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Dreadful Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889

DreadM Accident. Two'nie'n fell froni' the scaffolding ot o building in.CJarence-atreet. Ojie..was kilted on the' spot!, 4nU the 6 flibr picked 'tip ltisen sibli. . .-. .. j'j ;, »i . i .

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hanlan [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889

- .,.,-. SWllftB-, -?-.::? ... HAalatt, who is j«tai-aiD)?.to America say- he intends *eturrtb(g^o: Syduey witU ouother sculler: ' ' '?'??? ???'*??' ?'?'??' ''? l:' '

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Corn Oil. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889

Corn Oil. A new American industry is the? 'manufacture of -corn oil. It appears !that the possibility of getting oil 'from corn in a way suited to special ,purpo«es was thought off -first about three. years ago, since which time %he uses of tte oil have grown -» a slight degree. Not more than Small 'quantities have been made from time to&ine. Qthe .methods taken in producing the oil are not cpm 'In 'the manufacture of starch ivj Jiing, the corn germs are ?ilii'ii ??? ? out. This refusfe has-been :.Lig-.i ased for feeding purposes. It ' - ? ?' -w proposed to put tip* fac-: ?tcry 'in {Brooklyn, to take the germs' 'and bring out 'larger QuaritfbieBof the oil product. A company' has; ;.-?-; organised'-; and work -wiU -be 4i ? ? i.sixvjted ?vigorously. The cMms; -inade for the -ail are that, ;os -all white zinc or lead igrcmadia linseed ?oil turns after a tome -a yellbwifih ?colour, the admixture 'of the. corn toil will ?kee.p the /coldttr\peif6c%j Hvhito. -.- . ???? ?;;?? ? .??....

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Hon James White. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889

The Hon. James mite. Tha4Jo£; ^M.'^a&^» bffen ?eriondy ill, but is now much bettor.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] Story of the Death of the Austrian Crown Prince. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889

'' ? ue Story of the Death of the istrian Crown Prince. 'm ' n correspondent of the V.ei !...;?? . rofesses to give, in Saturday's i ? ? i . ? -tory ' of the death of Prince -Kudolpn ot Austria. If the story is true, it 'is sad enfxwh and quite explains the reason why the tmperor refuses tojx'ceive addresses k)f cuudoleuce, and does not wisli his son's 'name ever to be mentioned to him. He -loved his son dearly and is nearly heart broken over the disgrace wiiicli li.ui Ijefulleu liim. The story alluded to is that the Jfrinoe and a party of friends, amongst whom were several conspicuous members of Viennese ?demi-monde, had assembled at the Prince's 'hunting lodge for the purpose of holding one ? 'of their orgies. Bratfisch, the frince's, \ 'coachman, who had driven him there, i was returning through the* street in 4 Vienna, when he saw the Counters Vetzern, '', 'whose person he happened to know, just *entering a dore of a shop. He bowed to 4ier, and that simple bow led to the catas ?...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Loyalist Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889

: Loyalist Mewng. , ?'..- -? At a liyaiisr&wBnghM 'feft : %Et, resolutions wern carried-MprBteSfi)og:*^ainBt the mission of the.|.ri*-}p168*te9i)M1Weclar- ing unabated loyality to the Queen, and a determination to maintain *tW integrity of the British Empire; '?': .';lr;' '?''?'?

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Most Expressive Method. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889

A Most Expressive Method. Whistling is «i coinjlinient part of every human language. Young Wellcr, for example said his revered father was a philosopher, liocause 'If my mothec-in4aw Uo»w Wm -op Ire whistles.' When a -man,- suddenly per plexed, stops to^tiiink fcra iboment to find a way out of the difficulty, it. is quite Batumi for him to pucker his lips and wkistle in a low end mournful kev- It'iueaus ' Here's a .pretty how d'ye do.' If a bit of disagreeable news h aunounoed, aud he is thrown into a' mental ooiiditrau of surprise, he gives n very prolonged whistle, which begins on the highest note lie can command arid end with increasing ^emphasis on a low note. It is Bimply his vny -of saying, ' You don't toll me so 1 ' and everybody perfectly aiiderstands him.

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 — 22 May 1889

Produce Report- t Walter Uope, Commission Agent, 197 Sussex-street, iSydnvy reports as follows :— ChaiiVprime) L7 10s to L8 10s per ton. „ (0ml quality) L6 to L7 per ton. Hay (Luccrn») lA 10s to LS 5s per ton. „ -Uatc;n) L7 10s to L« 10s. PoUitous (Xnw ZealBiid) L4 JOs to L5. (Circular Head) L5 to US 10s. Onions (New Zoalanii) Ll.r) to £16 10s. Food Oats .is to 3s 6d per bus. Heed Oat 3s -1,1 t0 4s per bus. Uirley 3a 3d to Ss Sd per bus. Maize :)s 3d to 3s fid per bus. Pollard Is 2.1 to Is 3d per bus. Bran Is Id to Is ljd per bus. ?Butter i r to Is Sdper-lb. Chei-«; 6il t.. S.I. liacon 9(1 to Ujd. '. Lmd 7-l to 8il. Eggs (Northern) Is Sd to Is Hd. ' „ (Southorn) 2s to lis 3d. Fowls ^s 6d to 4s 6d. Ducks 4s 6d to 5s'6d. Geesn 5« €d to 7s. ' ' i Hen Turkeys 5s to 7n Gel. Cock Turkeys 8s to 13s 6d. : ?Pifls (alive) 16b to 63s. ' .\ Calvas 10s Cd to 55s. ' ! Opossum .Skill* list per doz.- ? j Sheep Skins 4d to C| per 1b. !

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Mad Dog Panic in a French Village [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889

A Mad J-og Panic in a French Villftt e The inhabitants of Jarrile, in the de partment of Meurthe-et-Moselle, French are at the present moment in a state of mind bordering on distraction. It is all owing to n little dog which took it into its head to go mad. The little dog bit two persons, who at once hurried up to Paris to place them selves under M. Pasteur's care. But the mischief did not end here. Nine of the other inhabitants «(io had -been bitten, or fancied that they had been bitten, by «Ms diminutive creature are now on their way thither, and we learn that ten more are packing irp their bandies and preparing to follow their example. $i mat-, tens go en at this rate, the entire population of Jarville wfll ere long be thronging the halls of M. Pasteur's Institute. A short, a veritable panic prevails among the worthy folk of this rural commune, and with a view to allaying the excitement the Mayor has issued a set of striiigest 'decrees against tfce canine element at jarville. Own...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Three Hundred Mile an Hour. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889

Three fttmdred, Mile* »n Hour. Thrtie hmvired Miles an liouf is (reraarka fMlie't IlhuilratedNewtpaperpiVliAwA in New York) tho proposed speSa for the «lectrio postal railroad of the future. The experi mental line has been erected at Laurel, 20 miles from Baltimore, Md. A compromise between the pneumatic tube and the ordinary railroad carries a minarure train of two cars feolely for mails and iiflfct parcels, without' any attepdanee, The road laa* three raib-^one above the oir'fox otftying tie vqr tent, and two below Vhicn carry th% cars. The oars are built of shoetiron, and are 2fW square and 2lftt. long. Speed will be regu-' luted and power or breaks applied by electricity. If the experiment at laurel succeeds it- is stated that similar roads will be laid between Baltimore and Washington and elrewhere.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bateman's Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889

?' -BafcMaA's ^. PnO» OOR OWK CORRESPOJJDEST. A Court of Petty Sessions was held' on the 10th instant, before O. MannscU, Esq., PM., the following cases were disposed of : — 1), MoUonald, sen: v. Johnston ; D. McDonald, jnn. v., Johnston \ M. McDonald, V. Johnston ( .M. Toms, v. Johnston ; J.Toms, v. Johnston. The plaintiff's were mca employad at Jerry madn mill, and sued Jolmston to recover wages due. Mr. Brown appeared for tho defendant and pleaded no innsdjetion. tie dofenduat's osasl place of (bode . not being in tho district. Tha P.M. was obliged to dis miss th« case, bnt thought it a very mean point for defendant to take advantage of this Act to try and avoid paying the men their just due. Fresh summonses, we beiiere will be: taken out and served according to the Act. After ward* a revision of the electoral roll took place, a few names were struck off and new residents added to tbo list. Mas *«ksSs HoEsa.— P. OBriea at tempted the hopeless task of running 1-. Casey's grey hors...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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District Court Moruya. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 22 May 1889

District Court Moruya The following cases are set down for hearing at the next District Court ensuing to be   holden on the 28th instant. His Honor,   Judge Backhouse, will adjudicate     James Pollock v. Chas. Pitfield— Promissory note, £94 15s.     Francis Guy v. R. E. Vick— Goods sold, £15 14 s9d. William Stephens v. James Stephens— Promissory note, £51 Is. ' ' '? ' ' ' ' G. H. Riley v. James Graham Love — 'Work and labor done, £31 6s 9d. - ' James Averell v. A. R.JCronp— -Workimd labor done, BiX 4s 6d. Caroline Collett v. John Stewart— Sent , 'Ov H, Goodin v.iOovBrnment of K. 8. W. —damages, loss of punt, £200. J.ancl W. Emitititt' v. T. Mooney — Promis- sory note, ,£35 12s, , . Bank, of N. S; W. v. WiUiam Wiley— Overdraft aoconnt, £105 -18s 3d. ? T. T. Oannon v. John Wallace'— Rent, £19 10b., Martin Keating v. James Flanagan— Tres- pass, £15. . JaniBs Flanagan v. Martin Keating— Trea- pan, £20. Bawlin...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889

'TIRED IISTU'H'S KIKD BESTuVS.' SPECIFIC KOU M.I, lilSi.A-1.-; .-.!?? ^Egl^LITY, F. M cV'fcMEN i», Ntw'rOWNjK'DNEY. p f\ n RJ n ARE P^ITIVELY bUnmo PODltSRA&r CURED DY VjMtUaUflijSiL. I'M |™: 15 X.~.W. iK'iiiij tlmw ftom F. tt. Corrbons Is a Corn's Bens. FBLCsClES..rr-^±sr catc.l by tlic use of CLKMIiST-S' FHKUIilXlUXU, Eu.l Ijy tu- nllipr l-re]KU-.iti--n Uarinletf, safe, and eir.vtuil. . tiovrnr* of; initiators vrhioh -rc avku. ? ', Scut pott tree' ou receipt vt 3s., JWs.W*. jieony nbnipi or P.O.O, by F. U. CLEMENTS, 141 Klna Siruet, Ne* lotn, f ydnty. SOLD BY ALt CH(CU1»TS. 'CLEMlfS1 CERTAIN CURE' IS A POSITIVE eURE.mM ? 'CLEMENTS' CeRTAIN CITRE' ' COUGHS, COLDS. CROUP ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, ACUTE CATARRH (NrUICNZA, AND EVERY KIND OP COLD OR OOUOM — IN INFANTS, CHILDREN AND ADULTS. A DO8E RELIEVES ; A BOTTLE CJIRE8I - ' all suiaas.iBi.iTr mftuormKtmto F. M. CLOIENTSJM-.S.-flEWT0WN. ALL VERMIN. PRICt 1s., EVERYWHERE 'iiiiiii' is thu only lulul.lo lcniciiy f.ir Acute and ChVdnT...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889

Wird-Mlii-gavet; CHAPTER XIX. ' While life lusts I shall remem ber hur, shall long to go to her. That is enough,1 he added stern ly ; ' wo will never speak of her again.' CHAPTER XX. Wiat passed iu the cabin of the ' Ross of Devon ' between the two women, Mrs. Day never told, not even to her husband. In the morning while the ' Rose ' was sailing requested that she and her husband might be taken as near Appleford as possible, that they might get back in their boat. ' My cousin will reruaiu on board. Captain Daniel,' she said. ' She will go with you across the Channel and land at the first French port.' Captain Daniel whistled. ' You settle things easily, Mrs. Day,' he said, with a half smile ; ' how do you know I'll take her ?' ' You'll take her for my sake and your own,1 said Mrs. Day quietly, i'ur mine because we are old triends, for your because if she landed in England there'd be questions asked about the ' Rose of Devon ' that might be awkword to answer.' ' And how am I to know ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889

.. Certainly the bort medicine known h SaitdM 1 *nd Sosfe Ecoaltpti ExraAOT. Test 1U eminently JjStferfal efiocto in coughs, colds, innaenm ; the relief i»,instantanepus. In serious oases, and awfl denta ,«* .'ill kinds, be they wounds, burns, waia* Ings, jniiiw*,' (Drains, it ts tho infest remedy— «o swelling— -no inflammation, like surprising effects produced is croup, deptherfa, bronchitis, inflamma tion of the luoga, BweUinys, &c j diarrhoea, dysen tery,' diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. In use at hospitals and medical clinics all over the globe j - patronised by Hia Majetty the King of Italy j crowned vrilh misd»l and diploma at Inter national Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved artiole, and reject alt others. Cart Collars from Us at J. R. LahoHTs'. Thanks. rplIE Sisters of the Good Samaritan, Moruyn., J- most sincerely thank the Moruya Minstrels and all kind friends wlio nssisUal at the Eutcrtam ment in aid of the Convent ou lywtui Monday nifht, Gr...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889

WKSLEYAN MlvH'lIOW-ST CHUJti-'J'. -May. K. W. A. ROHKHT.i.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Petrified Body of a Man in a Marble Quarry. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889

A Petrified Body of a Man in a Marble . ' Quarry. A phenomenal discovery has been made at the marble quarry four miles from the Mullion Creek railway Btation and 10 miles from Orange, which gives plainest possible proofs that the body of a man has been petrified into a solid block of marble. The block was found by Mr. E. Sain, who owns and works the quarrry, and is now in the possession of Dr. Souther, of Orange, who is making an examination with a view to -arrive at- some rations! conclusion. The figure is the exact form of a human being, stands 5ft Sin high, and weighs between 6 cwt and 6 cwt. The head is perfect with tho exception that it shows unmistakable signs of having been scalped previous to burial. '' rank, including the legs, is intact, the nd muscles being plainly visible. The ?ma are missing, as are also two toes on oot and one on the other, but the idor of the toes, with tho toenaila, w plainly as possible. The discovery itmg the greatest curiosity. It is id that a fem...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COBARCO CIRCUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889

CO»A1«:!» CIRCUIT. Mr. rnlim-r will jircwli ue lullows ?— .Use. Sml— C-.liar-;-j 11, IM^mihc I'm-k 2 30. H- - iiia^ui 7.K0. »tli-lJil-.-ir;.'» !), Ti:iw [l-.r*iu« »I«U) S, Ifcr lllftKKi 7-f 16th -Horn II MH17.S0. H3r.l— Tilli» (Mi. M.i'u'b) 11, Corunua 2.30, N.-nn»ni.» 7.30. 24tli -N.i.ii-imni.-n.Mr. K.M's) 7..W, Lecture. SMtli NVrnViiii.lr.il 7.:K- 3«)i -M'«»J'. J.AV SKUVICK. ]8l)i-r'»uri;i ('!??-: il.SO, Mr. Boast!! ; Coninnft ?2.M\, Mr. XuiiuK. PJhc HJgoruga fprnea fair, Ftarlcts, Fro. Moul-va, Wednesday, May 29, 1889.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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A Dog Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889

A Dog Story. Helen M. Stdrgb sends the following to the London Spectator : — ' A week or two ago the porter of the Bristol Royal Infirmary was disturbed one morning about €.30 by the howling of a dog outside the building. Finding that it continued, he went out and tried to drive it away ; but it turned and continued to howl so piteously that he was obliged to go out to it again. This time he observed that one of its pawa was injured. He therefore brought it in and sent for two nurses, who at once dressed the paw, and ?wero rewarded by every canine sign of grati tude, including mad licking of their hands. The patient was ' retained ' for two days, during which time he received every atten tion from those inside the house, and from the neighbours outside, who quickly heard of the case. As no one appeared to claim the dog, he was sent to the home for Lost Dors in the oity, where so interesting an animal was, of course, not long in finding a purchaser The dog was one of those called 'la...

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