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Fresh Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

.J$^*rnft. SnbstJttite fresh fruit, especially oranges, . faidlight puddings for pies and heavy desserts, - Sf you 'wouW-hvoid spring fever, boils, &c. ,. ^Ri-* puddings, or corn starch, well flavoui-ed '-with grated chocolate, stirred 'in while it is cooking, and'fealen when cold with sugar and cream, are good spring' desserts, while there is nothing tetter for spring and summer than ' trifle,' made by soaking for an hour 'or two, a small piece of rennet in a table ^poonful or twt- Bf 'warm water: warm some 'intikviry titghtlg, add half a teaspoonful of ?BUgar, _then stirih the water from the rennet, 'and set fn ?*. cold place to stiffen. Sat it Vith cream aweeleuod and' flavoured with Vanilla. .., , *

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
H. W. Barton reports baring Bold the several paddocks advertised for the 21st inst., the property of Mr. Sub-Inspector Cornett for the very satisfactory price of £6 per acre [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

WeU-Aasorted Marriages. Well-fctaortod marriages are essential to ?good homes. This is nature's law in the 'case. To -violate it is to'bring Bwtft punieh ?ment on the hnathi of the violators as well as i -to bringj cursenpou their posterity. The ?husband |sw-wifcirho are -nia jraited toeach other leMr^lariioat anAdog.hves. Their -fMldraf are titowelconJe, and grow up with ? out flare ': the home atmoBDhere is not suited to the Jtealthy growth of -virtue and refine it^nt - What is the result 1 A family of 'ilJ-natnTSSd, ijarrelsome, unrefined children. They marry and 'carry to their homes the, :stmeMnio«pWere, and rear other families like ?onto foyibne in .which they were raised. The wonil»»-»-*li»t there are so many agreeable :ond cttJturoB people in the world as. there =»re. ? ' . -

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tenders for Conveyance of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

Glove* Made of Human Skin. Gloves -which were sold as kid are often Inftde of human skin, said Dr. Mark L. -Nardyt, the Greek physician of Philadelphia, recently, ' The skin on the breast' continued 'the physician, ' is soft and pliable, and may be used in the making of gloves. When '.people buy gloves they never stop to question -about the material of which they are made. The sbookeener himself mar be in ignorance. ~»nd the purchaser has no means of asoertain ?ing whether the material is human skin or 'not. The faot'h the tnnning of human skin 4s extensively carried on in Prance and ^8wi|fee(Und. Th» product is manufactured ?into gloves, and these are imported Into this 'country. -Thus you see a person might be '?wearing part of 6 diBtant relative's body and toot know it'

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
F.L. Barker's Weekly Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

^B^^d^^^port. Vnll WooUed are, war^^i6-n * ja^fp CJd, Wrjrowtb and ^auigr' 4|d fe'BJa, abort or *omn 2Jd to 4)dper lb^ green shins 8d to lOdeach. , ' 'iZijpA^.j ? ^^fo»-^tf Ringed except ing for perhaps jmafi^atieavy or whmh neavies. reJ^Ml^a-jb.eA^ two toitanooi SJd, fau% want,xrom Id toljd tMi«i— T^ma^lainoamyiast report shows a rise #f -j|d '''MsT'WsliiitC Shipments

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Singular Story of Suspended Animation. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

Singular Btoiy of Snspea4ed Jmliaation The St. Leonards correspondent of the London Soily Tdtgrtph writes t— About a week ago the wife of a well-known trades man in St. Leonards fell ill, and on Monday night last the doctor gave bis ropMon that she could hot-iivethrough the next day. X-n Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock the doctor nronounoed his natient dead. Om nniu »hn was in attendance confirming the opinion. The intimation of death naturally created great distress among the friends of .the woman, who was laid out in graveclothes and prepared for burial, and beteg a $oman Catholio a crucifix was placed in hi-r hand as she lay on her Men ; ?Wnen ^ was an nounced that the woman was dying, a priest was sent for,- but %e could not attend, an he was out of town at the time. About a quar ter to 10 on Tuesday sight ^tha .nurse entered the room without a light for the pur pose of getting something which she knew where to find. While In' die darkened chamber she was started to hea* a slight ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bateman's Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

Bateman's Bay. (From otift oira CoRwaPosbBOTV Rifles.— A Rifle Reserve. Co. has bee* granted here and duly gazetted. About thirty members have been enrolled and more are expected to join,. . We expect, the . affair will turn out a success, and nope to produce - some good shots. A government officer will D9 oere aariDg me nrgi wcbk .in whmw w inspect the range, etc. The following officials have been appointed i-iPresWent (with rank of honorary captain) G. F. Guy, Esq., J.P. : Secretary, Mr. N. Robinson j Treasurer, Mr. '. ('hnpiih ; Committee, Messrs. G. F. flay, Kobinson, f^Hp^ple; -J. Benson, J. Daley, T. K. Uobs .1 . K. H.^-e and.F. S-Bowysv. SpopTINa. — A^hotSB [(toe t'J ?.?''. nlace here on Saturday between /. Bishop's ?bay mare, 'Oar Nell,' and T. Sewman's bhwk boree, Demon,' for £10 asiaji,- three thnes round the oosrsai 7st up. Newman was disappointed ia his jockey at tbj last moment and had to mkf mm a yjh i ^1m * mom . ft%* hum ljwt from the start and won easily, bo^ no doa...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bushranging Near Orange. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

Bushraaging X** 0^aB|«-, Information we* glven to tbejpoiiee about 1 o'clock on Sunday morning, that six persons had been stuck np rofcnrning home by two armed menooverfld »», crape Jan Saturday evenbg bet*ee'n 8-?jid',i o'clbcSat Brandy Creek, about four miles from Orange.'' Thnir names are James Fitzgerald, Patrick FitE ger&Id, Thomas Winburn, and John Walsh, all riding. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sherry were driving in a buggy. Ab ttaty came along the road they were covered by revolvers and told to dismount On their doing so they were tied up to separate trees on the road, and were att searched, from frtzgerald and brother was taken 22s 6d, Winburn 22s 9d, Welsh noth ing, Daniel Sherry one penny, Mrs. Sherry ninepence. After they were all searched one of the delinquents was let loose, and was told by the robbers to untie the others. Tho -robbers took away the bone of. James and Patrick Fitcgeraldv.but promised to leave them in Orange, ami they wefe f£nnd in the trucking yards at...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dock Labourers Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

Dock Labouran Strike. The press is Unanimous in expressing gr»ti ftea&an at the terms on which the strike has been brought to a conclusion, but donbte if the Strikers have gained any permanent benefit from the agitation. Tb* stokers formed a .large pro cession, and nunhed to Hyde Park, where they held a ooagtatulatory meeting on the ter mination ol the strike. Great prominence was given in sue speeches to toe tobstantial aid isaavadirem Anstmlia. At the great demon staatioaln Hyde Park to celebrate the cease of thsatrita, the Australian flag was waved above the' plattorm from which addresses were made. The flag was surrounded with flowers and. was' borne first in the procession of all flags. 4,000 men wen working in place of tie striken when the settlement of the dispute was arranged and the strikers are irritated at non-onion men being re tained. Burns advised men to be patient, and threatens that if dook owners violate agtftment to would organise another strike and paralys...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Consultation Sweeps. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

OtAKBttaHan Swaena. The proprietors of the town and Country Journal were to-day fined L10. and costs for advertising consultation sweeps, Notice of appeal was given.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Artificial Lungs. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

''ArtttriULangB. The Jfewftork *VW stales that an ob Jarf^tfMfSpfr » Bridgeport, Coan., Is a ra|b^^ct|'l:«)fe«orQ«»rge Poe,a relatfoa^|«- laiS Bdgar Allan Poe,has fawutimmmm and then brought back ^I^P^^MM^ofjritne^ ^^^^^^of^lanj^ftbe yE|^^^e:;.wai. restored. Professor S?pw _paV*» »» ' diown «-d restore Si^ia^Uwell asrabbita. He will S^^Wetof^po^di^orA. ^^HEPliSWwegBnerallyadopted ^^2^t.andb4it^fr^oat

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some Essential Points in Buttermaking. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

Some Essential Points in atatternttk ins. 1. The entire absense of all foretgn and Injurious matter in the milk,. from whatever causes these may come. -- 2. The observance of the exact temperature in the various parts .of the. prooeas, . S. The proper degrees of,fcciaity in the cream when it is put In the churn, 4. The stoppage of ttowMrniBg when the batter is in the form tf«mall grains no lar ger than grains of back wheat. \ 5. The comeplete freedom of the butter from any trace, even *t the butter-mafc. 6. The mixture of the right proportion of perfectly pure salt in butter. 7. The perfect working of the batter to make it compact and to eeenre (to even mixture of the salt with it , Iftbasepobts are perfectly aecared the batter, will be good; if one fails the butter wOl be salty ; %at if all tajl, as faj Ae role in the majority of eases, the butter will be bad or worse. ' ' '-'

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dairy Produce Factories. (CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

Dairy Produce Factories (CONCLDDEC.) Address by Mr. T. N. Grierson, manager Bodalla Estate, delivered at Strathilbyn S.A. In the matter of dairying the Oorerataenl Vf this Colony have lagged behind the -9overnmentg of New South Wales and Vic toria by not offering a foH practical and scientific exposition of the indostry, bat I am pleased to . nouce ny tbp uorentor s speeeh at the opening of Parliament rhat the industry is to receive attention daring the present session, and I trust we are on the eve of what will be a revolution ia the rural economy of this country from the- skilful application of water in the prodaation of crops. \ think it is safe to say that no branch of farming will possibly be so roach Itenufited by rational irrigation as dairying. There Is no prodnce bo watery an milk, and no animal requires so much succulent food and so much water to drink so many daya of every year as the cow does. If possible, therefore, green crops every day of the year, in such quantity an...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Singular Story of Suspended Animation [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

Singular Story of Suspended Animation The St- Leonards correspondent of the London Dotty lidejfrdpk wntes's-^-About a week ago the wife of a well-knbVn trades man in St. Leonards fell ill, and on Monday uiguv juoh m» uuuiur gave ma opinion tnac she could hot live through the next day. On Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock the doctor pronounced his patient *dead, the nurse who was in attendance confirming . the opinion. The intimation of death naturally created great distress among the friends of the woman, who was laid out in graveclothes and prepared for burial, and being a; Roman Catholic a crucifix was placed in hpr hand as she lay on her bier. When it was an nounced that the woman was dying, a priest was sent for, but he could not attend, as he was out of town at the time. About a quar ter to 10 on Tuesday night the nurse entered the room without a light for the pur pose of getting something which she knew where to find. '? While, in the darkened chamber she was started to hear a ali...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some Essential Points in Butttermaking. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

Some Esaeatial Points in Buttermak ing. - 1. The entire absense of all foreign and injurious matter in the milk, from whatever causes these may come. 2. The observance of the exact. temperature in the various parts of the process. . 3. The proper degrees of acidity in the cream when it is put in the churn.: 4. The stoppage of the churning when the butter is in the form of small grains no lar ger titan grains of buck wheat. . 5. The comeplete freedom of the butter from any trace, even of the butter-milk. 6. The mixture of the right proportion of perfectly pure salt in butter. - 7. The perfect working of the batter to make it compact and to secure the even mixture of the salt with it. If these points are perfectly secured the butter will be good : if one fails the butter will be salty ; but if all fail, as is the rule in the majority of oases, the butter will be bad or worse.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dairy Produce Factories. (CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

Dairy Produce Factories. (CONCLUDED.) Address ;l-y Mr. -T. N. Grierson, manager Bodalla Estate, delivered at Strathalbyn S. A. In the matter of dairying the Government of this Colony have lagged behind the Governments of New South Wales and Vic toria by not offering a full practical and scieutuic uxposiwuu oi tne inausiry, uut j. »ra pleased to notice by thp Governor's speech at the opening of Parliament that the industry is to receive attention during the present session, and I trust we are on the eve of what will be a revolution in the rural economy of this country from the skilful application of water in the production of crops. I think it is safe to say that no branch of farming will possibly be so much benefited by rational irrigation as dairying. There is no produce so watery as milk, and no animal requires so much succulent food and bo much water to drink bo many days, of every year as the cow does. If possible, therefore, green crops every day of the year, in such quantity a...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Artificial Lungs. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

r Artificial Lungs. ; The New York World states that an ob JecKci.great curiosity in Bridgeport, Conn., is a' rabbit which Professor George Poe, a relation of the late Edgar Allan Poe, has droVned eleven times and then brought back Iplife. .,. The Professor has invented an arti ficial pair of lungsi 'which he uses to restore. life' jj»y drowning or asphyxiating. . To de monstrate its usefulness he submerges his rabbit jui water in the presence of witnesses, and* holds it there for ten minutes. The tabhit has also been smothered with the fumes of burning charcoal until all signs of life have been extinct. A mirror held at the mouth and nose shows no vapour, neither was there any heart action. Professor -Poe :then attached his parent bellows, covering over the mouth, and forced oxygen into the lungs. The returning suction of the pumps draws out tfte deadly gases, and thus an artificial respiration produced a muscular iexpansion and contraction of the lungs of the subject until life wa...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dock Labourers Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

;? Dock Laboarers Strike. The press is unanimous in expressing grati fication at the terms on which the strike has been brought to a conclusion, but doubts if the strikers have gained any permanent benefit from the agitation. The strikers formed alarge pro cession, and nurched to Hyde Park, where they held a congratulatory meeting on the ter mination of the strike. Great prominence was given in the speeches to the substantial aid received from , Australia. - At the great demon stration in Hyde Park to. celebrate the cease of the strike, the Australian flag was waved Stove the platform from which addresses were made. The flag was aurronaded with flowers and was borne first in the procession of all flags. 4,000 men were working in place of the strikers when the settlement of the dispute was arranged and the strikers are irritated at non-union men being re tained. Burns advised men to be patient, and threatens that if dock owners violate gijgr«Bmeu$ he would organise another strike and...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

Dog owners are reminded that their canine pets should be registered not later than the 30th. instaut

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889

Land. H. W. Barton reports baring Bold the several paddocks advertised for the 21st inst., . the property of Mr. Sub-Inspector Cornett for the -very- satisfactory price of £6 per acre, con ? sidenng the' state of the market. No grass landi li&ve been quitted at so excellent a figure for ^lengthened period.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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