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WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 October 1888
WKSLEYAN METHODIST CHURC& IiOTGMBaLL Sub 4 — Maruya 11 and 7.30. Mr. J. Emmott, Bergalia (Mr. Sneer's) 3 Mr. A. Hutchinga, Coruaaa 2.30. Mr. J. N«gu«. Sob. Il.-Moraya It Mil 7.3*. Bar. F. W. BaWarU and Kiora at X Thur. «.— Kiora 7.S0. Rev. F. W. Roberta. Sun. 18.— Uornya 11 Mr. J. Emmott 7.30. Mr. A. HatchlngajTUbaTilba (Mr. Moon's boh. Ml Ree. F. W. Roberto and Coninna at 2.JO. Wed. 21— Batsman's Bay 7.30. Rev. F. W. Reberta. Bun. 26— Moray* 11 and 7.30. Rev. F. W. Robert* and Tomakin at 3. F. W. A. ROBERTS. 3|hc Morutia Himca A3T& 80BTH €M8T SVSX&kh. Fair, FtarUm, Free. Uobota, Wedhbsday, Ociobbb 31, 1888.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 October 1888
PsbH4lP» one of the miut important, certain ly one of (fee moat popular movement* which liaTe prevailed during the past few yean in the cities ami moat of the large towns of the ?colonies, u that Delating to the adoption of the weekly half holiday system amongst shopkeepers, clerks and others whose occu pationsareofasedentary character- We say that this movement is importautadvisedly, be cause we contend that il is important to tiic social and intellectual -welfare of the dan -we refer to, that they should be afforded .time Cor healthful recreation and relaxation . from their hours of toil. And let no one 'imagine ttaat because a man is not engaged in hard manual labour that he murt neees :sarily be engaged in a species of employ ment, which makes no demand upon his 'vital energies. Physiology teaches that ex cessive brain work, or undue mental exertion entails aa much, indeed more, — wear and tear physically than is apparent in those who are constantly engaged in die healthful occu...
Needles. Short, Sharp, and Shiny. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 October 1888
Needles. Short, Sharp, and Skint/, What has become of the local poets) Mr. Dally Q.C. Australia's greatest orator is dead. Bega A. and P. Society received £214 sub sidy froni Government. Good gold was struck in No. 1 south o Bedgrave and Thompson's, Gnlph, onThurs day last. Mr. Murphy's great clearance sale next Saturday. See advt. It is proposed to make the added money to the Melbourne Cup £6,000. The man who backs the wrong horse al ways thinks the race a swindle. Beach rows Hanlun in about five weeks time. This seems like a gate money affair. The beat at Croydon (Q) has been 110 in the shade for some days. Searl .\ heat Kemp by a quarter of a mile. If this in a fair test what man is good enough for Searle \ Wilbraham Evelyn Liirdet (we forget his other name) is insolvent A big wager of 20,000 to 1,000 about Whakawai, for the Melbourne Cup. has been recorded, the layer being the leader of the ring. Goodchnp retired from the Civil Service on a pension of £937 a year. A lucky own tr...
Moruya Post office. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 October 1888
Mornya Post office. j Malls fur Sydney, Braidwood, and Araluiu -.:?-?? I aUy, Fridays excaplaA, at 10 p.m- I tfor lleg*. Cobargo, Bwlalla, and Boiy ?'?.».! daily, Mondays exceptwL at 8.80 p. m. : For '-ataman'! Bay and Moko, don ?? . .'s I at 10 p.m., and on Wednesdays an?. : vb at 1.30 p.m. Kor Kioim doaea Wednesdays and .'»'.-: i.iyn -it £30 p. m. Maila from Sydney, BraidwoM, - -??* At-'1 ? ?? ???? ?-? deceived daily, Mondays jawptol, m.ttp.;j. F/nu ^Bega, Ohorgo, Sodalla, and Bergslia, luly, Fridays exeeptad, at 10 p.m. iiateman't Bay and Mogo on llondaya at 7.30 p.«n. ; Thursdays at 12 noon, and on Saturday 4) noun after arrival o! steamer from Sydney. A Sydney bap u alao received by this maiL Kiora \\ edneadayi and Saturdays at 12 noon. omoi uouBg. IV Host Offiee is open regularly from 9a.m. until O p.m. ok week days, and on Sondaya from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. ' Money Order and Savings Bank Office open from D aau. to 6 p.m. daily (Sundayi excepted). Telegraph Office open from 8 a.m....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 October 1888
(HE CftMMERttJU. BANKING W. of Sydney, MORUYA BRANCH. Oplwl ? £600,000. Rtwrve* Fund. ... ? £600,000. ftaKmfor EqutfinCtlon of Dividend! £115,400. ADVANCES made, brihffiswiuntea, deposits re eelvea.'clieq'ues collected, -draft* issued on nil ^h« principal towiu in tfa* Australian colonies, also in Great Britahs^Kl «1I iisual Bukuig tiuunem ttrsasadted »t -current rate*. £. A. BTjGMFIELB Manager. €OACHBUILDING JWD*JtfELWB.CHTINC ESTABLISHMENT, Church St., Moruya. A. MILLIKIN, BKU8 to Inform the pnMic generally flmt it la carrying on the above work in »U its «tau Ibmnrhw ' Vtook o'f -fi» W American fimW Tor 1b«ggy mannfactnre. ' ---.i^l— ? .*?-? * -$^ai 9)-«ble«»tea'BngglM^roin ... £35 TlpwirSlr Single do. do. . -' ??? £M 'Jo- All -other Tehirlcs dt equally lew pi-toes. ? ©?«*?? «»a Coaches ni-pBir-a and Repainted vn the shortest notico. ?JORgESHOEINfl IXMfK ON THE PREMISES. Bricks! Bricks! -qaartMM«t the Kiln £2 par 1W9 ;-er delivered to %a»«rtof**«n(i»^»f3te..rCTl000. - *^ a umfe M«...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 October 1888
Moruya Ijtowiug Club. A N AiljouroaUpIienvl Meeting of Members of J\_ the above Ciofc will Ik hd.lM the Mochnnic1 Institute XEXTJtOXUAY EVK.M^'G, tlie 5th proi. at 8 p.m. BUSINESS— To receive ?uUcriptiom aud to deddsabcmtliwU. WANTED A fJIKL AND 11OY to milk, and make'thaniielvisi (jeaurally uaefuL AppJy to— ' \V MKSSEaXraviNo & tshown, Bingie Blngie. Department of Public InnVniction, Sydney 22nd October 1888. Fresh Tenders for Jfew Closets. THRESH Tendeit aM^Ckited,'for the enction ot JC New CUweU at jjWUUFiUc School. Plans and Spedficafions ma» Msgea,«nd tonal of Tender obtained, at the Office of the Department of Public InrtroottoB, Sjrdaey, and at At Pnblie School, BodaUa, «a apanwiHoa to the TwAer. Tend«rs, codoned 'Itader for New Closets, BodaUa Poblio School,'' most be lodged with the Daler Secretary, DepartlMntaf Publio Instruction, at or before 10 o'clock a.SL, on MONDAY, the 10th November, 1888. Ike If intatar doe. not bind kimadf lo accept the lowest or any Tender...
Making Galls. THE BUMBUG AND FOLLY OF THIS ONEROUS SOCIAL SOCIAL CUSTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 October 1888
Making GaQs. THE HUHBDQ AND FOLLY OF THIS ONEBOUS SOCIAL CUSTOM. What a neautiful civilisation onrs is sap fosed to be, growing in intelligence and sim plicity, and yot voluntarily taking upon it self this artificial harden iu an already over taxed life 3 The angels in heaven must ad- ?ire »nd wonder ! The cynic wants to know what is gained for any rational being when a ciy foil of women undertake to make and receive formal visits with persons whom, for toe most part, they do nut wise to see. Wh.it is gained, b« asks, by leaving cards with all threw pcsple, and receiving their cards) Wiien a woman amices her tedious rounds, why is she always relieved to find people not ini When she can count upon her (on fingers the poiple Bhe wants to see why «!-ould slio pretend to want to see the ot!.--rs} Is anyone deceived by it 1 Does niiy'ioily regard it us Anything bat a shnm nuii a In: den I Much tlie cynic knows about it ! U it not neoessury to keep op what is railed swietyj m it not neces...
Fresh of Nature and their Earnings. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 October 1888
Jreaki of Nature and their Earnings . Humanity is full of bane tastes. It loves to gtze upon the deformed cad horrible, especial fly if the deformed and horrible be alive and 'fairly well, and it is prepared to pay liberally for tbe disagreeable pleasure. This ib why 'Miss Hilly Christine, the double-beaded young lady with two tuneful voices, was able to earn £150 a week, and was also allowed her ex £enaes and the expenses of three servants. A blear £7,800 a year is a salary fit for aa am bassador, or even a prince. , Mrs. Tom Thumb also earns £150, but she hss to pay her own expenses. I should take her to be rerv dear at the price, for dwarfs aad iwsxfesses sre drags in the market ; and Mrs. Ihunib — though her husband was a general, uid she has been introduced to most of the crowned heads ot Europe — is by no means the smallest of her kind. Mr. Bate9, the giant, »Dd his wife, nee Miss Swan, when they ap peared together, used to be paid £126 a week aad their expeuse.-. Tlie giant C...
Margaret. CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 October 1888
BHBllIWaigaret, ? CHAPTER X. x We shouldn't lie paupers exactly I' said Blair with a laugh. ' No!' assented Ambrose, aud he shot a glance of envy, hatted, apd tail lincharitableness at the frank, ^ndsome face. ' No, you will be ?one of the richest men in England, fcujt a|| the same— — ' * Aud — and I hate anything like ?coBcealment and de:eit,'Blairlm)k« inamputiently ; ' especially iu con «e kH^isvith her,' * ABwin Ambrose nodded. '?* 'Well, you asked for lay opinion, wi i you are -juito at liberty to reject it att per usuul,' lie said carelessly. ^ ' Bd£ tb««jgh I am not a rich man, ''-:.i I jion't mind betting you fifty to one, — iu farthings — that if you de '.; cliuse your purpose of marrying this young lady to the earl, that before many years are over you will come to me and^'Jrish to heavens you had taken my advice.' Blair bit at his cigar and fitgeted hi$be chair he bad thrown himself Into. ' f'*Vf' ' I hate the idea of secrec3r, Austin,' he said at laBt ; and vet — ?JkfA th...
How to keep Flies out [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 October 1888
Sow to keep Flies oat The secret of success in k-wping file . out of tiic house is iu hegiunMi^ the liatila early in (be w.-unn. Q« over the bouse in die ainro iug, *iid with a wet doth kill every fly which tsorrfaki toaoek tbo warmth of ihu sunny wiudo-w panes ; thw -will prevent tlie hat ching of hundreds biter ou ; for nataraiistB jissert Uial 600 aie only the average brood frota a tingle fly. The other places where they are most likely to deposit their eggs are in tiniest which gathers, even in the moat --!e»rJy houses hnkind books', iu bookcases, in the spaee l«*wwi doable windows, and behind die weights and coids of windows.
Baid-headed Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 31 October 1888
Bald-headed Women. Mrs. Floriux -de Donate a noted hair dresser of St. Louis, «aid ; ' An innocent young man earns ia yesterday, and asked me why women ace never bald-headed 1 I at first wouderad where lie lud lived all his days, and thea considering that be was not ia the trade, and didn't know the schema that wwaren have, I pitied him. The fact in, than are more bald-headed women titan them are atea with abiiijr patos. Especially is this the case in the higher classes of society. The richer the food, the poorer the smttenanoe given the egg of the hair. It re ceives more eternal attention, to be sure, and that partially stakes op for it, butyou would bo surprised to be behind the scenes aad see a woman, prominent in the best society, and who tie night before bore har head, adorned ?with » luxuriant mass of ' women's glory,' - ' iloft— you would be surprised to see . ere with not a hair on her head, bow - ' . polished cranium meekly before the ' of one of my maids while the latter $...