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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

CHURCH SERVICES. DIVINE SERVICES will be held (d.v.), ?» InlloiVB :- C11URCH OF KNGLAKU. AuilVKri Sun. 4— Moroyn 8 a.m. (-I.C.) 11 an.l 7.30 ; Toma 3..T0 (H.C:.) Tum. 8— (iarlnndtown 7.W. Wed. 7-Youug nurn'i. Kiule Cl.-us at the VicAnwe 7.30. ^ Sun. 11— Moruya 3 a-m (H.C.) 11 mid 7.S0, Coi!a 3. TnaB. 13-Vnung Mcu'b liiblo Class 7.30. Wed. 14— Butt-ninn's Hay 7.30. Thnn. 15— ]-nmui7.:!0. Fri. 16-Bemuidia7.:W Sun. 18— Ke%'«n 10. 16. (U.C.), Mokd 3. -15, Moruya 7.30. %ed. 2!— Bible Class at tlio Vk-.irai;o 7..f0. Sun. 28— Moruya 8 a.m (H.C), Ouila II (H.C), Moruya 3 (CliiWreo'ii service) ami 7.30. Wed. 28- liiblo CIobs ut the Vicarage 7.30. Choir Practice every Friday at 7.30. K. J. tSPEKVEK. lm..:i!...nt.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Curing Bacon in Brine. UNRIVALLED METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

Curing Bacon in Brine. UNRIVALLED METHOD. The following letter on curing bacon in brine is published in the 'Breeder's Gazette.' — 'The most prevalent method of curing baton by farmers, and the one I was taught when I was under the juris diction of paterfamilias, is that of dry salting. It is a satisfactory one mosb aivimys. uut l-uuuuiji »iuu- short of giving the best of meat that can be had. If the temperature is just right and you know when your bacon has salt enough to bear tak ing and putting through the smoke, you may expect reasonably good bacon ; but the process I employ is that of brine salting. I know a gooi1 many people will turn away at this point and not read further be cause they cannot entertain any snfrgHstion that means increased labor of preparation ; but my plan is simple, efficient and satisfactory. All you need is a watertight tank, and a bucket or two of water to each hog ; then make a brine, by the addition of salt until it will hold an egg .up. . Put in the s...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Corruption in Sport. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

Corruption in Spoit. The gross sporting immorality which exists at the present day is simply appalling. The latest phase of dishonesty occurred, the other day when several of the Maori foot !-.dlera accepted bribes to lose the watch. The result of this alarming corruption in sport of all kinds can have but one result, and that is, the withdrawal of public patron age by tho respectable portion of our popula tion.

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 — 31 July 1889

Men's Saddles complete, from £3 cash, a» jr. E. Lamosxb'. ^ g MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT. irrari iTAnlT Desires to return her SiiS^ried her during the part £™ «nontha I aSfto inform her '''''''JfiS'Sf^SSJert « ?& hr% fXrc -n» »*? 'alkingoortume. *~ lOsJJd. Bomiet Shapes aiid 1*1^ straw HaU on kuld-. WILLIAM' BOOT ] -O1SC* to ,,,:ti..»r.,-,. thut l,i» n«xt Kcgiilnr Sale of 1- .Si... I; uiil liliul.i i.i, Saturday, 17th August At His Yards, (NEXT KEATING'S HOTEL.) IiitdiilhiK seller!. ur« .SPECIALLY rcmin.lcd tlmt NO CHAKlMC IS MADK FOR A0VKB USING TIIKSK SALKs, an timt iiartKulnrs uf Stock intended for Kilu may be wnt in nt once. . Mogo! Mogo! Mogo! Jby/»ubucS(uct(on \^/ —ON- TUESDAY NEXT, THE 6th AUGUST, The Hart, ' Examiner Office,' Moruya. R. H. Harvison & Co. HAVE received positive uutmctioM to sell u above 3 ALLOfMENTS OF LAND rituted in the to-r_3hin of Mogo, with a full frontage to the principal utroet, recently the property of Mr. Thomas StAunton,...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dead and Alive Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

Dead and Alive Again. We clip thfl following from tho telegraphic messages of the Daily Telegraph :— ' Major Lc Caron, the British spy who gave sensa tional evidence before Thi Titan- Parntll Special Coinmissiou, and who was suspected of having fallen a victim to the Clanna Gael, is now reported to bo alive and safe.' (It must be rather amusing for those mur dered people to turn up and read thoir own obituary notices.)

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

'Wild Margaret CHAPTER XXII. Then sank into her chair, a ligli of relief and joy, almost cloinoniarai in its intensity, spreading over her face. ' Dead ? Dead, Austin ?' hoarsely ; ' you are not — not playing with me V ' Rather too serious a subject for joking, isn't it ?' he responded coollv. ' NV-. f am tnlliiin1 vnn f.li*' plain truth ; tbv girl is dead !' ' When ? How ?' she demanded. He was silent a second or two, then ho said — ' A broad I I don't think we need go into particulars. Violet.' She said nothing while one could count twenty, tiion she lonkud round nt him with a gin nee half fearful. ' Did you — had you any hand She could not finish the sen tence. He looked her full in the face, then let his eyes drop. ' Better not ask for any of the details, my dear Violet. Take the thing in its bare simplicity. If I had, as you delicately suggested, any hand in bringing about this consummation you so dcvnutly - desired, whnt would you say ? Ale you going to overwhelm me with repro...

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 — 31 July 1889

'TIRED NST.1RP8 KIND DESTORED.' SPECIFIC FOn ALL DISEASES OF DEBILITY. V Jou oulj knew aad I-roperlv nudantooil tin ilntloa wliioh till blood hai U partorm, and tao ablolma bamultT for It to ban a Aeonlta ebeahal compo.|. titta lutnllan food U totally laadaqaata to katp tin blood HJfflci»i-UT strong In oxldlauur nnt, -£ witch proem Imftli depnidt, jtra mold know Uut It b imiKimtlte]; aneaurjr to inpplf tM feked Witt Its n.anlliii mineral tlemuib tor {be fonnatla* Dt haaltlijr tlirot, moKIa, bone, *c, which note* taaital; an aotobttlnabla from the natural tout la then ostoaiai. To lupplr tliou tfemaata CLKKEKliv TONIC U offend ao I li tin oolj rational mtocathW? tmpavt In Australia. Itnvmnl/ninaalldluajoi w ' ar'jtbf from (women or ulood or debllli*. aaoh ai '' rltaimlfU, NermmiiMi. Wtaiaen, Laugnor, Tooth act*, Urn of Appet'u. Vigor and Koaigy. which an oulf symptom* of a ilnbllluttd sjilem. Ife tnppllea tli- Tjtal ilnam witli U» rbMntea! food aaeeaiar? to ?aura a fcro)Mr enreln ot ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Headless Walker. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

A Headless Walker. In tWrecond part of his interc iting volume, which troats of the ilecapitiition of human beinfts, Dr. Loyc relates the following strange story, taken from thu archives of t In- Austrain police oliico, .and relating to an exo- | eutionsaid to h.iv« lakun place in Vininm ii. 1680 ; A well known lniulit i-suned Scli.ivnu burg was caught, logctlier with fuur of his associates, aud they were nil ooiideinned to ready to snbinit to the fate, whru Sdi:ivou burg addressed the judge, iu-kiiig (hat his companions might be ranged in single file in front of him at a distance of eight feot from e&ch other. 'If,' Inj said, ' after 1 am beheaded, I Ret up and walk to the first of ray comrades, will you pardon him Y The judge thought he was pretty sate in complying with the request. ' But if i ?walk up ' the second, the third, and the fourth, will you pardon those also 1' The judge replied that he would obtain their par don from the Emperor The partisan was satisfied, bent...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Valuable Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

Valuable Land. 38 acres m' land inside the municipal urea of llcga, I'haiiKPd liniid? (says the HatetU) for £1900 rash, or at the rate of over £105 per aero, Mr. lioct being (lie vendor ami -Mr. Ilciloy purchaser. The price is almost nujire cudvutrd m the volmiy for rural land.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Cunning Aboriginal. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

A Conning Aboriginal. A rtory oomea to us through the columns -of A Sydney newspaper, which for cunning ?cannot well be surpassed, although the chief actor was a lullbred aboriginal. The unsophisticated 'black brudder' had no sooner -received his last Queen's Birthday -blanket than he yanked it over to the oblig ing publican end traded it on for 'one j-heller bottle o' rum.' Shortly after this Mass'r Curabo returned almost white with iear, and calling his obliging rum dispenser to a quiet spot, he whispered with the ? -?? -xcitement, *? My word, that pbeller igistrate bia see me — close up ketch on1 vmitAr kpa mv hla.n]n»t_ You . nket an' me go show it. I gib it i now, an' come back with blanket ?» quick— baai gammon.' Mr publi . nee perceived tie danger he was in, .ing the proffered bottle, he handed over u«e blanket, after which the untutored child of nature slipped away as swiftly and silently aa a greased eel. Hour after hour passed, but no MasB'r Cumbo returned, and the prudent...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court, Moruya. 25th JULY 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

Police Court, Moruya. i-r-!M .IUI.Y IUS9. Before W. H. Simpson Es.j., J.P., John Walsh alief Brniuiouk, -lru»'k und disorderly, Hued 10s or 24 hnuis. The same individual was further vhargftd with usinj; obscene lan/;unge, 30s or 7 days.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The loving Memory of Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

The loving Memory of Dogs. The 3--oj-liilist has the following : ? — The late Mr. Eyre, a clergyman, Jeft a dog, which was very much attached to him, at at the country house of a friend while he left Eng land for a long sojourn abroad. After two years Mr. Eyre returned, arriving at his friend's house late at nio-ht. and retirinir without having the dog called. Next morning Mr. Eyre was awakened by the dog bursting into his bedroom and leaped upon him with the wildest demonstrations of delight. 'How on earth did he know I had arrived ?' asked the gentlemau of the servant, ?who brought hot water. 'Oh, sir,' the man replied, 'it is the most curious thing. As I was cleaning your boots the dog recognised them and became excited beyond measure and I have not been able to quiet him until he saw where I was carry Z ? 4.1,__ AAJ ?naaliA*] lift OmTlOT Wit, II lllg Id-It III, U1IU. i UDU&U U|# ?—.« — £j ' -- — me to your door.' A correspondent of the same paper relates that he gave awa...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

Conditional Purchases. The following Conditional Purchases were taken up at the Land Office on Thursday las! : — Patrick Browue 260 ac., parish Kuro boilalla ; J. D. Evans 140 ac, parish Wum t-an ; Henry Thompson 40 ac, parish Wad hilliga ; John Thompson 40 ac , parish WadUlliga ; K. 11. Bate 40 ac., parish i^oorooniii ; R. H. Bate, Conditional Lease, 1 20 acres ; Minnie Kato Brothers 60 ac, parish Wugonga.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Miser's Funeral. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

The Misur's Funeral. The funeml of Thunuus Murphy, the miser, who was fouu.1 rii:n-l nun- lite i-uftiiloiiwofl' d'« ' Glennion.-ru.ul, look- pl.icc on \Vndiii*'!ay. j Jjesidct tliec/miMur '.In: liciiree not it solitary individual iuwimIccI it. In a small way lli« daith r.f this inisenilJe old curinu.lgeoii points a moral wind, h vull worthy o£ bc:irim,' ; in mind us bhowir.jr what consequences may | i-PBult even in this world from too grout '? | fondness for lihhv Iultp, for tilth it is indeed ; whuii it is the i-iiiisi; of such penury and He- j biisciiii-nt us tins M follow was druprgnd into | with the niib-jrithli- ti-niiiiiatiou of Ins worth less life. Wo loiiiu from those who visited the liut where he lived tlmt it was one of the tilthiest places over n nmii put his head in. His bed was made up of old bags and old clothes which ho had bcjigud in the town. All the trace of victuals that could be seen about the place was s }iioce of damper as hard as (lint, besides a small quantit...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. E Vaughan's Boot Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

Mr. E Vanghau's Boot Sale. Mr. V.iughan desires us to mention that ho has decided to continue his groat sale un til Hatunlay evening next at 10 p.m., after which hour ho will positively decline to sell at his present low prices. Those requiring h supply of boots should cuitiiinly not loso this rare opportunity.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Home Rule for Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

, Home Rule for Ireland. STlO ^Joojiuittee nppoiated to make a}] ar ???-' nuimnw^ ''in connection wiQi Sir Titos. fe^8ippnd5B?«iSsit. to Moruya on the 30th ?k'^g^^^iM tiie.Boj-a! Hotel. ltvaede% ?i^aim^^sk'iKi DBlegatu to address the ^BiMn&'sBw residents on tlie Thursday ?^0Mm^''itm^'Mmuya- on tbc aext &M^^3iDiainR a rooalinj! in tho Cmteuial '^JS^rmB'*»euiiitf. The priws for nHruis sWmwSm*** *l 3b for «e»'«-''»«i» '^d 2s ?^Mm%M »'' r'Hn« for the jnui-iagr ^^vvfff^Hltnn fa»rCo1-i;rm «crn also cmii]ilptcil.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dead Bird. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

The Dead Bird. This is the; name of a now sporting journal I issued in Sy-lnry, tin- lirst copy of uliirh | I ojinherf us tin- uliior d«3'. Liko Zola's iiovi-J? we think the H,ml Hint will not U-nd toolu Viile tlie moral tomr of its rmulors.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gold-raming Leases. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

Gold-raininjj Leasea. Tl)f- f'ilJ-»»ii,K !«isuJias iitrn grnutciJ :— W. A. Hunt 5 iK-rcs, jnrisli Moruya.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Driving Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 July 1889

Driving Business. The reason of it : Gibbs ; ' Hullo, Fobbs, how is business with you V Kobbs : ' Oh, driving as usual.' Gibbs : ' You're lucky j let's see, what are you doing now V Fobbs — 'Standing ten hours a day on the front platform of a horse car.' Cart Harness £3 10b ; Buggy Harness, from £3 3s at J. S. LiiioKre'. '?- ? f¥MM

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