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Close of the Mission. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
Close of the Mission. ; - — - '. ? / On Sunday last, the Mission conducted in; the Church of the Sacred He*rt, by the; Passionist Fathers, was brought to a -close, after extending over a period of 14 days. The attendances haye been uniformly large, and hi every instance die congregationaJui^e shown by their devotional demeanour.hbw much they realized the Christian truths promulgated by the creat and cood Fatten. On Sunday eveninir Father Hilary's , eermpn: was a powerful intellectual effort, ;ii|% fitting climax to . the series of iervid utterances delivered with unabated vigor and earnestness during the mission. He coun selled his hearers to. stand true, to the resolu tions they had made, by engaging in daily; prayer, and regularly attending the religious exercises offered . by their Church. He deplored the ignorance that existed with reference to the doctrines of the Church, and the truths of the Bible. Men neglected and' misunderstood these things necessary to their sottl'e salva...
Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
Accident ' Whilst driving *? Charlie 'at a brisk pace on the road from Tatbra, on Thursday after noon, Mr. Robert Sharpe had an accident The horse shied coming on the Jellat Jellat Creek bridge, and driver and horse went over into the deep water.. . The horse got clear of the vehicle which was left with a dished wheel on we onage ; put usa to swim about before he could find footing on the bank Master Robert took an inrolnntaiy dive to .the : bed of the creek, bat soon came up to the surface in a damp condition, and managed to' scramble out somehow, with nothing worse than * sprained wrist and a rather spoiled -suit of clothes. A youngster seated with Mr. Sharpe was uninjured. This is the ^firet accident at this spot, and it may be a century before something similar occurs. — Bega Gazette, ''
Latest News. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
Latest News. — + — . . BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE -MARKET. Mr H. Clarice, Produce Merchant, Vic toria Wharf, Sydney, reports:— Butter, 7d to lOd Bacon, 6d to 7d Cheese, 5d to 7d Lard, 4d to 5d Hides, 2d to 2£d Bark, M to £8 ' Make. 3s to 3s 2d ? Eggs, lOd per dozen.
Magisterial Enquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
, MagilAerial JEnqniry. .$ non, $»., mtTrawagee -*ii Friday itatior® Purpose of ascertaining 'the cause of the death of Mr. John Luck, junior, who was accidentally thrown from his cart on the pre vious day, receiving injuries from which he died about 7 p.m. - , ,?: uaronne snottin sattn : The deceased John Luck was my brother. He redded near my house at Yarragee. He died about seven. o'clock yesterday evening. About half-past five o'clock he was sitting in a cart returning from Moruya, Bis wife was was with him and she was driving the horse at the time, when within about one hundred yards from his residence the horse took fright and ran off. I saw the wheel come in contact with a stump and the occupants were thrown but; with great force. I came at once to their assistance. Mrs. Luck was standing, and my brother was in a kneeling position. I asked her was she hurt, and she replied no, only him (John) .meaning my brother. He said 'My back is broken.' He was in great pain. I did all I ...
Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
Government Ctawtte. The following portion of land has been re served from saleforaccessandotherpublic par* poses, ym :— 65 acres, County of Dampier, parish of Noorooma. The Crown Lands within the following bouwlOTea .: 'Comtnen ctag.on JthBjast^cnjbon jet ifaagidga^Mfecr ata point «ast of a point 21 chains south of rthe soutlf-east corner of portion 269 j and bonn ded thence on the north byalineeast4chains ; thence on the east by a line south 25 chains ; thence again on the north by a line east to high-water nark on the shore of the Pacific Ocean ; thence again on the east by that high-water mark southerly to the entrance to Nangudga Lake aforesaid ; and thence on the south and vest by the northern and eastern shores of that lake wesferty and notherly, to the point of commencement.—' The following Gold-mining leases have been declared void, the lessess having failed to take delivery when called upon to do bo : — £. J. Coman and anotherTa. 3r. 14p. and 10a., parishes Bergalia and Mor...
Circus. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
Circus. Fitzgerald's great Palace Circus is an nounced to perform in Moruya this and to morrow evening. Personally, ire know little of this company, but the press along the coast ia load in its proves of the performances rendered in the different towns. This strong combination will also appear at Bodalla on Friday, Tilba on Satur day, ana uonargo on Monday. Xne Milton Exprm says : — Fitegerald's Palace Chens opened here on Saturday night last, and is without a doubt the best that has travelled the coast as far as a ring, performance. The acrobats an good, and 4he ponies are worth the money to tea them perform. Commodore does some wonderful balancing for a pony. Tom, the great jumping pony jumped over three other ponies in splendid form. I can highly recommend any one who wants to bare a treat to see Fitzgerald'6 Palace Circus.
Bushranging Near Orange. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
Bushranging Near Orange. Information was given to the police about 1 o'clock on Sunday morning, that six persons had been stuck up returning home by two armed men covered in crape on Saturday evening between 8 and 9 o'clock at Brandy Creek, about four miles from Orange. Their names are James Fitzgerald, Patrick Fitz» gerald, Thomas Winburn, and John Walsh, all naing. Mr. aua jfti-s. mmei auerry wore driving in a buggy. As they 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 all searched. From Fitagerald and brother was taken 22s 6d, Winburn 22s 9d, Welsh noth ing, Daniel Sherry one penny, Mrsi Sherry uinepence. After they were all searched one of the delinquents was let loose, and was told by the robbers to untie the others. The robbers took away the horse of James and Patrick Fitzgerald, but promised to leave them in Orange, and they were found in the trucking yards at the Railway s...
F.L. Barker's Weekly Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
F.L. Barker's Weekly Prodtfce Report. SflEBPBKlNfl— The demand is fluotaating. Full Woolled are worth from 5|d to 6Jd, fair growth and quality 4|d to Std, short or broken 2Jd to 4Jd per lb., green shins 8d to lOdeach. - . ' Hidbb— The^market is unchanged except ing for perhaps prime extra heavy or which through scarcity sold a little more freely than usual, ordinary butcher's rated from 2$d to 2|d, all weights but superior conditioned heavies reached 3|d and in one or two instances 3|d, faulty went from Id to lfd per lb. MaiBB — This market since thj last report shows a rise of 2d per bushel, Shipments from the rivers continue to arrive freely, hence I do not think prices will advance further. Prime samples are realizing 3s 2d, other sorts from 2s 6d to 2s lid. Tallow— Best beef J&20 10s to £20 15s, superior mixed £21 to £21 6s. 2nd quality £18 to £20-per ton. ' -'. Babk— Dry and heavy gr«6u- wattle .alone in demand, all other descriptions being neglected. I effected Bales a...
Sad Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
Sad fatal Accident Our town and district were thrown into a state of gloom on Thursday last by one of the saddest accidents it has been our lot to chronicle, whereby Mr. John Luck junior, lost his life. The circumstances of the ter rible occurrence are these. The deceased, during the morning had complained of not feeling well, and in the afternoon his wife radiated him to accompany her to Gundary, wltfence she was going for- tome Article tof furniture. The horse they ware driving was of the quietest description. ' 'Having accom plished their business, they were returning home, and%hen they -had entered their pad dock, deceased, who opened the gate, Hug g« ted «*at3tfra. Luck should drive home, a duanceof about ^00- yards, whilst he not fee ing wel],; rtolined on a mattress which wa t in the cart. A short distance only had been travfeiSid,! when for some ireManGgr otberltte/hpjrse suddenly shied, ran into a stamp, Growing Twthbccnpants out: Mrs. Luck escaped almost without any injury...
Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
Produce Report Walter Hope, Commission Agent, 197 Sussex-street, Sydney reports as follows :— ? ; Chaff (prime) L6 10s to L7 10s per ton. „ (2nd quality) L4 to L6 per ton. ' (straw) £3 10s to £4 10s. Hay (Lucerne) L3 20s to Li 10s per ton, „ (Oaten) L6 0s to L7 10s. Potatoes (New Zealand) L5 0s toL5 10s. „ (Circular Head) L5 15s to L6 10b, Onions (New Zealand) L30 0s to £31 Os. Flour (best roller) £13 0s to £13 10s. Feed Oats 3s Od to 3s 4d per bus. . Seed Oats 3s 3d to 3s 6d per bus. Barley 3s Od to 3s 6d per bus. Maize 3s 2d to 3s 4d per bus. . Pollard 9d to lOd per bus. Bran lOd to lid per buB. 1 Butter Is Od to Is 6d per lb. ; .. , ' Cheese 6d to 7id. . j Bacon 5d to 6d. ??.4 w Lard 5d to 6d. m Honey 4d to 5d. V% Eggs (Northern) lOd. „ (Southern) lid. Fowls 3s «d to 4s od. Docks 4s 6d to Ss 6d. Geese 5s Od to 7s. Hen Turkeys 7s Od to 8b Od. Cock Turkeys 12s to 14s Od. Pigs (alive) 8b Gd to 42s. Calves 7s Od to 38s. Kangaroo Skins' 3s to 13s 3d. ??'??:?' .' ' ' Wallaby Skins 6s t...
Bateman's Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
Bateman's Bay. (From oUb ovnn Correspondent Rifles.— A Rifle Reserve Co. has been granted here and duly gazetted. About thirty members have been enrolled and more are expected to join. We expect the affair willturn out a success, and hope to produce some good shots. A government officer will be here during the first week in October to inspect the range, etc. The following officials have been appointed i — President fwif-.ll ranlr nf tlnnnM-tf OanfnitA Cl V fliiir. Esq., J.P. ; Secretary, Mr, N. Robinson I Treasurer, Mr- C. Chappie }. Committee, ..-?-.. Messrs. GL F. Guy, Robinson, Chappie, G. Benson, J. Daley, T. F. Ross, J. F. Hespe and F. S. Bowyer. Sporting.— A horse race took place here on Saturday between J. Bishop's bay mare, ' Our Nell,' and T. Newman's black horse, Demon,' for £10 aside, three times round the course, 7st up. Newman- was disappointed in his jockey at tha last moment, and had to get one on the course. Tha martt led from the start and won easily, but no doubt ....
Moruya Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
^ .? ?'?'' ? . ''.'48ffln-ya Post Office. Mails for Syrtnci1, Umiilvrood, Mid AralnoD tsIob daily, Fri-!Hy« oxoepteJ, at JO p.m. For lii:jfi. -«jlwirgo, liudallu, iinj i3iMgalia, close diiily, MomJays exceptud, nt 9.30 p.m. l-'oi- Hr.ttiiian's l!uy aud Mogo, close On Sundays at 10 p.m. and on \Vo-lnet,days anil Fridays at i.M p.in. For Kifira closes Wednesdays and Saturdays at ?i.:H)p.m. Mails from Sydney, Braidwood, anil Aialuen are received .taily, MONDAYS exocptcil, at 9 p.m. Fi-oiii l^ys., Colwrgo, ittMlalla, and Dergalia, daily, Fuiuavs excepted, at 10 p.in. Uatuuuin'ti Bay aud Mogo ou Mondays at 7-30 p.m. ; Thursdays at 12 uoon, luid on Satui-day»41 liom-s after arrival of steamer from Sydney.. A Sydney bau is also receivted by this mail. Kiora Wednesdays and Saturdays at 12 uoon. OFFICE HOURS. The Post Office is open regularly from 9 a.m. until 6 ;-.m. on week days, and on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. ?' Money Order and Savings Bank Office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. -dully ...
Good Reasons. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
Good Reasons. ' Tommy,*' said his mother, -l do ytitt think you will get a prize at school for being good V' ' No, 'nij' said Tommy. 'Why not,, sir?' asked his father, sternly, laying down hie paper.' ' Because they don't give any,' answered Tommy, meekly. . A. T. Stewart, the American millionaire, who built up the mammoth soft-goods busi ness of the United States, used to say that 'advertising gave him all he wasjivorth.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 18 September 1889
teyj^l^ckfey Chili. A-1^^K0j3tih?wtona*rt will be held at ; Tatteraau'con TUESDAY NEXT* tfie24th instant, at8.60p!mi :-' ? '?????'? ? ? ?' ' BuemeBS Impoitarit. . - & sx v ! D- A. BdIilSOGk,\ Joint ; 8.Jjg4ftKlJjB,/Hon: fleca. : U^me Itule* npilE Committee are requested to meet at the 1 Royal Hotel fan MONDAY EVENING at. 130 -to receive the Secretary's statement of aceonntfc '??*-???., P. McEEONi/**011- &e-*- A.aMP* Society. A MteETENb^fih-e Committee will be held at 25L the Htfl 6h FRIDAY, 2Cth Sept. WILLIAM BOOT, , . . Secretary; Gratefui^omforting, EPPS'SlOCdA. BREAKFAST, ' By a thoronnh knowledge of the natural laws whieh govern the operation of digestion and nutri tion, -and by carefal application of the fine proper tieB at well-selected cdeo'a, \ir. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a defioately flavoured bevetage wliich may Bavc «t (nany heavy doctor* bills. It ife fcy the judicious use of such articles of diet that a Constitution may be gradually bi...