Area— 15,360 acres. Upset Runt— £2i.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A YANKEE LOVE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

A YANKEE LOVE STORY. (Trom the Orpheui C. Kerr Papert.) Washington D.C., March 25th, 1861. — ' Anybody'd think that creation was born with a frock on, to hear tbe way you younkers tafk woman. Darn the she-criiters 1' says be, shutting bis jack-knife with a clash. ' I'd rayther be as lonesome as a borryed pup, than see a piece of caiiker as big as a pancake. What's wimmen but a tarnation bundle of gammon and petticoats.' *? Power ful ! Be you married folks, stranger V ' Not yet,' says I. ' Don't never be then,*' says be. ' My name's Smith — one of the Smithses down to Salsbury, that's gaarmteed to put away as much provender and carry as big a turkey as ever set on critters down in that HeestricU And whilst my name's Smitn, there'll never be a yonnker to call me * daddy/ ef a gal was to have Jerusalem tantrums after me. Your'n a stranger, and ain't married folks; but I don't mind tellin' ye about a goldSt-ed rumpus I got into down in Salsbury, when I took to a gal that cluck ont all a...

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

EXTRAORDINARY BISCLOSUEE. The following correspondencs appeared in the Weekly Empires — Ib the Editor of tbe Empire. Sir, ? Should you tonsider ihe publication *it ili« pnnlnspil corresDomlence to be for the jpoblic good, yon are at liberty to use it. /' I have the honour «o be, Sir, / Yours truly, /VT. Redman. forbes, 21st May. Hu.nter.st., Sydy, Moy 2™*. 1863. My dear Sir,— Having heard that yo» are about ?toremghnyourwatm the asMmWy, may * tAe the Libety of asking wither such is the caBe; and ?r ? :.i.~. .™, n-nulii Bmrint me in case I Btand for rthe Electorate? I know yon are fond of a/«, which I ™-uld not object to, prodded you would esrist me in getting mtnmed? that in, of course, Wbject to your re tiring. I Have no doubt yon Have Friends thereto ?whonie introductions would Be valuable. A reply upon llris maUer will much oblige Tonr obt. servant, Moejus Abhee. W. Redman, Esq., M.?., Forbes. Morris Asher, K«q, Hunter-sK, Sydney. Toft*, 19th May, 1663. Sir,— When you submitted y...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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CLARENCE DISTRICT. No. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

CLARENCE DISTBICT. No. e. Somerrale. Estimated Area— 6760 acres. Upset Bent— £tO.

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 — 5 June 1863

The fears expressed in tins journal a short time since as to thn spread of pleuro nneuraonia among? the herds of ,onr stock holders appear to Lave cautwd some inquiry to be made on the subject In various quarters, and we find that n report Las disease had broken out at Gipps Land, anaong some cattle brought there from a ManRro station. Ar this report is calcu lated to cause serious injury to this district, we take tha liberty of stating that it is utterly groundless, the disease in question having never yet made its appearance among us. True, it has been reported that some woroing oiuiocks, we property ui carriers from down country, iiad been known to have died of pieuro-pneiimonia near Micalago ; but as to any sign of its appear ance nearer than the place referred to, we ore in n position to assert that nothing of the kind has occurred. The Victorian pleuro-pneumonia commis sioner, Mr. De Ve', «=ays that 'in conse qnence of the disease having appeared in Gidds Land. suDDOsed to hav...

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 — 5 June 1863

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. A Braidwood Diooeb'6 Opinion of the New Zealand Gold-Fields. — The vicissi tudes attendant upon a digger's life were never more forcibly illustrated than in the recent adventures of our' old friend, Mr. J. P. Sweeney, at New Zealand, from whom we (Braiitwood Observer) have a lengdiy note Irora Lysll's Creek, Buller River diggings, on the west coaBt, dated 28tb April last, portions of which we publish in order to show tbe residents of our gold-fields that they had better stay wbere they are and get a little than proceed to New Zealand and stand a chance of stsrvstion, as many are now doing if the winter is very bad. ProvUions, according to the note, are not obtainable in sufficient quantities, so that those who have comfortable homes are advised to take care of them. With his characteristic honesty of purpose, we have a plain unvarnished tale from Pat Sweeney. He left Sydney on the 4th of March, 1863, in the steamer Lord Ashley, bound for Otago, touching at Nelso...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY, JUNE 1,1863. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. -,'. ? Monday, Jtoe 1, 1863. ^Before B. Dawson, Esq., P.M., A. Hamilton, J. W. C.' Merryweather, and A. Montague, Enquires, J.P.) . TTSL1WFULLT BETAIKIKO A HOBSB. John Thomas Tuckwill appeared on summons, charged with illegally retaining possession of a ?.i-_l_ JIM— *.!._ »-*wim- .i nf -Tsilm Tinrlnil UlUCsV U11V| wilt? iitsifrmfj w» «**??»? -m.»i»- -????? The information having been read by the police magistrate, John Tindall was sworn and deposed : The contents of the information are true ; I have seen the filly outside the court this morning, and I swear (she is my properly ; I never lent, sold, or in any way disposed of the filly. Cross-examined by Tuckwill : I released the filly out of tho pound ; previous to taking her out Iroped her and put a baiter on uer necK ; l men took her home to my residence at Nimitybelle ; I srear I bred the filly. ?By the Bench: I believe the filly is rising five years old. Oliver Tindall, son of the last witness, deposed : I re...

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

Auction Sales. ' A KT PERSON favoring the undersigned with J\ Hornet, Cattlfl. or Sheep for wle hv auction, can hare the line of the Homebush Paddocks, (nee of charge until the doy of mile, which ran be con ducted anvwh ire the proprietor may choose. THOMAS DAWSON. Auctioneer and Commission Agent, 48-9 438 George-stre-t, Sydney. Nimmo Saw Mills. THIS SAW MILL m now in working order, and the proprietor is prepared to supply every description of Timber on the shortest notice. Apply to AUGUST SCHLICK, £2-12 Manager. Twenty Pound* Reward. STOLEN or STRAYED from Currawang, Mbniro, about 7rti January, 1832, one horse . of the following description : — One Blncfe Horse, with email white star in forehead, a little white near the hind fetlock, about .fourteen and a linlf hnndt high, rather a thick set horse, branded NR near shoulder, long pulled tail down to the hock when lost.. A reward of £2 trill be paid for the restoration of each horse if strayefl ', or the nbove reward if 6tolen, on co...

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COOMA SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

COOMA SMALL DEBTS COURT. On Monday last the usual monthly sitting of this court was held. The magistrates present were, B. Dawson, Esq., P.M., Dr. Merryweather, A. Hamilton and A. Montgue, Esquires, J.P. There were only three cases for hearing, which were disposed of as follows: —   STEWARDS OF COOMA RACES 1863, V. JOHN FISHER CRIPPS. In this case Mr. Cripps was summoned for the sum of £5, being amount of subscription alleged to have been promised by him to the race fund. Mr. Curry, the honorary secretary of the races, was sworn, when Mr. Cripps objected to his being heard in the matter. Mr. Curry was not one of the stewards, and he (Mr. Cripps) would like to know upon what authority he was acting?   Mr. Curry said he had been instructed at a public meeting of the stewards to sue Mr. Cripps, and presumed in Courts of Request stewards or others might appear by agent. The bench admitted the correctness of Mr. Curry's argument; but as he was not possessed of &...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 June 1863

SYDNEY BUMMABY. Monday afternoon. Pasxiahekt has been prorogued to the 23rd June, upon which day members are required to giro their attendance for the dispatch of business. Bur ing the recess the ranks of the Ministerial party have -een materially thinned, and the oppositionist*' proportionately strengthened. In West Sydney Mr. Geoflrej Eagar succeeds Mr. W. 0. Windeyer, and on the former gentleman the Cowper govern ment ?will meet with a determined foe. .Mr. Eagar occupied the position of Minister for Works in the Forstor Ministry, and no doubt, in the event of a change of administration taking place, will be called upon to fill the same office. Mr. Darvall is almost sura to be elected in roe mm m u» late Mr. James Dickson, for East MaiUand, and maybe looked upon as certain to make one in forming an administration with Messrs. Forster, Eagar, Martin, Wilson, and Piddington. Then there is a declared enemy to.anything and every thing Cowperun in Mr. James Buchanan, the suc cessor of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 June 1863

? — ? ..- Sadden Death nn-, V.^. 'rtiun ?iMtrucHBn of Rats, Miw, Valve £S5i.^f ' V . 'I1 lll-'iw''«l°n of V*nnta. Sold in packets. Jj sal &, brMCHOLAS WEEKE3, il. Pnrra {'ttMtnct, Sydney, and by J. .^b^T'oTrkIECT The Mother's Friend OE INFANTS' SOOTHIXQ POWDEES. Caution* LETCHFORD'S WAX V3ESTAS. 13 LETCHPORD A- nn m.BHn-.I».i.i..f_-ar.^.*. ? » ^Sr001' X-^fita* aSSrfc. Waited^ The Best Remedy for Indigestion CAMOMILE PILLS %? Onfcis fo be made payable by London Houses. ^^__ ? 39-39 'Hie Most Constant Friend. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. }-0SSESSED of this remedy every man Is his own Famfly Physician. If hi. Vifeo^hildra beSSnbl™ £ad LtgM and Bad Srcattt. in-£o ™T^?^ Oteta™t ha^ known «« M either &r^O?mfl!08?lt^n'ini™?lble- Ifdrowseraeinttio tegs, the Ointmont will cure it if used with the i Fills. Skill Dinatct, houmr Desperate, mag be EadkaVu - Cured. J^iSl^?.i? '?and«'^l*e afflictions yield to ttemiBnty ^t^^ytuTe°^Um-Badar.'»4tteKll. Gmti-md Rbeumatlm. ' ' This inraluabl^ p...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER FOR LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 June 1863

DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER FOB LANDS. (From the Goulburn Herald.) At four o'clock yesterday (Tuesday) the deputation appointed at the public meeting waited on the Honorable the Minister for Lands. The deputation was introduced by Mr. Cowper, junior. The Mayor (Mr. W. Davies) said that, as chairman of the public meeting, held on the previous evening, he had been deputed, with the gentlemen by whom he was accompanied, to wait on the secretary for lands, with the view of eliciting any information, with respect to the progress of the railway, which it might be in the power of the honorable gentleman to afford. Mr. Robertson said that he need hardly remind the deputation that he was not secre tary for works Still the question of railway communication was one to which he and every member of the government had given very great consideration, nnn they were all equally anxious to extend the railway as rapi'liy as possible, not only to tne soutu but to in' norm a|id west. The railway from Cam...

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Merrimbula Shipping. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 June 1863

^ jMerrinilmla Skipping. . '\ ', aubtval. Junci'Sth.— Hur.tor, C»pt. SnUiv&a, fiom Sydney. Fas sepgers^atbin, 6; steerage, }t. DEPASTURE. Jnnejlfh. — Hunter, Copt. Sullitan, to Sydney. Passen gers,— cabin, 4; steerage, 5. ! nrpniiTS. Per Hmiter, June 6th.— 1 x&est drapers, 2 chests sundries, cheat t*, lease,'! bornoap, t keg vinegar, 1 tux salt, 1 bag rice, 5 'bogs sugar, loaak apples, Evuna; I plough, 1 pur! boron, Peuiergttstj 1 parcel, 1 box, Kcsterton; 1 boxuJlfarcel, 1 nest tubs, 1 dray, 10 bows, £0 chains, WrajfJ^liedmixa-y, 1 case confectionary, 2 cases sundries, case grpceiies, 1 cats pipes, 1 case mutches, 1 case starch, ! -boxes Van, it bags «URor, 1 bap nails, 1 balo leather, papooli, Oliver; 2 casea sundries, lease aim, lcauoil, 1 bundle Buckets, 1 piteaw, 1 iron pot, Hopkins; 4 cafes Bundriffl.'l case oil, S cases loUtos, 2 mats dates, 1 keg apples, S jjpgt nails, 1 task hoise-shoo, L trues, YTinicycr ; 22 sheets iron, 1 bundle spades, 1 Meg «oda, 1 casU...

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 — 12 June 1863

At A PUBLIC MEETING, field Within the Bombala Court House on Monday, the eighteenth day of Hay, 1863— JOHN NICHOLSON, Eso,, J.P, In ths Chair, fTrtHE following resolutions were unanimously JL proposed and seconded: — 1st— Proposed by Wm. Duguid, and seconded l»y E. Jonas, Esq., J.P.— That this meeting, havinn under consideration e communication from Mr. Charles Do Ye, a Pleuro-pneumonia Commissioner for the Dis trict of CKpps' Land, within the Colony oi Victoria, stating the existence of Pleuropneu raottia in Gipps' Land, and havine furthei lieard the statement of Mr. John Nicoll, Asserting his personal knowledge of the fact oi that disease having attacked certain herds ol ?cattle in the district aforesaid, resolve tn ?address the honorable the Minister for Lands, to appoint inspectors with the least possible 'delay, so chat cattle may be prohibited from ?entering New South Wales through the pas toral district of Mauaro, which hitherto has Tjeen wholly exempt from the ranges of pieu...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Trade Report. COOMA MARKETS, [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 June 1863

€0i Stfflt 00OMA MARKETS, Oata, 10s per bushel. Poilud 3s. Od per bushel Bran, 3s Oi ditto of SO lbs. Hay, per«on£Slo4tlS,«oo»raiBg to quality. Cheese, Oft per lb. Butter, fresh, lsOd Bacon, Oolonial,7d ditto. Ham, ditto nominal. MarinUEopt, Is. Bisonita. Fancy, Is 6d ditto Pickles, Pinto, bwt brands, Is. per bottlo n~.it. iota, UCd ditto. Jams, ditto Is Dd ditto. Mustard, Ooleman'i i-lbs, 10a ptr bottle. Salad Oil, J pints. Is, pints, Is 6d ditto Oysters, Mb., Is6d TilBbn, Is «d, Salmon, ditto. It 61 Balrfns and Current!, 8d Mr lb. Starch, Oolman's, M do. taflb. packet. Oatmeal 6a ditto. - Tea. best black, Isldditto. ?Ooffee, la «a ditto. Blue, ls«d per lb. Candles, Sdmonta, Is. 64 . Bioe.Fatua.tdperlb. J Salt/U, fine 4d ditto. : Tobaon,8sioln-. Suwr^U^MtaiVdperlb. loaf; lid j Knmtui,«dtoJ4dli«, j CotUn'sIaise Axes, 19s each. a Brandy, MarWP«,S0s per gallon, ib quaaotitl, 1 SgaUona.- ? 1 BunuSOO.r.SOs. Sort WlnMpwd, 17s ditto. _ :. Sherry, ta»d, 17s ditto. / Ale and Porter, 31a 04 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 June 1863

NEW WINTER GOODS. NEW WINTER GOODS, HINTON BROTHERS TTAVE plflftwirfl in annonncine' to thpir customers thnt they lmve received their first -1-1- supply for the epnson of NEW WINTER GOODS, consisting of twenty-fivn cases and five Imles of Drapery, which they purpose selling at oncb prices as must command Attention. Their present arrivals comprise an extensive assortment in LADIES' DARK WINTER DRESSES. Jfoal Aberdeen Winseys Ditto ditto in dress lengths All wool Plaids, in various clans Gala Fluids, ditto French Delaines and Moliairs, in new colours Llamas, in all shades and colours Broche Poplin Dregnite, dark colonrs French Merino and Cashmere, merer; qualify, colour, and shade Ladies' Tweed, in all colours SHAWLS AND MANTLES. Long Llama Scarfs Ditto Fin-hound Shawls Pninlev Rrarfn Black Embroidered Llnma Scurfs A great variety in Winter Cloaks, Raised Wool Soarfe Ditto ditto Shawls Lnrse and small Plaid ditto Ditto ditto Scarfs in all colours — new shapes. DARK WINTER PRINTS. JToy...

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 — 12 June 1863

Mr. AiJPHOJfSE B. GIRAEI ' , '* ATTORNEY, mirciTOR, pnocron, and CONVEYANCER. 0FFICE-4t Ward's, Lord Raglan Hotel, no Oouft-honse, Cooma. 61 if ft! -lit 11, WRAtt THE SEW BBTDQfi, SHtRP-STREfiT, COOMA. FOR TRAVELLERS. PBFFATE SUITES OP APARTMENTS. ONE OF THUfiarON'S BEST good smBLiNa j&v ^JflipboBB.™ flS-fcc , Pbopbietob. SYDNEY STEAMER f|»HE RESIDENTS oh Hanaro, at Bega, an JL in the Twofold Bay District generally, er, informed that the Powerful Steamer, of th- JJlawarra Steam Navigation Company make WEEKLY TRIPS MEEKIMBTJJiA & SYDNEY, And ply regularly, as under; FBOM.Srbjsrr, ? ' Every Wednesday, at 10 a.m. Fnoit irEEKiMBrrti. Every Saturday, at 10 a.m. fares and freight at the iiaual low rates. N .B. — Carriers are always obtainable at Merrim bula, at 20s per ton less than the Eden rates. ADAM K. PAGE, 48 to. Agent for T.S. S. Co., MemrnbuTa. Evening Classes. EVENING CLASSES are nowfcemg formed for Hie study of the following subjects, viz..— Heading, English Gram...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 June 1863

Weekly Cntemlar. Month Dar Sun Slln 1[ns- . J' .' ri«a. Mid. nge. June 13 Saturday ? j° o 4' si M J4 Sunday ? 7 7 4 41 87 15 Mondny ? 7 8 4 52 88 16 Tiiosday ? 7 8 4 52 0 1/ Wednesday ? 7 B 4 SS 1 18 Thursday ? 7 g 442 S 19 Fnday ? 7 8 4 58 3 Xew Moon at 6 » p.m. ou the 16lh of Jane. - MANARO MERCURY, Alfl- OO01IA AND BOKBAtA ADVEBTIBEE. COOMA, FBIDAY, JUNE 12,1863.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 June 1863

? Notice. Cpoma; 28th May, 1863. THE partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, uniier tile name pf Unin, Stur geon and Co , is this day dissolved by mutual con pent. All Srore accounts to be pud to SamBOn Hain, »nd Hotel accounts to Sturgeon and Hain. SAMSON HAIN, WILLIAM STURGEON, SAMUEL HAIN. ' Witness— H. J. G. CURRY. 046 SEEDS. SEEDS. WATERLOO STORE. A. FEKSH lot of Garden nnd other Seeds just to hand, including — Onion, Cabbage, Carrot, Turnip, Radish, Lettuce, * Parsnip, Lucerne, Closer. 686. ?'??'.'? BAMBONHAIN. [i CAM).] T. MATTHEWS, AUCTIONEER 6c COMMISSION AGENT, 1 BOMBALA-STREET, COOMA. riiuis Auction Rooms arenowopen for the recep I tion of goods intended for public sale; no charge for storage. 523 [A CABD.l WILLIAM ROSS, General Storekeeper, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT, 1 t.c. CALEDONIAN STORE, COOMA. [a cabd.] ME. J. W. SCRIVENER, Sen., SO K. ICITOIl, CONVEYANCER, PROCTOR, &c. HONABO-STBEET, QUEANB EVAN. [A CARD.] MAURICE SOLOMON, June., AUCT...

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