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QUEANBEYAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
QTJBANBETAN MARKETS. ',. Floor, per ton, fine £21 to £21; seconCs, £30 ' ration, £19. ?Wheat, per bushel, 6s. to 6s Sd. Bran, Is. 6d. Make, from «s. to 7s. Barley, is. Sd. per bushel Oats, bom 6s. 6d. to 7s. -d. Hay, per ton, £8 to £9. Potatoes, Sspercwt. Butter, (salt) Is. Sd., to Is 6d per lb.; Cheese, Sd. to 9d. per lb Bacon, from 8d. to 8Jd. Eggs, from Is. 3d. to la. 6a. per doten
EUROPEAN AND ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
. # ^EUROPEAN AND ENGLISH ,.-:ir-T ? news. a' -JF ? . ? , Iff*112 telegrams published in the Empire -^.Jjpi|yW^,:J»ontain many interesting; items not given in ' '' the summary of the late news issued by the , ,,,, Sydney Morning Herald, and copied in our i last. We take the following from the Empire : — Tub Prince md Princess of Wales have passed the greater portion of tbe month at Sandringbam, in Norfolk, the hunting-seat lately purchased by the Prince. Oo the 7th instant, tbe Norwich gates, which attracted such great attention at the International Exhibition, purchased by sub ness by a deputation. Tbe Prince thanked the deputation lor such beautiful specimens of Norwich manufacture. The gates will be erected in a conspicuous situation on the Sandringham estate. April 22nd. — The Royal pair came to London to receive congratulatory addresses on their marriage, from various public bodies. Prince Alfred arrived from the continent on the 31st of March, and has since re mained at Windso...
Trade Report. COOMA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
feik ikff sri ] COOMA MARKETS. Wheat, «9 to 7s per bushel. ; Flour, M to 4d per lb., from £20 to £28 per ,j ten. ii Oats, Ws per bushel. | Mike, Ws ? ' PeUald 2s. ©a per bushel . Bran, SsOd ditto of 20 lbB. ~~sl Hay, per ton £8 to £12, accerffiagfeOraaut?. Cheese, «i per lb. Butter, fresh, Is 6d Bacon, Colonial, Jd ditto. Ham, ditto nomiBol. ManillsBope, Is. Biscuits, Fancy, la Utitto Pickles, Pinta, best brands, Is. per bottle f Fruits, ditto. Is 6d ditto. . ' Jams, ditto Is «i ditto. M lr*Btard,Colcman'sl-lbs, lOd per bottle. , .!?«»'.- . ,- Silad Oil, 4 pints. Is, pints, Is 6d ditto i * \ Xiobiten, Is «d, Salmon, ditto, Is 6d * Balsins and Currants, 8d per lb. ? Starch, Counan's, 8d do. in 41b. puicets * Oatmeal 6d ditto. ? # i Tct, best black, 2s Sd ditto. J Coffee, Is «d ditto. . £ Blue, Is «d per lb. ; ,: Candles, Belmonts, Is. 64 , Eico,P*tna,4dperlb. *, Salt, 3d, fine 4d ditto. .- U.) T«liacco,8stolBs. -i p Soap, 6d pcrlh. -, Sugar,li|tht7dto«dperlb..loaf,lld ?' $ Mauritus,«...
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. House of Lords, April 26th.— The Lord Chancellor introduced a bill em powering the Rale of three hundred and twenty small livings in his gift, and pro posing that the amount realised by the sale should be applied to the augmentation of the endowment of existing livings. The bill was received with great opposition, and was referred to a select committee. April 16th. — Earl Russell, in reply to a question by tbe Earl of Malmesbury, stated that the Government had proposed Prince William of Denmark as a candidate for the throne of Greece, with the sanction of the King of Denmark and the Emperor of the French. Tbe government had also deter mined to cede the Ionian Islands to Greece, after the other powers, parties to the treaty of Vienna, had consented. April 23rd. — The Marquis of Clanricarde called attention to the seizure of British ship by Federal cruisers in the West Indies. Earl Russell said that, after con sulting tbe law officers of the crown, be in tended to...
CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
CONTINENTAL. Polish affairs continue to absorb the chief attention of the continent. England and Austria sent simultaneously notes to Russia, nailing her attention to the engagement she entered into at the treaty of Vienna, and advised reforms in the adminis tration of Poland. Before the notes were presented, the Russian Emperor had issued an amnesty to all engaged in the struggle, on condition of giving in their submission before May 1. The Poles indignantly re jected the amnesty ; and declared they would not lay down their arms until they had secured their complete independence. The struggle continues to assume large propor tions, and engagements occur daily, usually terminating1 in the defeat of the Russians. An uneasy feeling prevails throughout the continent, from the apprehension that a Euro pean war might issue out of the struggle. . The question of a police for Greece bad been generally entertained. The Greek National' Assembly had unani mously elected Prince William of Denm...
AMERICA. New York, March 22 (via Suez). [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
AMERICA. New York, March 22 (via Suez). The position of Rosencranz was exciting apprehension, and a battle was daily expected. The Confederates were nurching on Nash ville. Commodore Porter's fleet had passed Vicks burg. An immediate resumption of the siege was announced, mid General Banks had com menced operations. The Carolina had captured a battery on the Manzumond River. New York, April 18. Southern dispatches from Vickshurg to tbe 10th instant, state that two more Federal transports, filled with troops, had gone up the Mississippi, and others were preparing to follow. Fifty-three Federal gunboats have proceeded' up the Cold Water River. A Federal iron-clad was abandoned and destroyed on the Armile River. Refugees from Vickbburjr state there tire sufficient supplies there to last the garrison for two years. Vicksburg is fortified by C25 cannon. At present there are no more than 5000 troopB in the town, but in case of attack reinforcements can be had. The Confederates ere constru...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
Public Notice. - i THE BANK will oe CLOSED on TUESDAY ( and WEDNESDAY next (the 80th instant v . , and 1st July), for the parpoBe of the half-yearly \4fck ['?? balance of accounts.. Constituents are requested to ' ?*. I \ send in then1 pass-books, in order that they may at v once be made up and returned; ? ' j*1 ». C. JOPLIN, ' * ''4 Manager. m Commercial Bank, Cooma, June 2Btb, 1863. 675 Wanted A MARRIED COUPLE, without encunv brance-tbe man as COOK, the woman as GENERAL HOUSE SERVANT. Both will -bo required to make themselves otherwise nsoful. Apply to Mr. M. HAENETT, 676 Bosebrook. SALE BY AUCTION. | Mr. THOMAS MATTHEWS 1 Hob received instructions bom Mr. Ward to SEtt St PVBL1C AUCTION, \ AT THE LOBD BA-JLAN HOTEL, * The whole of his very valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, On Monday, June 29, 1863, t r At One o'clock, /CONSISTING- of Sofas, Tables^ Chiffoniers, \J Pier Glasses, Beds, Bedsteads, Looking GlaBses, Bar Fittings, Tubs, Glasses, 4c. ; Bagatelle Table, complete; Draft Horses...
GOUTLBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
GOTJXBtTBN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT What, «s.6d. to 7s. » bushel. J Flour, fine, £81 9 ton ; seconds, £20. / Pollard, 2s. Od. 9 bushel. I Bran, 2s 0d« bushel. I', Bread, *4d to Sd. 9 2-lb loaf. L- Maiie, 8a. ncr bushel. Barter, is 8d totis ? bushel Oats, Is Od. to Ss. per bushel. H.iv £7 10s to £8 10s 9 ton Butter, fresh. Is 2d to Is 31 *- lb. salt, Is Cheese, 7d; soaree. Bacon, 6d to ?d » lb. Eggs, 19. 9d. to 2s. 9 doten. Potatoes, 6s. Fat Cattle, £3 to £3 ISs per head. Sheep, 12s to ISs per head. Pigs, 3d. to 4d. 9 lb. Beef (retail), 2d to 3d 91b. Mutton (retail), 4d 91b. Tallow, £30 to £34 per ton. Sheepskins, 5dW6Jd per lb., according to Sydney market. Carriage 9 ton— Sydney to Ooulburn, £- to£t ; Ooul bom to Sydney, nominal; Ooulburn to Lambing Flat, £5 ; Ooulbum to Adelong, £6 10s to S? j Qouburn toTumut,£V.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
The Press and tba public may well be tired of speculating upon the probable issue of the struggle in America. Qur reports come from tbe representatives of extreme views, on either side, and it requires no small amount of caution and discrimination so to digest them as to arrive at a correct impression af the facts. The last news, by way of California, appeared to indicate that the Federals were about to inflict a simultaneous chastisement upon the Con federates nil over tbe Soutb, if not to irive the coup de grace to tbe secession move ment. The Confederates were retreating from Fredericksburg ; their great strong bold, Fort Hudson, on the Mississippi Itiver, bad been passed by a portion of the tieet ; and Vicksburg was again to be as sailed in force ; Charleston was about to be bombarded by an irresistible navy ; Rich ? mond was in danger, and preparations had '' been made to ensure atcrushing defeat of tbe attacking Confederates in Tennessee. Only a fortnight elapses, 'and we rece...
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
t /. Mill* AKttANGEMESJTS. €^' ** , M&/i»-#- Arrive! in (home ait Wednesday, Friday, and Swidaurat 8 p.m. Leaves Cooma on Monday, Thiireddgtaud Saturday, at 3.30 a.m. Cooma and Kianira. Arrives in Cooma on Wednesday and Sunday at 6 p.m. Leaves Cooma Monday and Thursday at 5 a.m. Cfcoma, Woolmayj Jejeterick, and SusHey'e Crossing. Arrives in Cooma on Wednesday at 6 pan. Leaves Junction of Big Badger and Numerella Sivers. Arrives in Cooma on Wednesday at 6 p.m. Leaves Cooma, Monday at 6 a.m. Cooma and Bomiala. Arrives in Cooma on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at G p.m. Leaves Cooma on Thurs day, Saturday, and Mtfuday, at 6 a.m. %? in all case* the mails are made up 8 p.m. the evening precious to departure. The in 'coming and out-geing mails from Bomiala, on Thursday and Monday convey the coast mails.
SYDNEY SUMMARY. Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
SYDNEY SUMMARY. (From cur correspondent.) Monday afternoon. The meeting of Parliament to-morrow is looked forward to with no little interest, and especially on the part of. the expectants, A very large and exceedingly credulous section of the community seem to have mode up their minds that what Dr. Lang called ' the Foreter sham' is to be retired again— that the crotchetty one is to bo again called upon to drive the State coach. I do not beliero anything of the kind. Tlie conduct of Mr. Forster, when for a time lie was Premier, must have left too strong an impression of disgust to render his jiRsumniinn nf t]mt-. nnnfc nt*. nil nrobnble. He was merely the flunkey of the Conserratire^membcrs, holding office entirely by the sufferance of a party to whom he pretended to be opposed iu politics. I verily believe that a Government composed of such men as Mr. E. Deae Thomson, Mr. Macleayj &c., would bo for more acceptable, because infinitely more respectable, politically, than the ...
TO COME OFT EVERY WEEK TILL FURTHER NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
To Conn Opt Evebv Week till Fdetbek Notice. '' ' ^* Stewards— Francis Gardiner, Jno. Gilbert, J. O'Maley,. and Fl Lowir. Esqs. Judge — To beperiodicaily appointed. . itfHf'. The jiropresBwhich.il is admitted on all bunds Out Turf' § SJ ; pursuits are malting in tho interior, has recently received , 1^%f an impetus from the inauguration of a weekly reunion,, prompted l-y t(wse distinguished sportsmen, whose names appear above an- having undertaken tho responsible duties, of Stewards. Tho course marked oat by (Jicbq gentlemen; having received tho sanction of Government, them can be very little doubt that the Wcddin Mountain Races will be come a*1 permanent institution.' The first week's runnings [ is reported below, and such excellent order was observed,. , that not * single policeimin was to be-seen on tbe ground. ' FiBST \TEEIl. First Race.— -The Storekeepers'* Furse of any number or : 6ovn. Once round tacjloiB. Owners up. ? Mr. Gilbert's b.g. Jackey Morgan ? 1 f Mr. Gardiaer's b.g....
TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
TELEGRAM. The mail has arrived in Adelaide, and it is stated that the Poles are in arms and require much nursing. The Yankees lave had another great battle ; not a man survived, but a lot of old boots, containing the poor feet of the gallant fellows, marked the spot where the struggle took place. The Lancashire distress is ended, the people having received a first rate education have died for want of bread. Crinoline is up, owing to the great destruction of this article during the 'lumination ; but soft goods in general have a downward tendency, owing probably to the juicy state of the weather. FASHIONS SOB JUKI. Bonnets are worn on the head with a tricolor Prince of Wales feather apeak. The hair a much worn down the back— bang- tail horse fashion. Dress frooks. are worn very low, but undress is not perceptible. Yellow dresses with pink shawls and green petti coats aro all the vogue as a walking costume. This costume is most elegant and richercM. Mb. Robertson and the Chief Justice....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
i ?? ? ^fVSl^J, ? _ l :-~ — - ,^- \i ....wM-r .a^. ? ..1. ;. - .' ? —. ? ; — ? 'T ? .??-.-. , . vs.--^. .-?'-.j- -,:-'i,t . ,-:~ ;-- * ? ?:? ';?-?;*-??'? .: ?-y'~ir-':'-\ '-' '??'?:: ?'.„'..?? '?£» ?.. ?-?'.. - . -:'iS. -^ ?? ??' ?? . Department of Landn, ? U ? ;. ^ ? ? ' \ ...-'.' fW - Sydney, 5t)- Jrjne.lSGa ' TT iR hereby notified, that the persons tnfintioried in the Btinexefl list will 1»e pnnnined '?*- . to^mTchaae, under-the 8th dame of me Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861, the portions of improved lands specified against their respective names. ' . ' '3. The pnrcbase roonny must be paid into the Colonial Treasury, Sydney, within ' three months from the date of this notice, under a penalty in '«a*h case, of an addition to the appraisftd value, of 10 per cent.; and should that increased price not be paid Within ? : -six months from the date lipreof, the claim to purchase will be considered to have Japeed, ' ? ? and the land will be brought to auction. . - ' : '???'. ^ v ; ; /...
EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
EDEN, TWOFOLD BAT. (From mir Correspondent.) 'What weather,' who -would be an Edenite? Here we have been for the lost week up to our knees in mud and water, with the water running through our houses, with as- much freedom as if we had no rent to pay. The roads are almost ira pasBuble, the mails behind-hand, every one in bad Itamour, and the town of PaninuV almost annihi lated. What a delectable residence! It is only tEree months since the potato crops were washed away, and now the flood has completely damped the little life that was still left in our town. There has been some little excitement created here by the death of a Chinaman, one of a party of Chinese who are catching mutton 6sh here. There is a supposition that some foul play has been exercised, but all that is known at present is, that the Chinaman was labouring under the effects of spirits at the time of his death. Br. Sheffield opened the body, and sent the contents of the stomach to Sydney, for the purpose of analyzatio...
YASS MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
TAS3 MARKETS. (i|f TOeai, Ss. M. to 6s. 3d. per trashed - }Mi Flour, fine, per ton, £21 to £22. 'fBf Bran, per bushel, Is. 6d. , . , Ml Hake, per ditto, 6s. to 6i.6d. Mm Oats, per ditto, 7s. -~\f Barley, perditto. 4a. 6d. . : -M Hav, per ton, £6 to £7. \M BeeY per lb?4d. jc| MntumVper ditto, 4d. \W Bnttor.perlb., ls.3d. || Cheese, per ditto, 6d to »d. - ,M Bacon, per ditto, 6d.to Td. 'M Egg«,perdo«en,lB.»d. IM Fotatofs, per cvt., St. 7|||
(To the Editor of the Manaro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
(To the Editor of the Hanaro Mercury.) Sib, — About half-past ten o'clock on Sunday even ing, being anxious to see howthe weather was likely to turn out the folio-wing day, I went into the verandah, when I observed a beautiful bright light coming from the South. I thought at Cist it was occasioned by a lamp at some distance off, not being satisfied I proceed to the cud of my veran dah, when I perceived a beautiful star, about 40 degrees from the horizon, surrounded by a pale blue light ; it kept continually oscillating, and at times I could perceive a stream of fire — similar to that ' of a comet. I tliou jlit. frnm t.lifl nrwnliiii* motion of the star that I was deceived, and called a gentleman and asked him if he saw anything strange, he at once noticed the star as described. Not being an astronomer, I should like to know the nature of it; perhups soino of jour numerous correspondents cun enlighten me upon the strange phenomenon. I remain, dear Sir, yours truly, J. H. EASTMURE.
BRAIDWOOD MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 26 June 1863
BBAIDWOOD MABKETS. Flour, best, per ton £20. Wheat, best samples, 7». to Js. 6d. per bshli Bran, none. Main, 7 to7s6d. ' ' Oats, 6s. 6d. to 7s. Barley, 6s. to 7s. Potatb-s,perton£6. Hay, per ton £9. , - Cheese, per lb.Sd. to 94. Bacon, per lb. lOd. Ekct, per doxn la. 9d. to 2a. Butter,l(«sh,peTlb.ls.0d.tol8.9tU