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SELF-GOVERNMENT FOE IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
SELF-GOVERNMENT FOR IRE LAND. At a mooting of Loyalists held at Sydney the other day, tlio following resolutions wire carried aumlst a din of.fmmlical doliruiD, being in iu»rked contrast to the orduriy and respectable conduct which hug hitliorto chnracterisod tlic muotings of t-Iia Irish dole gates ; in fact, the word Loyalists would appear a misnomer up ajiplied to the meeting referred to. The resolutions run as follows : — 1. Tlinttiiidtnculiugcnii'liatically protests ugalust the mission of Mr. J. l)ilUi, Sir T. Esninnda and Mr. Duasy. who ari- now ??» .i visit to this colony for tbe uvtciiniMc i-bi-|i.«- n! r.iisii,,; fun.ls to carry on tho m^itatio!-. of innnc iinL- in lrvl.r.id ; uml fur ther imlij^iiuiUy limti-nti ii^'«ir.fit t.'i.i iniHrcpivMuta tion conbiini'il in tin- il'lilr.-na to tiuaiiovtiiulupitus from tliu lriiih Nauoiiin l^agju in Sy.locy, tliat a large majority »( tin: inlin.l-it:uitB -jf tlita coiouv arc la Favor (if Home Knit-. 2. Tlwt tliis nn'ftuiK tfasiKs to co...
Five Children Strangled by their Mother [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
Five Children Strangled by their Mother. A shocking domestic tragedy took place on April 10, at Pay Iiobert, neftf Limoges. A woman named Porun, after ?rtradJgling her five children, the eldest of whom was 12 ^nars and the youngest 10 months old, :etnptcd to commit suicide by cutting her ?oat with a pair of ecissors and the veins one of her wrists with a knifo. Being able to speak when found, Bhe wrote that ; was driven by despair to morder her fortunate children. Her husband bad it come out of prison, to which he had ;n committed for theft*1 She could not cear the idea *£? hu having any authority over her. Their poverty she was able to bear, bat not dishonour and forced associa tion with a despicable brnie.
Latest News. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
Latest News. « — BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. Mr H. Clarke, Produce Merchant, Vic toria Wharf, Sydney, reports:— ? Butter, Is to led Bacon, Cd to 8d Cheese, 5d to 7d Lard, Dd to 6d Bides, 3d to 3}d Bark, £i to £8 Maize, 3s 4d Eggs, 2* per dozen.
A Remarkable Adventure with Tigers. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
A Remarkable Adventure with Tigers. Tlic OilculU Englithtnan reports that Mr. tial-bctt, district engineer at Aliu-roncI, had a^ri-miirkiililL' ntlvuuturn u ith ligviu lutcly. Mr. 0!abl-ctt war travelling by trolly between Ahu-rotid ind Roll wlira one of t)ic gate kpopprs gave him khtiltir of a family of tigers in an a^joimnfl jungle, nna Mr. Uaiioctt, accompanied liy his troily-nien mxl the old jjtttelio.'jxjr, started at once for the sceno of operations. Hu hud not long to wait before tfireo fine tigers broke cover, RiidJio dropped thn foremost dead with a well-directed shot. Ho then fired at the next one ; but though the brute was hard hit, he. managed to make of!' towards a river-bed in [the vicinity. Mr. Cablictt then had a shot at the third, and succeeded in wounding liim badly , but the animal beat a retreat into a cave hard by. In the meantime the tiger which had gone toward the river-bed fell in with ft shepherd whom lie mauled rather badly. Mr. Gabbett was aiming anotlmr s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
Moruya Po3t Office -]..il.- :??:? s_i ? .:,..,. n,-.^.;,,.,,,!. .,M.I ArJiiuii i-W -l.iil-. l'..'.,\- i . -.'-j-i.fi. -it KIji.iii ?Jililj. M.-;..:i.v.- .?.-.: :.:??,!. a: 'I Ml ;-.-i. l'i-liiitiiii.Ji!. ii.i.v ..;,.i y,.,&.. - '.I.,- .'i, Su.ili.y »tiO|..iu., unit ni. W-.tii.-wijiv- ini.l l-'riiln'-» *t -.:tU|Mn. I'm- Kiiii-ii i-l.i-iH ?v\\-,ln,-6'W» aii.l Sniurdttv-i ul -'.:iO|,.m. Mails fri.m sj-.l,11;y, ISiaiilnu.'). iiwl Araliicn arc rat-it i»l ilnily. .\!..m,,ii - fM-.-i.tul. ul 9 p.m. Fi-u.ii U.-jra. t\-i«.ri.-. H...UII:i, m.d Bergulia, ?daily, Fjui'.Ms , .\i-.|.^,l, at ly p.m. r/ftti-luun'»U:iv uikI M..«ii mi Mimt'ayant 7.WJ l)in. ; Tliiiinliiy* hI I;! n.x.n. nnil on Satm--luy» 4J liuiin after nii-ivnl of atiMiili-r from .Sy.lliuv. A Sydm-y I .hi: i» ahi rwi-ivf.1 l.y tliin )u.:il. Kiw-n \Vi»liuwl.iy» ai.il Siiliinlaya at J!2 noon, ul in K nuns. ?J'li.- I'.i^ filli. i- ih ..ih-ii i.ri'.linly from Bii.ni. until 6 p.m. oi. n«-k -!«}*, and u'u .Suti.lu.vil from V a.m. t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
I THE | COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. | of Sydney. I MOKUYA BRANCH. Capital ? £600,000. Reserved Funds ? JJGIO.OOO. Keacrvc for Equalization of Dividends £150,000. ADVANCES made, bills discounted, deposits re ceived, cheques uolluctcd, drafts issued ou all the principal towns in tlie Australian colonies, ulso iutireat Britain, and all usual lSuikmg business transacted at current rates. G. H. MACKENZIE, Manager. COACHBUILDING AND WHEELWK!CHT:KC ESTABLISHMENT, Church St., Moruya. I A. MILLIKIN, BKfiK to inform tlie public generally tint he is cmryiisg on tile aliuvt! work in all its various Lranehea. ,'j Stock of tlm bent American tiniljcr for buggy i manufacture. 1 toubto Seated JSuggiu* from ... £35 upwards. Single do. do. ... £30 do. All otlier vehicle* at equally low prices. iSuugic* and Coaches Repaired and Re-painted ou tlie shortest notice. HORSESHOEING DONE ON THK PREMISES. MISSES JONES, PRACTICAL DRESSMAKERS AND MILLINERS, QUEEN-STRKET, MORTTYA. rTharvison & co.5 AUCTIONEERS...
JUNE [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
Jv.m:. Fun. a— Mm-iryn 11 imi 7.30, To»»-kin 3.30. Sun. 9-Moruya 11 (li.C.) ami 7.30, Uoilu 3.30. Mm. lli -Moriiyu T.oOon'.v. 'J him. if -Iwrlaailran'ii 7.:W. Sun. US— Coiln, 11 H.C., Mwnyn 3 (Chililren'a Ser vice) and 7.30. .«uu. 30— Muruya S a.m. (H.C) II and 7.30. Clmir Practice ?ivoiy J-'riJuy nt 7.30. K. J. Si'JiNCJiK. Iucninbent
A Great Crime. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
A Great Crime. A truly horrible crimeis reported-ty mail ? advices to have been perpetrated at Szill, in Hungary. A small wine-grower found bis stock diminishing, and hid himself in the cellar to discover the thieves. He saw six tramps cntor the premises, and after copious libations they prepared to take a cask avray with them. At this juncture he came oat of his hiding-place, and attempted to remon strate with them. They seized him, however, put liinv under the wine, press, and crushed him to denth. A man who happened to look in to seeacliat, was fioing on was forced by the six wretches to driuk the victim's blood, which was presented to him as wine. Eventually he managed to slip out, and, bolting the ccilardoor ran ofl'for assistance t-- the neighbouring village.. Tine authors of ? this luMiiiwfs crimp wp«i -in|iin-i.-; i.i \ ..;:?;.-
An Idea of the World's Greatness. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
An Idea of tbe World's Greatness. A Gkhmam statistican says : — There are at present 3,064 languages spoken by the inhabitants of our globe, whose religious convictions arc divided between 1000 different confessions of faith. The number of males is nearly equal to that of the females. The average duration ot lite IB 33 years. Une fourth of the population of the earth dies before attaining the seventeenth year. Of 1000 persons, only on..- roaches 100 years, and ? not rauro th.in C that of 95 years. The entire population of tho globe is upward of 1,200, 000,000, of whom 35,214,000, die every year, ' 90,480 every day, 4,020 every hour, 70 every every minute, 1 and a fraction every second. Uarriud people live longer than thq un married, tho temperate aud industrous longer than the gluttons and idle, and civilized nations longer than the uncivilized. Tall persons enjoy a greater longevity than small ones. Women have a more favourable chance of life before reaching their 5sth year than me...
The Famous Smelting Works near Freiberg Saxony. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
The Famous Smelting Works near Freiberg Saxony. Dr. -Brubn, Geologist, ha* kindly lia?td«l us a report of the above famous works, which wo doubt not will prove interesting to our readers :— : Not far from tho old and vonerablo lull city of Freiberg in tho kingdom of Saxony, celebrated tor ita mining academy, there, where- the rivor Mulde cuts a deep ravine into the shaft-covered tableland, ' close to the main railwayline, which connects Bavaria with .Silesia, a landscape of a singular character will rivet the cyo of the traveller. On a strip of land, bare of all vegetation, ou the steep side of the ravine, about a hundred large buildings, throwing volumes of smokn from numberless cbiuiney-stacks, are seen, at the base of which imninnse masses of ' slack' (tho r»iusc from the furnaces) cover the side down to the back river. Tho buildings themselves are chiefly constructed of the bluf'ish black slack, aud fire wd name glow through every opening, bo that tho lengthy group might serve a...
Athletic Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
Athletic Sports. On Friday (Queen's Birthday) the annual sports in connection with tlie G. U. O. O. F. came off on the Agricultural Society's grounds, kindly lent for the occasion by tho lessee, Mr. M. Keating, Tbe dny opened inauspiciously, and at one time it looked as if rain had set in for the day, but about noon it cleared on, and for the re mainder of the day tbe weather held up. A cold wind, however, swept over tho ground, tendering it very unpleasant for the spec tators. Only abgut 250 people attended', a result attributable to the unpleasant and threatening weather. The sports were car ried oat in ft straightforward manner, and reflected credit on all concerned. Messrs. Kose and Oorrigan filled the post of judges in a manner which pleased the runners and onlookers. Mr. J. Mctntosh as starter got his fields away splendidly, whilst Mr. G. DuBoss as referee was exact and painstak ing. ' The settling took place in the evening and passed off 'satisfactorily. Appended are the resa...
Bateman's Bay. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
Bateman's Bay. Fkom one own Cohhespondent. Athletic riports took place here on Queen a Birthday, thu day turned out cold aud raw, but, notwithstanding, the attendance was good. When the handicaps first appeared, as usi:al, there was a greit deal of growhng, but »e found that those who grotclfd most cither won or were very close at the 1-insli. ^ The events in almost every /-case resulted in ? very close finishes, wtach rvfl« ??m credit on the way the handic*ppors p.irfonm'i! ihi-ir Thankless task. Mr. J. Daley il'-spnOli'.d his men to excellent starts. Tlio only hitcli in tho management was that thu Hurdle Vjii-c vis loft too late, and was run .ilniu.=t in the dark. W. latta, jun., breasted the :»pe first, but L. Liccy, who ran second, entered a protest on tbe ground that the diatimei' was not as fur as that advertised (I7fl yards), and only four hurdles erected instead of six. The stewards, very properly, uplicld the protest and decided to have the event run over again on the follo...
Wagonga. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
Wagonga (From ocb own Correspondent). The Nborooma Cricket Club closod the season on tho 11th instant by playing the return match with the Couria club, and wore defeated by one run in the first innings. In the evening a meeting was held for the pur pose of arranging a day's sport for the Queen's Birthday, and todocide whether the cricketing trophies should be presented this season or not. It was agreed that the trophies should stand over till next season, and that & cricketer's pic-mo should be given on the 24th, but unfortunately on that day rain set in, and prevented many from attend ing ;. -however, about 50 visitors f at. in and appearance, and thoroughly enjoyed the excellent luncheon provided in the pavillion. What is the Moruya Jookey Club doing J Preparing the financial statement probably. If you want a good fitting suit, made of the best material, go to W. A. Lynch. Tell us something we don't know. The tennis meeting on Thursday was really humorous, the chairman pro...
Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
Produce Keport. Walter Hope, Commission Agent* 197 SussQx-Btrcet, Sydney reports as follows :— Chaff (prime) L7 Ss-to L8 6» per ton. „ (2nd quality) L6 JOs to L7 Bb per ton. ' (straw) JED to £6 0s. Hay (Lucerne) L3 10a to L6 10s per ton. „ (Oaten) L8 0s to L9 5s. Potatoes (New Zealand) L4 10s toL4 16s. (Circular Head) L6 to-I-6 10s. Onions (kw 2e»land)'L16 JOs to £17 10s. Flour (best roller) £13 6s to £13 10*. Feed Oats 3g 2s to Ss 5d per bos. Seed Oats 3s 4d to 4s per bus. Barley 3s 3d to 3s 7d per bus. Maiie 3d 2d to 3s 5d per bus. Pollard Is 2d to Is 3d per bus. Bran 1* Id to Is 3d per bus. Butter Is 3s to Is 7d per ib. Cheese 6d to iid. Bacon 9d to Hi. Lard 6d to 8d. Honey3d-to4d: Eggs (Northern) Is 9d to Is Wd. __ ;.„ (Southern) 2s to 2s 3d. fowls 3s 6dto5sOd. ljucks 4s Od to ps 6d. Geese 5e Od to 7s. Hen Turkeys 6» to 8s Od. Cock Turkeys 11s to 13g 6d. Pigs (alive) 15s to 63s. Calves 10s 6d to 56s. Kangaroo Skins 10b to £1. Wallaby Shins 3s to 17s. Opossum Skins 4s to 16s per ...
District Court, Moruya. TUESDAY 28th. MAY. (Before Judge Backhouse.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 29 May 1889
District Court, Moruya. TUESDAY 28th. MAY. Before Judge Backhouse.) Messrs Simpson, Gannon, Coman and Emmott, Justices, also occupied seats on the Bench. Before commencing the business of the Court, Mr. Pollock, on behalf of the legal profession, congratulated the Judge on this, the first oc casion on which he had occupied the Bench in this district, to which the Judge suitably responded. J. Pollock &lt; R.E Vick - Goods sold Promissory Otivj. ,£!-4 lbs ', no n|ipcarancc of defendant. Verdict- for tho nmoiint. Francis Guy v. R. E. Vick — Gouds 6old, L15 14s !M ; Verdict for amount nnd two witnesses. Bank N. S. Wales v. W. Wiley— Over- draft account, L106 18s Sd, no opjxwrancc of defondnut. Struck out for want of jurisdic tion. T. T. Gannon v. J. Wallace— Rent, L10 10a ; Struck out. Ra»riinson and Blsod v. T. Afooner — Pro- fessional work, L28 12s Od. Plaintiff »-m- suitcd. G. H. Goodin v. Government — Damages and loss of punt, L2UU. Mr. Pollock for plaintiff. Mr. Ellis (Sydn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 June 1889
'TtBEO Wr-.'l K'tO KSXC-'.H.' GLEMBiiy fonic S P E C I F I C I-Ott U.I. UlKttAiJEd OF DEBILITY. If ro:i .1 1. kiiuw j ,-l titular!)- aiidenruj! tlui ?lutIM wl. r!- t:.. IiIimM int to i*rfi.nn, »uil the abmlutt JJ#f» s!t lor It t*» ! .ivk * -ieiiul.e - ;.cwlc*l comjxjgi tiun, --ii . kti*w t.tji Umtu]ii-'vaf luiuermictMiu.tucuU frnji' Atr-:t*l:.i-i fafcl ij lubtliy bi.t legible to keep ti » tiUffl siiltli-imtlv «t~n:ig iu OM.ltslut' iiower oa *?'.: U :.;i-, ? ll. ..'I KJ. II.N, .-„„ ,U,,:J lcilolf li»trtUlui|i.riUt,'h mvt'wirv 10 su]'|i'.r tuo iilouwJ with lent uiitl.l mill. -ul di- ..ci.u (or tlu formating ol lmlt!i\ lls.ii-. ijrfKr-i-. Ui... . &. . ul,-,.|. imfnr. tunatvly ure inKoJ^fi.ijlilc (1..111 tin, ,*tu,.i [uuj ju tli.-w tiiioiitoJWiiigili til.— cleimim CI.KMBNT9' nii.'ii'lci) it fur Bii'l » i-1 r^^Hey rt'miiidiAiiJ it 00 n.vuiiut of Us -.u-rltun v«h^Lut] kwivij/wxi it cab be tlicj iin-irrllK l*J i- .ul IJ^virfiits h auu-iuutlili! F M CLEMEN ft,, NE WTO Wjjrf^ONEY. pn...