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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

DEPASTURE. JunoMlh.— Kiama, Captain Koft, for Sydney. Bassoc gon— cabin, 2 ; steerage, -. . ,. . -

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 MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

v----v---1i^*^|^rV;::;: .'??-? p: .:t:--.=v''MTO6Hi''toraaw^:'''.:4-:'--:- :'?.':'. ?' ?'! .OstSjUsperfcuJS.**''^'-. V:'' - .Fo'lUnlS-.(Mperirtuh«l , . Biaa, to Mdifcof Softs. Hay, p«*oii»to««,aosorilBgto:mialitx. ahsesa,Mperlb. B1tttBr.ftMl1.U6d ? Jtaoon, GolondaUMdltto. Xqub . ditto &oBunai- . BlMuto,F«Sy,U6a ditto PioMes,«ntt,T»tt brands, U.jerbottt* ? JamTiltto u fld ditto. Salad m, 1 pints. Is' ptato, la 6d ditto Oysters, t-IB., Is 6d Xobstere,U 61, SUmon, ditto, l«6a . .Baiauu«ndCamnta.8dtwrlD. 6taroh. Oolman'6,8d do. Ui 43b. packets Oatneaiedaitta. Tea, best black, *s Sd ditto. Coffee. Is 6d ditto. .BtaaTisSaperlb. , ? Oindlcs, Behnonta, Is. 6d Bice, P*tna,H per lb. 8»U,M, flna 4d ditto. ' Tobaoeo,3stolO-. .'. ? IS^^Wto»dperlb,loai;nd Brandy, MatteU's.MspMgaUoii, In «nanBtttt, ? - sadlons. . . Eim.SOO.P.SOs. '?: ? : Port Wiaa, good, 17s ditto. Bheny.Booo; Htaitto. - Ale and Fotter, 11b Od per dozen. .? 1 Oin, per ease flis^cadi - Blaatots,20stoJS8aoootdingto«.iiml«y. ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

DCPOET8. Ear Ktoaa, Jane »tfa.-aiiogn)ieadi mm. IDntim Bras.; ~ ' 82tag8«npir, 4 lags salt, 6 boxeteoap, 2 braa- totxwco, lObouacuiaira, lbotptpcfl, 1 bosnumes, Idumjeim, ' JcMesBHislaid, Kjawtlat, loaeoyirtKB, 1 cue aalmro, , J«SMMi(iiu,le»wfiiUt,l«as«i-u,J«aae-aaidiiiia,leiisa ' -t*mb, low »tddMt-m«.lt)Ut«,4awe.«nIidii«, Snws ??; .. eil, lou«ax*s, leua tasks, t oaws drapery, «fcig»ri»£, . Hcsgbodev, lcaak«da, lcaskoomiita,'l«aslclnmiiiai 'gorr, 4 p«!kambt-ota,l package sup, 1 pactowo buoteta, I pooWe spades, S baits, S trassea, 7 k^aiuUa, IS out bnxss. HcOregor; 1 box boots, lbolfjass, S boxesMap, 1 bundle lsaUier, 10 nogduads wine, 1 keg herrings, S kegs saOs, C brooms, 3 cases drapery, lease axes, S cases Trine, 1 cans sundrias, 1 case sarffoea, I half-tierce totacoo, 1 hag in huidl«, S bags sugvr, S bundles aaws, » boilera, S pa*, oela, 1 ba»,J chests to, 3 casks sods water, 4 casks hotBed beer, 1 cade biscuits, 1 churn, 1 pole dray, 8 yoBts, IS bows, 6chaiDs, Stales, Poire; 1 ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE VICTORIAN PLEURO-PNEUMONIA COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

THE VICTORIAN PLEURO-PNEtJMONIA COMMISSION. (From the Yeoman J The commissioners appointed to inquire into ' the origin and nature of the disease known as pleuro. pneumonia' have submitted to His Excellency the Governor a progress report) which was laid . Before parliament on Tuesday. We understand tha! this document shows that the commissioners are clearly of opinion that the disease now prevailing among cattle in Victoria is identical with that which has long raged on the con tinent of Europe, and more recently in Great Britain and Ireland, and whioh is known as long disease, pulmonary murrain, andexudatory pluero pnuomonia. This disease appears to have been introduced to the colony by an English oow, pur chased by Mr. Boadle, of the Plenty, in 1659. It first spread among Mr. Bosdle's cattle, and those of bis neighbours, after whioh it extended to Broadmeadows, and thence was disseminated (most probably by working bullocks) along the the course of the Bydney.road, until, in 1861, ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

EXP0BT8. «0 cheeses, 1 hcrse, & bags baoon; 4 cues, 32 kegs butter, and sundries.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MURDER AT CHATHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

THE M0RDKE AT CHATHAM:. (From the DnRg Xews, March 19 '.) Tbr 'cnse of die lad .-Robert Alexander ' 'Bm foil, who was convicted fit Haidstnne/ .. -on W--Hnfisday, of murder und«r vpry pecu . liar circnmetancw, apppare to create a great deal of public interest, but no steps have yet been taken by any parties to procure . -rinv commutation of. the sentence. - The miaprsMe culprit still exhibits the same recklessness and. liardilmod of demeanour that liave eh.iracterMed . him ever since tbe -commission of tbe crime. It has been already stated that he Actually laughed in the fsce of tbn learned judge, who was bin^i ?Relf -deeply affected, -when lie passeS judg ment of death «|ion him ; and, alter be lind hem taken back. to. tbe gaol,. lie very coolly asked to l)e allowed to have an additional ailo WMnce of food and also some teer, which . - 'Jie said iehnd nmlerstood was always $fi»ent» priwnerB under sentence of deatn, :????'.. from the period jof. their conviction to the' ?eentence be...

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 — 19 June 1863

. 4--?v ' JJfotice. ..'.?;'? ? i '' , ' [ Ck»)n«^28th M»J. «?& , rpHE partnership hprel»rnre existing between the JL . itnaeraigneid, un-W the name of Haiti, Stur geon und «V, is tliis day dissolved by:mutual con ?MifcT All Srore'accouuta'lo be paid to .Samson Hahy end Hotel accounts to Sturgeon and Hain. SAMSON HAIN, *. i WILLIAM, 8MTEGEGN, ' SAMUEL HAIN. 'Witnwj— H.J.a.CUEtty. 646 . 8RED8. SEEDS. WA^EBLOO STOBE. AFRESH let of Garden and other Seeds jtut ! ,ta;haud, indiuling— t Onittn, Cabbage, 'Carrot, Tttrnlp,, Radish, Lettuce, ' - . ,.- Pawiilp, lAcerne, Clover. «88 /-;'.'?- i-i-.s-.-.---. - SAM8C»r«AIN. ? f- CABD.] . . T. JIA.TTHEWS, AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION ,! ? ' \. . AGENT, «' ? ? . BOMBALA-STREET, COOMA. TTIHB Auction Roams are now open forthereeep X tram' of goods intended for public »«ie? no charge for storage. 528 . ; [*- CABB.1 WILLIAM ROSS, iSeneml Storekeeper, A.TOTIONEEEAKD tJOSQHSSION AGENT, 7t.c 0ALED0NIA1T STORE, COOMA. [a oabd.] MR. J. W. SCRIVENE...

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 — 19 June 1863

STEAM BETWEEN SYDNEY AND MEUKIITIBVLrA. The Mimosa or Hunter Steamer, TTIROM Mebbucbitla. every Saturday, at 10 a.jn. JJ (calling at Tarthara, for the convenience of shippers from Bega); leaving Sxshby each Wed nesday, at 10 a.m. Fares and freight at the usual low rates. ADAM K. PAGE, 666 Agent for I. S. N. do., Merrimbula: Mr. William Kent. I HEREBY give you notice, that unless you release the Horse loft with me to be broken, within one month from this date tlie same will be Bold to defray expenses. 3. W. SILK, JtmE., -55i . Boco. ' ? ' Department of Lands, - Sydney, 1st June, 1863. Site for a Town. HIS Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, directs it to be 1 notified, thut in pursuance of the provisions of the ' Crown Land* Alienation Act 0/I86I,' the fol lowing portion of Crown Land is declared to be set apart as a site for a town, namely : — TOWN OF KUITDB1. County of Wallace, Parish of Kiandra, on the Eucumbene Biver, at KUndra, District of Maoaro, ...

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KIANDRA. POLICE OFFICE, 10th JUNE, 1663. (Before V. D. Kant, Esq, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

KIANDRA. ? ' ?? : (From a eorremmdent.) Polioe Office, 10th June, 1663. ? (Before F. D. Mant, Esq., J.P.) UliTAUnBG MONEY UITDKB FALSE PRETENCES. Thomas Smith, aliai Slater, aluu Davis, was charged wjfh. obtaining money trader false pre tences, by means of forged cheques, drawn on the Bank of New South Wales, Goulburn. After tricing certain evidence as to the forgery, tho prisoner was remanded tUl the 18th instant, in order to .procure the attendance of one of the officbUfrfm UieBantat Qtjulburn. ' ; Another irisoner, nanied Birch (with a number «f alia»e»5p-»lii'iirougnt upon suspidon of horse stealing aftd^gfa way robbery. Alter hearing evi dence, tbo prisoner wai dispharged. ,, The Banie prisoner -was thoa charged with having obtained 'fcooBs under false pretences, from one Angus McDonald, of Uimitybelle, and he was remanded.thUher to be dealt with. On the 11th instant, great excitement prevailed at Kiandra, in consequence of the celebration of the marriage of His Boyal Highness ...

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EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. (tram our Oomtpmimt.) The steamer movement has taken the right direc tion at hut, and all the prophecies aB to the attempt being a failure are blown, to the winds, and the egotists who prophecied laughed at. During the lust week, no less than 400 or 600 shares have been taken up in Eden alone, with a rail confidence in their turning out profitable t so that affairs cannot be kaid to have gone amiss sinoe the scheme was first proposed. .There are some malicious persons, to whom the advancement of the Bay eecini to be an eyesore, doing their utmost to dissuade people here from holduig shares ; but, well to say, -without effect By the failure of the (wo 'former attempts to ob tain a local steamer, people have disooverod the points thsf need remedy ing, and go to work with moroAniestnesg than heretofore; and although joms think MerrimbuU will still take tbs lead, I fancv &at ^i^V'jrill -ha disappointed, and that Mer rimbuia has seen the best of its days. . ? L...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

/ ' BIRTH. ;; \.j ?*' ^ ' On the 18fli instent, at ber TMiaenoa,3fa«ey jtreetjCoonii.Mn. S. C«lJen.of««pn. - MAMBO MEEGCBYr AU» OUOJU JUtP BOMHAIA ADTSBTIgEB. - OOOMA, FfilDAY, JUNE 10, 1868. ;

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

The fiwAif ^M^e^emjjiwt^tiota^iwng Piriiameoi. '!OVtW 23rd oFvtliis month; the collective wisdom' of the tsountry— or » what elands id its place— will once more . aasniBMe in Macquarte-street, Sydney. Again will the balls resound with frotbv declamation, and tie wearied reporters pray in vain for the spell of silence to come over our loquacious representatives. Happy will it m if one or .two grains of wheat are found in all those bushels of chaff. We ?nay take it for granted that, long or short as may be its duration, the ensuing session will be pre-eminently a talking one. 'Some of the members recently returned, as well as their supporters, are noted for the vast power and endurance of their tangs. Voices of various intonations, from the' braying of an ass to the bellowing of s lull, an' .repre- sented in the Assembly. There will 'be words enough, we may rest assured ; but to what will they all tend ? It we read the signs aright, it appears almost impossible '. for the present Gove...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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YASS MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

? T ASS MABKETS. ?Wheatills. M tofc.M. perbndul. Hour,llne,1wr.tfflj,Olto£ll. Boui.'psrlmAsl.ti.Sd. '. . . MalK,perditto.6..to6s.0d. OMi, per dido, 7i. ' . Bartoy,p«d%)^«i ' Hay, per ton, £« t»*7. '. : BsiJ!?«rlbT«. r. .-;..-. . Mntton, per ditto, 4d. Bn»w,-rll,.,ls.Sa. JMtto, salt, per Mk,«. Ch««rparSitto,0-Ito-a. Banonvpar diUo, 6d.to 7d. Bags, per doien, 1«. Sd. : F»tatott,P«rcirt.,A«.

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 — 19 June 1863

?' Subscribers to the Manaro Mercury ' W.ho have not yet paid vp their account* to the $1*- March, 1883, vaU confer a fmmr ifc ?doing m at early at .potable. Our dgenli ? . -are requested to forward ttatemenit of -£l nontfrt received ' In/ Huni in aeeount ? jjf OUt joumd,o»orh&--ro1]iemhUtt««t,inora*-r ' - that ihs jiretcnt oaarier't ?aeamnU mag be rendered it/ Vie fin t meek in JaU/. '

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 — 19 June 1863

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Ma. Tkosus Gaeeett, M.P. for the electorate or Hanaro, bag written a long letter to a gentleman in Cooma, in which he explains his reasons for not hariug paid a visit to his constituents, aa he ha- - been in the habit of doing at the dose of previous sessions. He says that in conseqnonce of his close attendance to his parliamentary duties during the session of 1862, his private business affairs had become so disarranged as to require his close and undivided attention for the first four months of this jear; and just at the time that he was arranging to start for Manaro, an action for libel was commenced against himby Colonel Hamilton, which precluded the possibility of bis leaving Sydney for more than two or three days at a time. 'The case stood on thn business paper of the Supreme Court during the whole of the term just closed, and lios been postponed till next term. However, if our member has not been able to visit us during the recess, he has not forgotten ...

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NIMITYBELLE. GOLD PROSPECTING—PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

NIMITTBEIiLE\ (From our correspondent.) Gold Peospeottng- Public Meeting. In pursuance of an advertisement, inserted in the Monaro Mercury, a public meeting was held here, on the evening of Saturday, the 13th June instant, for the purpose of taking steps to organize a pros pecting party for the discovery' of gold in this neighbourhood. Owing to the inclemency of the weather the attendance was not numerous; but the most of the influential residents were present. Sir. Angus McDonald was voted to the chair, and, after briefly introducing the subject of the meeting, he strongly urged the people not to leave a stone unturned in furthering the important undertaking— as the opinions of many practical miners corroborate the statements made by the Her. W. B. Clarke, when he visited the neighbour hood some years ago, to the eie?t that gold mi^ht be found in abundance in this locality. He (the chairman) had no doubt but that they would be successful, if sufficient will and energy were thrown i...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE TO APRIL 22. ENGLISH NEWS TO MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE TO APRIL 33. ENGLISH NEWS TO MAY «.: The Wongi Wongt, rtesmer, witJi-the'Engluti April mails, orrived «t Otenelg Pier at^ns p;ni*n Suni5sraast,after»pa»8«ge*f^neJitmdHid'4oUra fcomXiBg£tewgeV«miid.--' . '' ?rZ'#:&;i&-*i-& ^HenI7B.Alyiib^«^nteaflwert1b; orthe Mauritius j ha is to be euoooedofl Wtlipgo: rernment-of Victoria by 8ir Cnirlas Darling. : '.Vv ,* Australian wools had fallen Id; to 2d. -per lb. ? ? ' ? -? ENGLISH SKWS. ; . 'V '';'?; Her Majesty continues in good Leaifh. Prince Mired has qnito recovetti. the -Princess Iipuii of He«se gare birth to a daugbhar on fie 5tU April. : - . Sir Geoi^e Cornewall Lew'u, Sepretary for War, died suddenly on the 13th ApriL Earl de Grey baa been appointed Us sucoeasor, and Uie Horquu ofHartington the Under-Seoretary. . v , , Great anxiety prerails in Sngllnd, and excite ment in America, upon the prospect of an impending rupture between the Gorernments of England and ...

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 — 19 June 1863

HOUSEHOLD FUBSRVURE, Horsest Pig»b Farming Implements. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTIOIT, On Monday, Jane 29, 1863, On * Uis premises, Thb Loio) Baoijlh Ikk, ? '????' Oojomay . , . ? ' .? '? '- - ' '' f. ' AQujumry of househohj htbni TUEB, Kitchen Utensils, Casks, Kegs, &c AMO ^ Horses, broken and unbroken, in first-rate oon« didon; Pigs, and Various other articles. At the same time will be disposed of TWO NEW HABBOWS, one light and one heavy, warranted perfect, and eaual to any in the district. Teems Cash. Sale to commence at One o'clock p.m. . To be Let, ACOTTAG-E in Sharp-street, the properly of B. Dawson, Esq., and at present in the occupation of Mr. William Boss, as bis private residence. Possession can be had on the 1st July. To a permanent tenant die rent will be low. . Apply to Mr. W. BOSS, Caledonian Store, 674 Sharp-street, Cooma. To Bakers, Confectioners and Others. A first-rate opportunity for a business man with a small capital to commence business in the above line...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1863. (Before the Police Magistrate, and J. W. C. Merry weather and A. Montague, Esquires, J.P.) THREATING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1863

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. Monday, June 18, 1863. (Before the Police Magistrate, and J. W. C. Merry- weather and A. Montague, Esquires, J.P.) THREATENING LANGUAGE. John T. Tuckwill was charged with having made use of threatening and abusive language towards Catherine Lucy, daughter of Mr. Daniel Lucy, of     the Numeralls. Defendant was also charged with putting complainant in bodily fear. Tuckwill pleaded not guilty, but called no wit- nesses. The evidence of complainant, corroborated by Harriet Harvey, proved the case conclusively, and the defendant was ordered to enter into sureties to keep the peace for six months. EXCESSIVE IMPOUNDING DAMAGES. Tuckwill again appeared, to answer the charge ol Michael Lucy, for having impounded certain horses, the property of Daniel Lucy, and demanding excessive damages thereon. Mr. A. B. Girard, solicitor, appeared for the complainant. Defendant asserted that he could not expect jus- tice or fair play whilst one of the magist...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863

Weekly Calendar. Month. Day. S™ *™ «j£ ' n. «. H. «. Days. fane S* Saturday ? 7 10 4 it 11 28 Sundav ? J 1U 4 65 12 !9 Moudiy ? J 10 4 55 13 30 Tuesday ? J 10 4 55 14 July I Wednesday ? J 10 4 55 15 t Thursday ? „ 7 10 4 56 10 ? 8 Friday ? 7 10 4 SO 17 Full Moon at 4 SO p.m. on the 1st or July. MANARO MERCURY, AND COOJIA AND IOS1BAI.A ABVEETISEB. COOMA, FKIDAY, JUNE 26, 1863.

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