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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889
Certainly tbc best -medicine known is Sitrunt anil Sos's Eucalypti Extract. Teat its eminently powerful effect* in coughs, colds, influema f Hit relief U instantaneous. In serious cues, and aooT. denta of all kinds, be they wounds, TmruB, scald ings, bruises, unnunii, it is the Bafeft' remedy— no swelling— no inflammation, lite surprisiDg effect* produced in croup, deptkeria, broncHfifl, inBtLmpi' tion of the lungs, swelliiiM, ftc. ; diarrhasa, dysen tery, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. Iti use at hospitals and medical clinics oil over tho globe ; patronised by Hie Majesty the Kins of Italy j crownod with medal and diploma, at Inter national Exhibition, AmsterdatB, ?? Trust In tfib approved article, and reject all others.
Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889
Produce Report. Walter Hope, Commission Agent, 137 Sussex-sueet, cirdney u-jiorts as follows '; — Chad' (prime) LG 10s to L7 10s per ton. „ (2nd quality) L5 0s to L60s per.ton. ' (straw) £3 Cs to £6 0s. . Hay (Lucerne) L5 0s to L5 10s per ton. „ (Oaten) L7 10s to L8 10s. Potatoes (New Zealand) L5 0s to L5 10s. i ?? „ (Circular Head) 1,6 Os to L6. 10s. Onions (New Zealand) L23 0s to £24 0s. Flour (best roller) £13 0s to £13 10s. Feed Outs 3s 0s to 3s 4d per bos. * Seed Oats 3s 3d to 3s 6d per bus. „ Barley 3s 3d to 3s 7d per bus. Maize 3s 4d to 3s Cd per bus. Pollard 0s ll^d to Is Od per bus. . Bran Os 1 Id to le Cd per bus. Batter Is 4d to Is Od per lb. Cheese Cd to 71d. Bacon 4d to 6a. Lard 5-i to 6d. Honey 4d to 5d. Eggs (Northern) Is 4rt to Is 5d. „ (Southern) Is 5d to Is 6d. Fowls 3s 6d to 4s 6d. Ducks 4s 6d to Cs Od. Geese 6s Od to 8s. Hen Turkeys 5s Od to 6s Od. Cock Turkeys Cs to 11s Od. Calves 10s 6d to 35s. Kangaroo Skins 10s to £1. Wallaby Skins 3s to 11s. Opossum Skins 4s...
A Snake Yarn. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889
A Snake Yarn. A correspondent near Hamilton, Marion county, sends tlic following : Owen Hatch, who keeps a small grocery store in this neigh bourhood, can vouch for the truth of this. Mr. Hatch sells liquor as well as family groceries. Keeping only a small stock of liquor en hand, ho keeps most of it in jugs. Ono day lust week a two-gallon jug of com liquor wa9 loft sitting on the floor behind tho counter. Mr. Hatch stepped behind the black snake coiled around the jug with its head inside.. He watched it for a moment sad soon discovered tliat the snake was drink ing liquor. It was not disturbed, and after several minutes it slowly uncoiled itself from the jug and attempted to craw) away, but was too drunk, and stretched itself out on tho floor, where it remained apparently asleep until next day. Mr. Hatch examined tlic jug and found that the snake lind drank more than a quart of the liquor. Two days later the snake returned, aud when it crawled under the connler Mr. Hatch watched it...
Not Paupers. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889
Not Paupers Some of the English papers are giving to 'Me public certain facts in connection with the enormous expense to the public of the support of the royal family. At the begin ning of her reign the Queen's annual income was' £285,000. Of this X6U.O00 goes to the Queen for her personal expenses. Besides thin she drew as the Duchess of Lancaster an income of £86,281 last year, and this is cer tainly increasing. Years ago, too, an old miser named Wild bequeathed his fortune of £500,000 to the Queen, and this has been in creased to over £1,000,000. Osborne House and Balmoral are the private property of the Queen and are worth easily £500,000. It is thus evident that it is not necessary for any of the royal family to lie awake nights wondering how the monthly bills for groceries are to be met.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889
Sir Htniry Parkes lion boon 50 yearn in the the colony, aud is still the foremost figure in it. 40 Dew locomotive boilers have been ordered by the Government during the past six months. Tlin rough weatiier on the coast find conse quent delay of shipping, caused maize to rise in price, but it is anticipated there will -lie an almost imiucdiula fall us larsc sIh'd uicnts arc expected. Tlic thermometer at Wajrga last week ranged 4 degn'ca below freezing point. The cost of witnesses in the Timcs-Parnell case was £40,000. The lion. James White intends to enter three of his race-horses for the race for the Grand Prix dc Paris in 1891. 1G0O bares were killed in one drive on Massuy's estate Gundaroo.
Bishop Higgins Explains. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889
Bishop Higgins Explains. Pi:. lligKins, the Roman Catholic Auxiliary IJisliop of Syilnny, whoso ivccnt remarks at Cooma on the occasion of the opening of a niw convent have attracted public attention, challenges (lie accuracy of tho report of his speech which has appeared in the Iftmaro MtTCury. Questioned afterwards with res pect to tlie report ^i von by the local paper, Dr. Jliggins stated that not only were his iijjiiiMha iiiuniLiuj ? *i|*-»i »?*** ??? — - ? jt — thiil a. dift'erc-nt meaning was given to them by the employment of words he distinctly states that he never used. He denies that he made finy allusion whatever to tho public school of the colony, about which he says ho admits that as a stranger ho knows nothing. Dr. Higgins offers the explanation that in ar.n-i1finn nf ttif- sniftAfl nf lnfidelitV thrOUl?h out the world he alluded incidentally to the public school, and by that he meant tho system of education which excludes all . religious and all Christian teaching. Ho...
Perplexing. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889
Perplexing. ' Allearo ' in the Qutentlandtr writes : — What a flutter there must be at this present moment in tho bosoms of the families of ' the upper ten ' in each of the Australian colonies I The great questions with them just now are, ' How much shall we tell 1 How far back dare we go I ' And the reason of this is that -Sir Bernard Bout'kc has an nounced his intention to compile a work on tho gentry of the colonies, aud has invited colonial families coming uuder such category to furnish him with particulars of the same t in many instances, tantalising, chance held out to mortals f Shall we tell what grandpa really was % Who shall we say ma. was 1— for, of course, we can't very well tell that pa married his c ? k. How about coming over with tho Conqneror — that is to say with Phillip? If we date oursalf e- far back, won't it be supposed that our family is too closely connected .with the ,ear]v biBtory of British settlement in Australia^'' %Xid if we put ourselves too recent, will...
Sad Fate of Two Aboriginals. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889
Sad Fate of Two Aboriginals. A boating accident whereby two lives were lost (the Brisbane Courier reports) occurred at Redc'ifTe on Friday night. It appears that at about 1 1 p.m. a well-known abori ginal named Willie Hamilton and his wife, Lizzie, wero out in a wholeboit, and endeavouring to round a reef on' llcdcliffc Point during a rather rough sea lost one of the oars. The boat became unmanageable and drifted on to the reef. Willie then tried to swim and wade ashore, but owing to the rough state of the Water he got terribly knocked about amongst the rocks and bould ers. He called out to his father, ' King Johnny,' for assistance, but tho old iiian is lame a^d could only shout words of encouragement to his distressed son, who after heroic efforts in battling with the waves shouted out, ' Father, it's no use ; I can hold out no longer.' King Johnny, ro ported tho matter early on Saturday morn jig, when the body of Willie was found on the beach in a terrible mutilated condition, ha...
P. L. Barker's Weekly Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889
P. L. Barker's Weekly Produce Report. Sheepskins. — Tlio demand is still activn and prices linn, tlio following lining isola tions : superior dry longwoolcd Od to 6Jd, j medium growth and quality Sd to OJd, short and broken 3d to 4 id per lb, green skins from ISil to 7-M each. I Hints.- The sales last Friday passed off verv niiiiualedly, without however any ad vance in prices. Prime stout heavies are in strong request also well lluycd lights of -101b and under. Calf skins ami yearlings to.) a littlp better also lioi-c liidns. XALLOW. — ^UUIU uu\iuii;ra iruiu XjOIKIon this week are more favourable than of late, anil I look forward to a substantial advance in values on next sale day. Bauk. — This market has hardened, good dry green wattle beiug eagerly competed for, obtained from £8 to £9 for best brands of heavy, light £6 to £7 10s, damp or other wise inferior XI to £3 10s per ton. Marsupial skins. — There was a full at tendance at Tuesday and Wednesday's sales and brisk competition ...
LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889
LAND COURT. MonrvA — -3rd July ; Klrobodalla — 2Cth July. Before. Messrs. T. W. Harriott, Chairman, and ('?? M.iunscll, member. Applications ron Conditional Pukciiases. V. Walstor 50 ac, for survey. John Forstor 80 nc, for survey. Piitrick Uiowno 2.'i0 ac, for survey. Jas. Staunton 08 ac., confirmed ; 2-rnilcd foticc. John O'Ncil 60 nc, for survey. Michael Lynch 40 ac., disallowed, Joliu Flood 40 ac, confirmed ; improve ments to be paid for, £15. P. Browne 100 a«., disallowed. E. J. Coraan 5G0 ac., for survey. W. H. Bridge 40 ac,, confirmed ; fenco, 2-rail ; improvements to l-c paid for, £4. J. D. Evana 280 ac, confirmed: fence 2-rail. P. Browne 100 ac, disallowed. ,A1. Flanagan 40 ac, for survey. George Haycock 40 ac., confirmed ; 2-rail fence ; improvements to bo paid for, £7. Win. Foy 40 ac, confirmed ; £i for im provements. - II. Storman 40 uc, confirmed for 46 acres. E. Arnett 200 ac., 'confirmed for 90 acres ; 2-fail fence. Apn.ICATIOS FOB CoN'niTIONAL IiEASB. Geo. Barber 92 a...
Eccentricities of Juries. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889
Eccentricities of Juries. If ' tho way of trangressors is hard,'1 some juries seem to have a weakness for making it a little softer for them. The recommtudation of the jury who tried JVIorrisson for the murder of Constable Sutherland, that leniency should be shown him, on the ground that lie acted on. a natural impulse and endeavoured to avoid arrest, is another addition to the eccentrici ties of juries. There -was ap evidence what !V6F CUBA vUV CUUSlmUW avuguv w aitwov miui illegally, or thut the murderer acted solely in self-defence. He did what no innocent man would «to at the Sue when first inter rogatea by the ;«onBte}ilej Ht gave no satis factory account of himself, struggled to es cape, fired «t tho policeman, wounded him, and again *red ;»t his victim. In the face ofthUiieisffictioimendedto mercy. Even if the first shot were fired in the heat of struggle, and in the desire for freedom, the second shot proclaimed the murderous inten tion.
Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889
Serious Accident. Our readers will be sorry to learn that Mr. Thomas Martin an old indentity in this dis- trict was seriously injured on Saturday last. It appears that he was returning from Araluen, when coming down a hill near A. Waddel's residence, his horse stumbled, throwing him out of the cart, and rendering him unconscious. A telegram was at once sent to Mr. John Emmott who very generously sent a buggy and conveyed Mr. Martin to Moruya. From latest reports we hear he is making good progress towards re- covery. &nbsp;