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Judicious Feeding of Fowls. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 15 May 1889
Judicious Feeding of Fowls. Judicious feeding with poultry does not receive as much attention in general as its importance deserves. A hen cannot be ex pected to produce many eggs, unless her food contains the elements of which the egg is composed, and the kind of food offered to the hens should be governed entirely by the use for which thev are intended. It would be much bettor for all concerned to study into the cause and effects of different plans of feeding and feed for fowls and act according to tbeir best judgment after such experience. It is not so great an art to have the fowls lay well daring the cold weather, yet it is a sure sign of successful management on tbe part of the keeper, and quickly shows that he understands which food produces tbe best results. ? ' I expect they had some fine pups at tbe dog-show,', remarked a passenger from a country station ; ' but 1 have a dog at home I wouldn't give for the best of 'em.' ' What breed is be !' ' Don't know exactly, but I cal...
Rearing Queen Bees for [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 15 May 1889
Rearing Queen Bees for Bf Select the best colony, aiid i or no honey coming in feed t1 syrup every evening, a littl' bees will consume during tn. hours. Continue the feeding for .- until the colony is in a thrifty condition , on a fine afternoon remove the queen. On the fourth day after removing the queen, open the hive and examine, the combs carefully ; if these are cells sealed open them and examine the larva. Do not molest those not sealed. Replace the comliB, and on the twelvth dnv from that on which the queeu was removed, open the hive and cue out all the queen-cells but one and put them where they nre needed. Be sure to continue the feeding until the cells have been taken out. If you stop feeding and there is no honey coming from tlie flowers the bees are liable to destroy all tbe cells ex cept two or three. In the above way, and during tbe spring season, the queens will all be reared from eggs or larva? less than 24 hours old, and the food from the cell from which the larva; ...
Convicts in Clover. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889
Y Convicts in Clover. The bagnio in new Caledonia is certainly nut a region of lilis?. but neither is it a jmr loilory, ae sonii'innes represented, anil the con iliiinns of |ivnnl servitude art less severe than is (,'ciiemlly believed. The cettvicls are divided into five classes, according to their conduct nmrks. In the course of alont four years a 'cntiviut with a goml record is ^roniotcd to the first clns*, when his lot is such »sio excite tile ??'iivv uf nuv Prenth farmer or small proper! v owner. A first-elaas convict -obtains a '' concession ' ; tlmt is, fifteen acres ol land and ' a house. He is at liberty to marry a fcnmle f conviet, and. lives liken country squire, pro vided lie is a good manager. At JJourcil I ; I saw families of convicts who used tn drive to \ vlmreli on Sundays. One of the settlers, apwid * (!fi, a native of Nonnaiidy, namod l'ere Liv 'Ohupinette, said to nit : ' I have now been leu .years at the liuiftiio, ttofl for the last eix I Iitfvc ?lived on my coi...
A Man Attacked by Staghounds. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889
A Man Attacked by Staghotmds. ? .-' The registrar of tlio justice of the peace for the district of Rjinilxniillnt will have reason to reiiiciuljcrthc Uucfiecscd' Vacs mullicr stag liounds. M. Maj5«yi tlifi olliciiil in question, was quietly walking through the slmris of ? :t}ie town on Saturday afternoon when the buclieKsc and a brilliant huiitin^-jjiity ru * turned from the forest, currying home as a prize a magnificent ten-antlorcd staj;- Sud donly the registrnr w;is observed to i;o down. The hounds made for him, anO were about to tear him to pieces, when the limit snun whipped them away, but not before the animals lim! pulled M. Mugny'a clothes to ribbons with their teeth and indicted serious i-' injuries ouhis body. '*} ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889
'Mr. Yoder, your daughter Iriue has given me her permission to nsk of you her hand in marriage, but before I ask you for your formal consent you will pardon me if make the inquiry, as it is a matter of live long consequence -to mo, whether or not ther have evfir been any indications of iusanit; so tar as you know, in your family ?' 'You say' Irene. uai --accepted you, M Hankinson 1' ' I am happy to say she has.'1 ''Thpn^si^'/said the old, man, shaking ):-- head dejettaly.t' It ii-my dutyj us lei father, to tell you that Irine is showi..^ decided indications of insanity.' Certainly the best medicine known is Sas-i ?' and Son's Eucalypti Extract. Test its eminently powerful effecta in coughs, oolde.-iDDuenza - the relief la instantaneous. In serious cases, and *cci- deott of »U kinds, be they wounds, bums, scald ings, bmiws,_ sprains, it is the safest' remedy — no swelling — no iAnamma.iioa. Like, snrprising effects produced iji'dn&W, deptheria, bronchitis, jiiaflcuna. Won of ...
Scenes at Irish Evictions. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889
Scenes at Irish Evictions. A Correspondent it Haas writes to a London paper : Twelve houses from which the tenants were evicted, at Clongorey, were burned 'iy the agent and about HO emer gency men. The tenants who were evicted made no resistance whatever, the greater number of them lived in miserable cabins on holdings which varied in extent from 10 to 40 acres, and had fallen into arrears through the destruction of their crops bv Hoods. On Wednesday night the people went to bed as usual about 10 o'clock. About 3 o'clock a.m. they were startled by tho cries of ' fire,' snd on going out they found that the whole country abound was one glare of lifiht. The houses of the evicted tenants were on fire in every quarter. A numlier pf neighbours coUecterf; ^ajid. sotaa of thorn thinking tho fire was accidenfally caused, made an essay to quench ft* but they were ' prevented by both the police and emergency. The emer gency men waited to witness the completion of their work, and then returned ...
Alleged Assault by an Indian Hawker. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889
Alleged Assault by an Indian Hatfker. lnforiiiition reached the police at Kempsey that Mrs. Dunbar, wife of a settler living 30 miles from there, at Upper Hickey's Creek, had been assaulted with intent by an Indian hawker. Senior Sergeant Dennett and a black tracker went to Dunbar's residence and found Mrs.' Dunbar very ill, suffering from the shock. She stated that an Indian came there on' Thursday evening, offering goods for sale. He asked if he tuight stop there for the night and the woman said, ' Ng my. husband is away.' The hawker went away then, but returned at midnight and burst opqa ibe bedroom door, which had been partly barricaded for fear of trouble. Mrs. Duhiiar, two children and a baby were in bed. The Indian caught hold of the woman and she and the children screamed. The Indian said, 4! You make noise, I kill you ; no one about.' A littie girl, 1 1 years of age, slipped out of bed, got a gun and came back and presented it at. the Indian. He let go the woman, and slie r...
A Curious Clause in a Will. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889
A Carious Clause in a Will Tick apparent plejisure which some people find in being a cnuac- of annoyance to other* aflcr their decease is iisally surprising. A case in point is supplied by the last will and testament of a very rich uitixen of New York, wlio lately died, leaving a fortune of some million dollnrs lo his heirs. Th« latter, however, if the will of the deceased is allowed lo stand, will liuve to be careful of tliciic.in duet, oi^hr-y. may lose liieifpart of the iu- hpriFMjce. Tho' rigid t sUtor, fimonyst other clauses, introduced Hie following : — ' Jf,' so run his last wishes, ' anyone of my heirs become idle, a drunkard, a gambler, or a worthless fellow, a r.miil, or simply a spendthrift ; if, until the age of SO, he is not ready to (;o to business by i) in the morning ew.ry day save Sunday or holidays ; if he touches tobacco in any form, or spirits, if he attends races, if he break the S.ibbath, -tc, tx., he forfeits his right to the share allotted him of my fortune.'...