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COOMA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

COOMA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1869. Before the Police Magistrate and A. Montague, J.E. The Court opened at 11*16 a.m. WAGES CASE. H. Staples c. W. .Blyton, senior.— Claim, £4 11s. This ?case was postponed from last week, owing to an informality in the summons. As the case was obout to be railed on, Mr. Lrpseomb, who appeared for the defendant, said that the summons, as re issued, was as informal as the previous one, inasmuch as it cave only the total amount sued for, in place of 'stating the number of weeks and the rate per week. He did not -wish to take any objection, but merely to have the informa tion or Ruirtnons amended. The Bench were of opinion that they were not bound to give those particulars wnen tne miormani jaiieu ho to in struct the Clerk of the Court, and considered they could deal with the case. H. Staples, senior, who appeared as plaintifl on behalf of. his son, -J. Staples, claimed from defendant the 6um of £7 15s. for wages duo to his son at the rate of 5s. ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

? sivTi iiidv i-iihn frh m ?UAH.mR'a'. . W.-^PsiTOHAEij.isuiierflne filli-dr&8edfi6ur,'^18 per ton.; ^household flour, £11 per ton. 'Wheat is worth from 4a '9d ?to 5s 9d per bushel. Bran and pollard, Is to' Te Id per bushel, in demand. Corn meal, 103.' per 100 lbs. ; wheat meal, Ms. Prime lucerne hay, £8 per ton; oaten hay, £4. Old maize is selling at 3s 9d7 per bushel, new 3s 6d to 4s ; oats and barley, Ss 6d to 4s ; fuoerne seed, -fld to lB°per lb j onipuB, 3s 6d to 4s per owt., accordingto quality ; jmtatos, .£6 to £8 lbs per ion.; dressed rice, 18s to 20s, per cwt. Liverpool coarse and fine salt, £5 per - ton. ' Colonial tobacco. Is to Is 3d per lb. ' Batter, -9d to 1b per lb; cheese, 6dto7d: bapon, Cdto 7d; eggs, Is 4d to is^d per dozen; hides, 3dto3Jdperlb.; pigs, 12s to 20a each; calves, 10s to 12s each.

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, EEBElT.iRY.S3, 1S63. In the Assembly, Mr. Church took the oath and 'hifl seat for the Western Gold Fields. A message recommending that £2000 be appropriated for expenfiesKsonnected with the 'visit of the Duke of Edinburgh was referred to a select com mittee.: Mr. Madeay moved the adjountmentoftheHouse first to ascertain whether it was true that the Duke of Edinburgh had, prior to his departure from the colony, communicated with the Governor with a Tiew totherepneve of O'FarreU's sentence, or till iher Majesty could be com municated with on the subject. Secondly with reference to'1 ?certain public doouments .alleged to have -Seen abstracted by a former Colonial Secretary. After Borne discussion on the matter, in which it was admitted that such a-tetter had been written, the motion was negatived. The Small Debts Recovery Act Amendment Bill was read a third time and passed. A Bill to repeal the Treason Felony Act was read . a first time. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, ...

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COUNTRY FLOUR AND PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

. OOTJNTBY IXOTTR AND PBQDUCE MARKETS. In Goulbiirn fine flour is £13 cash and £14 credit,' seconds £12 cash and £13 credit; bran £6, and pollard £7 per ton ; wheat 4s per bushel, extra good samples 4s Sd. In Braidwood fine flour is' £15 'cash] per ton. secondB £14; wheat Ss 9d to 6s, maize 5b 6d to '7s; barley 4s 6d, oats 4s 6d, bran '1b 9d per bushel-; oaten hay £8 per ton, new potatoa £8. In Uueanbeyan-fine flour is £16 per inn; seconds £15 per ton ; bran Is, maize 4s to 4s 6d, cafe Ss -6d to 4s, wheat 4s6d 4o 5s, barley 3s «d per 'bushel; hay £5 to £6 per ton; new potatos, 10s 6d to 12s per cwt.

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SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

SEYMOTJK. : '-MtBOK A troEEESPOlJDENT.l - ; ' 8omh time since several of our enterprising townspeople suggested ftatwe shouldnot allow the Easter reason, at whichtime we u6nally hold our annual race meeting, to po 6s unobseired. The suggestion was certainly one worthy of consideration, and it was duly conned over and the pros. and cod*., ae also the depression of the times and the Ecar dty of money ,«arefuUy studied. The upshot of. aU this study and preparation was that several thought it would be the Dettor plan to call a meeting and feel the puulid'pulse, —pocket rather-*upon the matter of starting the annual meet into existence. Accordingly a meeting of«ur Bporting MMtiamnM onfl-iKfiinrfl lntiwAefAri vdb lifilrl An ^.rntidotr 1m erf atMr.'J. H. Ohalker's, Hose Inn.'Aaammaby, whenit was determined that the races should take place on Eastor Monday pud Tuesday, the 29th and 80th instant, a pro gtamme (and en passant, I think the Seymburites may Batter themselves it is not & ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

NOTICE. THE COOMA Mr&Ii Mil reccire. WHEAT for GRINDINGfMimngrtoe i|': v;' First Ten Days' In Eacti Mtonth only, until further Notice. ,; , ; v£ '? ;.' ,!._ N ...'?'??? A^MONTACHJE. February 15, 1869. y f NOTICE.* ^ r 5 fTlHE UHfcEB&HJrNED hereby fcives' NOTICE JL to ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to him, arid who have not settled tbeir Aeboubte for the last two years or more, that they must now PAY the same, -or make arrangements for so doing before the lBt of MAY next. The names of those jteraons whose acoonnti Temain~Tmpaid ?by-the above date will be advertised with the balance dae by them. WILLIAM OLTVEB, Berridale. February IS, 1869. CATJTION. r v \ LL PERSONS are Tie»»by ?CAUTIONED to iV keep .their CATTLE, HORSES; and other LIVE STOCK from TRESPASSING upon my LAND at DAIRYMAN'S PLAINS;' .'? ? . - - AH Stock found treepassin^ thereon after the date of this notice 4&1 be IMPOUNDED; ' ' : jpS^PHrHAIN, ''- '' Dairyman's Plains. ' TPebrtiary 8, 1869.- ;. ^ . . ?; CAU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

Me. B. LIPSCOMB, Solicitor, &c, O0.OHA, ClH BJJ.COKPPIiTBP -T SIB OFSIOK, ? SHARPJ3TBBET, CO0MA. ? r E. MARGOSCHIS, THE ONLY WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER .: .,- j^ ...... . . :..*?. GQOiyiA, Hfext Booir to Shannon's Hotel. TJEPAIES EXECUTED atthkSHOETBST J& .NOTICE. Chabobs Mod^batb. Make no Mistake* NEXT DOOB^o SHAWKOySgQTEL. PEARSON, ENGLISH j«* PECK, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS;. . '? . CSippslaud StockjExcliange, ' SALE. If IBEEAL ADVANCES on STOCK consigned JLf forsale. Aeoount aides and proceeds promptly rendered. Mr. FECK wiU«ontiaue, as heretofore, to act as AUCTIONEER for the disposal ot Horses, Cattle, Sheep, &c. AGENT AT BBJJTHEN— Mb. THOMAS J. STIRLING. GOLDSBROUGH, BURT, & CO., ' 30, HUNTEE-STEEET, SYDNEY j r R. GOLDSBROUGH & CO., j£:.._ JBOUBEB lVD WaliUH SIEEBI8, MSLBOURNB J LIVE STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, Sheep A Cattle Salesmen. T IBERAL ADVANCES on WOOL for Sale or JU Shipment; also, on LIVE STOCK for Sale in Sydney, Melbourne, Sandhurs...

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COOMA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

- ' COOMA PRICES CURRENT. Bread, Sib. loaf ...... 0 0 « Flour, firsts ? 22 ~0 0 Butter, fresh. perlb.O 2 0 FJour, 2nds ......... 21 0 0 Butter, Bait..-: ? 0 1 3 'Straw ..'......;;.....*.... 3 C 0 Beef ? 0 0 4 Maize ? None. Mutton. ? 0 0 S Oats, ecarce 6s. to 0 6 6 Bacon ? 0 0-.7-. Wheat ? 0 6 0 Oheese ? 0, 0 0 Onions ? 0 0 6 Potatos, per lb ? ,. 0 0 3 Milk, per quart ? None. Hay; scarce, £8 4o £10 0' 0 Cabbages, each. ? 0 0 8

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

MAILJSRAifJdrEMfeNTS. The following are the hours of arrival and departure of the mails running between Copma and the .places hereunder namea :— ? ' ' c : ? AEEIVE AT COOMA — ? ' From Sydney, Goulburn, Queanbeyan,.MicaIago— On Sun day, Wednesday, Friday, at 6.30 a.m. ' ' From Delegate,. Bombala, Nimitybelle— On Monday and 'Thursday, at 6p.m. -???.? .?.-'?,.? ? '' From Cathcart, Eden, Merimbula, Bega; aadjPanbnla—On Saturday, at 5 p.m. ' PVnm DnmhH.ln.fHiz Hnhttni)nm1i— fin RnhnviBv n+ R ?. ». From Kiandra, Russell's, Adaminaby— On Wednesday, at - From -Snowy River .via' Buckley's Crossingi Gcgedzerick, Jindabyne, Woolway, Coolringdoif- On Monday, at 5 p.m. From Junction of the UmaraUa and Big Badja Rivers— On Thursday, at 6 p.m.. ... ?'' ' ' ' ?- ? LEAVE OOOMA— ' For Micalago, ftueanbpyan, Ooulbifro, Sydney — On Mon day, Thursday, Saturda) , at 6 p.m. For Kimitybelle,-,llo-ubula, Delegate; Cathcart— On Wednes day and Sunday, at 7 a.m. ? For Bobunclaruh, Bouibala, Delepnte, Catinart,...

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THE MELBOURNE PRESS ON THE LATE DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

THE MELBOURNE PRESS ON THE LATE DEBATE. Thb Boilg Telegraph says .— M-. Macleay's reso lutions in the Legislative Assembly of New South* Wales, relative to the report of the Select Committee on the O'Parrell case, have been signally defeated, and with them the Government. Mr. Parkes is' in a majority of ten. Such a decision is either a very serious one, or a very ludicrous. We regret the result tor the simple reason that even now the evidence upon which ' it is based appears to us unsatisfactory.' And we do not think the vote of the Assembly represents the general opinion of the colonists. It is, at least, most inopportune, al though it will hardly be allowed to affect the move ments of the Prince. . , His Royal Highness does not come of a family who are terrified at bugbears or fight ; with shadows. Party epiritseem- to'have been at the I bottom of the vote, and surely; never :. was- party ; spirit worse gratified. Mr. Parkes and his friends i have done all that lay in their power ...

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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. {Through Greville and Co., Telegramists. ARRIVAL OF THE "PANAMA MAIL. FURTHER MASSACRES IN NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

LATEST SPECIAIiTELEGEAM. {Through Grcville an&Oo., ToJ-cgmmmiste.) / AfiBIVAX 1OF i^ TANAMl MAIL. i FDETH^E atifiSAOBJJB DJ 1$Ey ZEAIiAjOV 1 .; 8YDNET, Thursday Evening. The House has teen engaged in passing the Estimates, which arp progressing.,. ?'.','. , } f .. .. ?? ' Mr. Lucas, to-night, intends moving an amendment to the effect that tho present Parliament be immediately cUstotved. The wool sales tb'B afternoon were weff attended, prices 'beings trifle higher than la&t week's quotations for good samples. -+?: -]-,.:?' ? ? ?'? - ,'- -f4^--- ??? . . ?;.? By the arrival of the EaMa, from Panama, ire have later ? mews from New Zealand. ; ? -. ,-....-- ^o Maoris *-ye brutally massacred two large families, and murdered tliirteon others, ^de-prindpal items by tibo Panama Mail are ;— ' ~ - Brigham Ypung, the founder and ruler of the Mormon «oot at Salt Lake, is dead. ? . ... Sir Bogef Tichbourne, better tnown in the colonies as Tonide Castro, formerly a butoher in 'Wagg...

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SERIOUS COLLISION BETWEEN THE. BARQUE MART MILLER AND TELE STEAMER FIRE KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

SERIOUS COLLISION BETWEEN THE BARQUE MARY MILLER AND THE STEAMER FIRE KING. Ok Monday evening, February 22, at about half past 8 o'clock, a collision^ took place off 'Miller's Point between the above named vessels, resulting in considerable damage to eaoh, and serious injury to some of the passengers on board the Fire Kings,, but, fortunately, none appear to' have been fatally injured. The Fire King, Sykes master, had been on an excursion (the Eight hours' demonstration) to Balmoral, and was returning, steaming up- the harbour, with some threeor four hundred passengers I on board. The .barque Mary Miller, outward., bound, was being towed, having the steamer Herald oh her port side, and had just got underway from' off the Gasworks, heading for Goat Island with jib' end topsail set When abreast .of Miller's Point' the Fire King attempted to pass between the pt-int- and the barque, when the two came in ppntaofc. The barque's jibboom went across the steamer's maintriaBt, which broke off...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

. LATEST TELEGEAMS. Syunbt.— The action brought by the Government against the Frecmans Journal for non-registration is to come off on the 5th instant.— at a meeting held at Numbla, on Mon day, the statement made by Mr. Keene before the committee «u the alleged. conspiracy for treason and assassination, imputing Fenian procHvities th residents of theShoalhaven district, were characterised as false and mendacious, and resolutions expressiveof disapproval of Mr. Keene's evidence were unar'raously agreed to by the meeting, — No new in solvencies were dedared to-day.— Messrs. Pctherbridge and Co. quote Maize at 3s. 6d. to 4s., oaten hay £4 to £6 per ton, and lucerne at £3 to-£3 10s. , JTELBonnifE. — Mr. _Du£y is to more, on Wednesday, that in .a. upiuiuu oi ine uegieinnve ASsemDLy we practice oi compensavng members should obtain in Viotoria, and that the Government should take the necessary measures to have it introduced. The motion is almost sure to be carried iu ithe .Assembly.— Advice...

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MERIMBULA SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

MEBIMBULil SHEPH&O. r; ' r * ?? ? ? ....-?- .^ASBIVJLI..,, ' .,?' ,.: . ? .. ... FEBEtfABT 18.yHunter, s., Captain Sulliyan, from Sydney 1 ' ' Passengers' :'' Messrs. 'Maicblm,' ' Milton, ' Brown,^Ritohie, and9in'thesteeragi. ' '?.??' i .,; ..,.-' ??,..,., -,.,pwiMM*H«... ? - ;' ??-??: ;-H: . February 19.— Hunter, B,f Captain, Sulliyan, jtor Sydney.' Passengers :' Mrs. 'Leohard, Mrs. Pve, Messrs. Pye,1 Kestefton, 'Tjfalliams,' Ritchie,1 Black, Heady, Ed wards, Badderlvi and 13 in theeteertee. ?....'.. ...... . ; r. jj^pMS.Ujf.i ...4 ,.,.;. .,, ,,,..,;., Hunter, s., from Sydnei.— 1 case roffee,(12bag8, sugar, case 'colza oil, oase sundries, case bUnyj cbm matches, bundle buckets,' neBt tubs, bundle wash boards, half-tieroe tobaeoo,'coii rope; bag shot, 2 kegs wWteleaa,-»sk sundries ©best tea, 4 half-ohe»te tea, 3, bags harness, package, harness, piece chain,. 127 iron gratings, roll lead, Hintqn Brothers; 4 oases, chest tea, box starch! keg oatmeal, 2 boxes' corn flour, oase ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

AND OOOMA AND BOMBAEA ADTEBTIBKB. OO0MA, FRIDAY, MABOH 6, 1869.

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A SAD CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

A SAD CONFESSION. At the Ballarat Circuit Court, before his Honor Mr. Justice Williams, Henry John Newton Kiag, aged forty years, lato Postmaster at. Ballarat, pleaded guilty to the indictment preferred against him of having, on 21t-t August, embezzled certain moneys, the property of her Majesty the Queen. The prisoner, in broken tones and trembling with .half restrained emotion, read the following paper: — 'Your Honor, — Before receiving. my sentence, with your permis sion, I would like to read a short statement. I have been since 1816 in the employment oi the Qovemmcnt, six years of which was in her Majesty's Bcrvice, the remaining six. teen under the Victorian Government. I can produce tho highest testimonials from distinguished officers and others as to my conduct and gallantry as an officer whilst serving in the army, and I can refer your Honor to the head of my department as to my general conduct in the service of tho Victorian Government, ldo not bring these forward in any wa...

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UPPER BENDOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

UPPER BENDOCK. Thj following Ifitteriftom Mr. 'Wnimott, of UpperBenaock, addressed to the Gippsland limes, would seem to give a reasoawhytliereguirementsof thofrmere and otherafa that looaiity ape not attended to. ?Wia regard to the punt, we presume Mr. 'Willinott wafers to the much required .-— ™— « — ~~~.vjw.vw mAuu vug.j._ui|LII| AIVCL| Hit JU-rUliXlCU, and one or two points on the Snowy Eiver ; as tbis is a mattor fcyeMjh ihe etodkHoUerd if ttie itanaro'and Two- ' ^.ld^aycUstriotB are interested, we would recomSend all persons residing on and near the Border, as also those ad joining in Victona, to consider wed the reply made by the rcpieSente.tiv0,Mr.KI,..Smythe. Wo hope the Snow w-\l not submit to this disregard of their interestTbut speedily take such Btepsas may be neoessaiy to demand, and ensure the granting of, at the hands of the Victorian emitted?0 8 pnvacees to whiDh toey are fuJ^ 'Sii'-^OI^-^ Repast there have been upwards of throe hundred miners located on the Upper B...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

THOSK.persons who in pursuance of their ordinary ?avocations are continually travelling from one place 'to another must, during their wanderings, tgive the recording angel some trouble, and could we but hear the many blessings bestowed upon those unfortunates to whom is confided the duty of keeping our roade in fair travelling condition, as also those who are likewise OKfjected to see that a sufficient suui of money is granted to their respect ive districts for the purpose, vre should no doubt \\a VtriVtM&tiA at-tA notilianci nttan Itawrtntw nOnti/1 MAillli not realise the fact. Certain it is (hat in no other district throughout the Southern portion of this colony is it probable that these anathemaB are more energetically bestowed than by those who find it \ necessary to make repeated journeys throughout the Hanaro district. Our roads has been for a considerable time a very peculiar question — it has been, and is still, a question up$h which 89 many antagonistic opinions are...

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THE NEW HONOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

. THE NEW HONOURS. The colony has just been informed, on the authority of the ?Duke of Buckingham, that her Majesty has been graciously pleased ty confer ou Mr. Charles Cowper and Mr. J. B. Darvall the digniiy of 'Companions of the Order of St. Michael and Sc. George ; and further, that her Majesty has been pleased to (.anction the grant of the dignity ofKnighjt hood to Mr. James Martin and Mr. T. A: Murray. The Order of St. Michael and St. George has lately been exten ded for the express purpose of enabling the Sovereign to re ward the ' distinguished services ' of any of her subjects in the colonies by appropriate honours. It may be that, in one point of view, the dignities'conforred ou Messrs. Cowpor and Darvall arc superior to the Knighthood of Messrs. Martin and Murray. But the general public will think differently. It must be supposed that ' Knights ' of any Order rank before ' Companions.' But how far the Order of St. Michael and St. George is exaltsd above other orders we ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

GOVERNMENT LAUD SALES. Department of lands,, Sydney, January 29,-1869. In pursuance of the provisions of 'The -Crown Lands -Alienation Act of 1861,' I, the Minister ior Lands, do hereby notify that the following lots of land will be offered ? for sale by public auction at the undermentioned place;' at 1L o'clock on the day specified; at the upset price affixed to each lotrespectively. (Deposit; 25 per cent.) . WILLIAM iFOBSTEB. At THE POLICE OFFICE, 000MA, ON MONDAY, MAEOH 15, 1869. Country Lots. ?Goimty vf'WMUm*. . ' Lot A, portios'13, 40 acres, parish of Townsend, oh the ' right bank .of EucumBene ltiver, apout t oi a mue above - and below Eyrie's -161 acres at KaUrito, exclusive of a Toad 1 chain wide Seleotedby J.Jardine . Lot B, portion 14, 60 dcres, exclusively of a road 1 chain ' wide, adjoining lot A Selected by Win. Eyrie Price, £1 per acre. Lot O, portion 12, £ acres, parish of Ooolamatong, on the left bank of Kara Greek, opposite J. Campbell's 415 acres. Forfeited by Thom...

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