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A New Australian Team. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

,. , AlfewAnstr«iianT«MB. 'The advent lmxt year of H.team fronj ?tho antipodus is rather coii'tfiny '?to tho c.k ^-ectations if liiost .people, who UAve lxJt-n.| ?taking for granted that we ire to harp a. .jprettyjong cessation in the visits of Aus tralia* cricWotors .(nays tlie Hume- Wi-w».) ? ilany people' in England believe that 1892 'would nave +-een quite soon enough, but if ' the Colonials intend -to come at trll, no better 'irjen could be chosen than those ?whose naraes have been mentiened. ThatTOftgnificent bat,' Murdoch, will, it is now reported, captain, 'the team, while the veteran bowler Boyle will aot as general manager of the enterprise. It is oleo 'hoped that George Uiflen, the South Australian, who is indispntabjy among 'the best half -dozen all-round players in the world, will also come, together with Turner and Ferris, the two successful bowlers of the -1888 team,. Blackhani, tie peerless wicket keeper, Percy McDonnell Mid Trott. A more doubtful statement is that S...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Loss on the Sydney Show. I [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

; : L0MOBth« gTdBMttnr. i The AKrittAMMl fleeter, . %daeji feet about £1,000 over ikA jbow. liT .nut spoo Um cominwed wet weather. , '.: :% . '.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of an Old and Wealthy [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

- ? — ' I . Detth.tfu OM^aM WMUtoMtUk. D.vH Berry, ««? «t %. Dleie edolMt, died at OooJangatU vsetsidjsi at tJswtrS sovtlten district sMrih «? w ' e^ajrajsTiMQ per aete. . ? ' ? . ? '?./.. 't'''.' ' ? - ' ? * ' ' '*?*??? ,i' ,»a-

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

Preface Report. Walter 'Hope, Commission Agent, 197 ?Sussex-street, Sydney Teports as follows : — Chaff (prime) Ua VQ* to tu 10s per ton. 4 „ -2nd quality IA to IS pet -ton. ' ^straw) £S 10s to £i 10s. 'Bay (Lucerne) L8 10s to Li 10a per ton. „ -Oaten) i6 0s to L7 10s/ ?Potatoes (New Zealand) 14 15b to^-5s. „ (Circular Head) L6 6b to JiG 15s.' 'Onions (New Zealand) L30 (A to £3^0s. floor (best-roller) £13 Os to £19 lOe! ? feed Oats 3s«d to 3s 4d per bus. iSeoa Oat. 3s id to 3a 6d per dub. ' Barley Ss'fld to in 6d per bus. , ? Maise Ss Sd t-r Ss 4d per bus. bollard 9d to lOd per bns. £ran«WtolOJdperbuB. Butter 8d to Is per lb. - ' «Me»e«aeo71ci. Attta 8d to 64' ? ??- ? Iar4«d«o«cL - aiAtU^Kd to «d.: ' ' * Sggs (Northern) lOd. ,V 'XBonaiern) lid. ' S'owls 4s to 5s, : Docks*. to«s. '????? ' «eeBeBi(Mto-8s. Heh«urk%y»7B;0dto8a0d. Or^^rtoyBlSetb^Ba. 'ObWw^s^^Bs; ' :;' ?? . ? , Tteo^np-iSkinB8fl6dto.2lBBer doz.

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 — 25 September 1889

F. L' Barker's WeelflyProduce^e^bi^ SnftKPSKiNS.-^-ientf -woolod 5jd.to ''GJd,-; .. -fair .growth-ami1-; qunmy 4J-J to §Jd, short nnd broken 2Jd to id per H), green skihB to :..'.7d«acb: Hides— Extra heavies 2|d.to 3£-1, slpppy ?heavies 2W to 2|d,mediara weights 2jdto :2M, HfihU 2|d to 2|d, dry 2d to 2fd, '-damaged Id to 2d per lb. Tallow— Best beef or mixed £20 to £20 \ %s, trade' parcels £18 10s to £19 10s per tori. ' . Bark— Best green wattle -sold as high as X8 10a ; fair-to good £5 to £6 10a. Maizb — Prime samples'have been moving 'off at from 3b to 3a 2d, and in rare inBtandtw ?3s 3d. has been obtained. Figs — Prices -in -this -ine have advanced and snould the present ctemand continue 'values will advance much more. Bacon pigs ?nre worth to -60s for large sorts.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest News. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

Latert Hewn. .- - ? ? ' - ' ? * , . BT TXLXCttATC. PRODUCE MARKET. - MrH. Oluke, Produce Merchant Vio toria Wha$ fiwdhej/reporti:— Butter, 7d Uvjpd ' ? , Bacon, 9cTt»7d Cboese, od.to 7d - ' I*ra, 4d toSd -Hides, 2ffto 2UI Bark, £6 to £8 '? Maize. 3a to 3s 2d - EggA lOd per dozen.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Accounts. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

.- ;;. v Onr Aeevuta. „ ?? ? Sweeti to.*e sweet,' they ssy, bat jnd ging1fro'mrdi*refJecU o? the soft word or two Ute|y spoken by us to our subscribers, aonie Uung.wna.waotinK either oa oar p-aii or theirs, aid mireh oC tin sweetness .that -*k- iats AwaSAar^Mft /haa been wastad an Iha aeWtlltf'^^.sBlwcribBrs, in awwf,.hat* not wmittoShticratcli in the h«ny that we eHW^S^^-wJ'- ^refowk-^'-irt in ^hi^mm^^f b«t ioocwdln reaohingitillbere is.Jipthiiig that shews Jiiiiljgll^^^lip^f^TfttiriiuC wii vagina

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest News from the East. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

laUtt Vein from the Eut Ihe latest in-e%aDot. froa rthe east i» orts a rich, gold discovery in Corel. Chmeat Naval Department are dischargiaa; aNthe sart^grto ^ tl« .srVlce. TerriUe wrecked, and ^giojuid torn open in ell UiMe *!??? ??'? -%.--»:

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY, Tuesday. Protection and Freetrade. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

, SYDNEY, TuMttT. Proteetiim aadrrettnd*. - Mr. Edmund .Barton will' deliver ''ths inaogunJ ?ddrtsa at the* fdrtEcoming National Protection Oenfenooe. the ft*?1 trade Associatioo have decided to Hold ? ?seeting to tepl^to the statements put forth by the Protectionist advocates. ' ';? M

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A. and P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

A.and fc 8od«r. A meeting of the committee was heU *.t the hull on Friday afternoon. The ftften dioqe was poor oc -account of so niainy of the memberilBMikg gone to Sydney to at-' tend the annual show there. The secretary, William Boot, handed in hip resignation oon aequent npou his early departure1 from tbe district The meeting asfmd Mr. Boot to re tain his position pending the appointment .«t hij'siiocessor. for which a general meeting is called *-r the 1st October. .

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
END OF THE DOCK LABOURERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

END OF THB DOCK LABOUREBS* STE1KE. v Honody win begrudge Cardinal Manning tba credit of bringing to a clone the Dook ?' , labourers' strike, should it prove that aiet ,-j tfaiueut hai 1ieen «rri.-ed at He ias taken , ^ * promment .position amongst .thoas Who f 3«, , bave tried to pour oil on tk$ troubled waters, . - i'~rC iftTnl be has Dftrtevered when othm m.v* nn Ut -'''th«-UskMhpp8le«». The Cardinal— who is E .. - Cj3»w «t*iy yiww ibld-T^M done his best to. pt J£wmt wh&t threatened U)*e-. most disutroos »4a*»| revolutiou, and ifll people «f the Eng Pr^SaWM^ii^^^u|-d «o -d, tut mm ^^^^?ne of tbe foMiostln^iAmen Ot ftfr ll^me'^' whilst tre'p^Kie Kpt^i; ..cooperated witi hint fiu ^^Kn^g^Id tvebeen of nb'»Wr« ^gM|»dSrt*PBa*-r-tiB wonderful r^powe to ^^^»»%Es^:''^*M§li--;tf- 'we . aacribe hiiher aaJed to the symp^thie. of fr#^isi'Afe-i. ! «h- ^^JgjitfJfrM «0|4tUo««-oW wlnEtt -TPCK -JBWWsWWLI telM ftO WfB ^VOTB.^lMkw fts«r» hws»'«sto diolMt* oiM «*' to ??iwnJt-to. r^n^^K^StaeMo...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sense of Animals. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

Seine «r.AairmlB. ' The phyrical«xprestione which tbeanikini* employ to mauifest tbeir passkms, reo.'dlre ments, distresses and emotions, are precisely similar to man's. ' Theycaress with th»irlip*' and limbs, show resentment by facial distor tion, bites,- and kicks, and fear by a tremor ; they kap with joy, loll with liirat, lag with fatigue, and attack for reyenge or reprisal. Even fislies; -with their poor deficient bodies, are able to maniteat nianv mental operations in a manner intelligible to man as well as to each other. There is no end to nutbenticntod in?tiince9 of animal sagacity indicating pre meditation, plan, purpose, sense of duty,' pru dence, gratitude, method, judgment. Animals memorise. They cherish malice, they, dream in their sleep, they can count, they have a eensp of injustice, a consciousness ef error, and motions of forgiveness and reparation.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Protection. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

. PivtMttoa.' - Yes, protection ajtSii* the prti.ilii.'iiiifeii: protection which wsSjanllle one jMirhtrii'Mr anddattghtarstb Urt a£B lna-ry a*i begMa sturdy race to mamtain and jncjeae* $»*& we shall W.^^h. ^gS*7 tta^ WBBmm * t^m iffclB^ i^Ii^s^mImi SMWS^'fiii^M 8KE3Sfi^BSSsBaSS|j5B5LKBigs65ffl

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Jury Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

Jcsr . Can. ?fj. I. Byrne v. P. Browoe— Rent £200. —Mr/Bollock fer paaiotiC ifr.tUwlinson SmhMAnt Mr. FoBedklaavkg opened ?as*:— ?C. J. Byrne -de«oscd : km gnsaer living ^PQsdgee ; have lsnd at Bstewra j *m holder of leasehold area 28t, for which I pay the Qpswn £.140 17a lid jwr year. The defen dant came to Belowro. in 1«82 ; freah lease comine«ced 1st July, 1*86. In Juno 1B85I taentioned to Browne taiat be had use of this land fora«»Bsiderable.time and I thaaght tome arVaegennsTt Aould.be made for pay iieDt ; Ire bid be wonld pay for it arid asked my price ; I replied, couldn't say until it was assessed. Ho replied, 'very well.1' I re moved some ef my cattle to allow defendant full possession untO-March, 1869. , 168 acres and 98 acres I aio freeholder ofc Defendant -a'As to have the '*oe of all unenclosed hind. I was to be paid Is *d per acre fer the free hold. His rtpt? was'' All right.' After the conversation I removed my cattle from Ihe land referred to. /use 1885 to March V869...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Twa Hours at Hame. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

Tw* fioui at Hame. Mr. Hamltoo Wilsoo, the celebrated Scot tish VooUUt, will Kive one of his Scottish Couoertsin the Mechanic's lnstatateonThura-: day night, -3rd: October, and tit Batnnanis Bay bu Friday night, *th October. From our^ehauges we notice that Mr. WHwb has a{-peiu«d iii- tfaa Saoalhawen district with great mows. Ha gives am entertainjiwnt sinuTarto 'the Kehnedy family, and the iVio taeiaiijsresaoiiaraotmatd Mr. WiJsoD«ssater- tauubeat as one which, apart frosi tne taoA-' oal s mse. embodied hi the songs, .was of aa edac itidnaf ehanetor as tbe variooa Scottish, ?onM 'are explained before ringing. We hopeito fee Mr. Wilson well patronised in «his $Hettist and at'fiatoman's Bay where he will appear Ojp. Zhwilay, 4th October.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Charity Organisation. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

Charity Orgini8ationfl. -Speaking at the annual meeting of the Bristol Charity Organisation Society on Mon day, Sir M. liickB-Beaoh asked, seeing that the difficulty of detecting imposture was so great that two moat . acnte members of an acute and ever-suspicious profession-— tbe l^Brd/Cn&ncellor trad' the Solicitor-General— recently fell- easy victims' to a begging-letter imposture, was it not necessary that there should be an organised attempt to deal with imposture of this kind, which not only wasted money, but even deprived those really deser ving of charity of what they would otherwise receive 1 ? Be,? therefore, . tppVqved'of the system of- chsritj organisation. -As they wanted merey 'and booniy ^emielves, let them give mfcrty and bdunfr to other*, but with wisdom .-thought, and -prudence. Let them see'-tfaMi by- co-operating with others, ihe «tanst was done that could 'be 'done by jail the means at their' disposal ' to -raise the position of those who were the victims...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reading Character by the Teeth. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

Reading Character by the Teeth. The. shape and placing of the teeth are not without significance in the diameter given by the mouth. When the upper gum shows above the teeth directly the lips are opened, it is a sign of a cold and phlegmatic nature. Short, -small tceth'are held by the physiognomists to denote .weakness and short life ; while rather long teeth, if evenly set in tbe head, denote long life. The more, the teeth,- in, point, size, shape,' iind arrangement, approach to, those of carnivorous animals, the more .violent are the animal instincts in the person ;' while tbe more human teeth, in shape and position approach to those of the graminivorous animals, the more placid is the character.. White, medium-seized and evenly.-eet teeth, which are seen as soon as the mouth is open, tut which are entirely exposed— that if, which do not at any. time show the gums— are signs of good and honest natures. Projecting - teeth show rapacity j small, retreating teeth which are 'rarely se...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

GrateM-Oomffrtifi£ ^ . EPPSfjpJM; ; ~ '- -* ' -''-rJ * * ^ s *** * .' — ' ? '% a flftromih kaowtedgenf^tho -Bat^rnJ Ik** which govern thfe opdrition of fflgWtton arid ?rtrtri- tion, and by careful applications! the. fine {kroner-. ties of well-Mknted«aom,^b. Hop' na« provfded onr breakfast taMea with a' delicately flavoured beverage which may save ifc taanj heavy doctorV brlla. Kin Uy the judioiou me oTBiibh 'irfttelod «- diet that a constitution may bt.graduallj.bmli jap nutil strcog enongh to. resist every tendency to diieue. ftundreda of subtile maladies ato Soatitg' aronnd us ready to a-buk wher«vo*Mr»le»*«*t' point. We may escape many a fctal ahafroy keep ing onraelt-es , roll fortified: with pure «oed and if properly nooriehen irame.'1— See article in the OivUSereice (Jazttlt, Made Soaply with Boiling Water ..,, ;, or Milk. Sold M-lb. packets hyittfla*, libelled thBs'.:.4 JAMES EPPS & CO.i ' BOM-3E©PATBTC CHEfflI8T8.' . The .' Moi-^ya Times iy OCR accounts are now tame...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ensilage and the Best Corn to Plant. Without delay to the office of this paper and Form. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 September 1889

Ensilage and the Best Corn to Plant. That ensilage is now one of theestablished requirements of the dairyman, farmer, and stock owner, is beyond doubt, and as the benefit of this method of preserving nutritious and palatable food for wiuter and dry seasons becomes more generally known, it is certain that every man who has -cattle or stock to keep, will realise the necessity of having his stock of ensilage always oh hand. There has been nothing introduced for very many .years that is of so' much real interest to tbe agriculturalist in general, and apart from the fact that sweet ensilage is the best green fodder for cattle, the advan tage given the farmer of having to cut only whatever quantity of green stuff he may de sire during unfavourable weatber cannot be ' too highly considered, for without- this method of stacking and preserving the greeu crop., it is frequently damaged, if not alto- ] gether deprived of. its- feeding qualities. Grass or any -kind of plant than can be used for...

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