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That Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 2 October 1889
ThatMtlD. -?One of ,tten»6at*trikin)!;ohiwMteristic» of woman J**be.-dieerfdl peraeverenbe in looking fndet*hej*e4 fof.;a«aa. No man in his aenseaeWfcoinl^ideT the bed for a woman, but therearemflHMlof women in this ooantry wbo woald fadMnite impossible to sleep in ear bed nadet wWj»4hey had not prenously *earchea ^gfenWarl ' 'man. ExpTrienos ft lott^jpm theD- -'The Average unmarrind woman ott&tr TewMf .afee.bui uihall»lookod :todWthe1»ait}-«tT6O0t.m«vwlthOutev6r fl^^tbe^ptedman.batahe is not in tkiima^^^tolmg » oourae of *aa^fe2d»^-Mbe.e»»y to find women of ajftm^:«p#;«inet3r year* *bo;nighUy search fcr^iB»nh^?h*ve never found. , ? irA?$h%g e*qite*£' dresasea faultlessly, wad withapairW*hoe» whiph taperad to a Sintln the most nublonable at^lTwS Visit- ^r^d-boy )6o4ced Mm all over till bis eyes S^!»)^m^'aWi-!:-'fleataredat his own ^ri^JtHsVWia then at the vuitor'B, and i^pB^^j^toM'«U*mt off bat one f .' H|cM»li^l^^i^-*wWn Is Sakdxb IK:---7-.
F.L. Barker's Weekly Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 2 October 1889
T. L- Barker's Weekly Prbince Stport. SBEsraKiim— Demand 4* artrtng »t » slight ly lower level of .values £h&n hute lately been onoted. ? . ' '. XK(ij ;,'; Hides — Again a short supply on Friday, when last quotations #Wb9s%7 maintained. For the J and Q .bSmflrmb Queensland horaugd) and %0 ^wnsYOI*) braads^U, these oeinif &\Mtim&?arm of the d«v. . Or dinary butal^^d^ foUo'wsh ne.vV' 21d to 3W, light and modJM 2M J«;2id, dry 2d to 2fd, damaged ia!«ii|d^sr 1b. vTALW^^ftiofls fnrtner^deoluied on Fri day, best qo84ities-akirig_Srom\£19 10s to ' . '?'??.-. '.'?^??-sM^*%'.
DISTRICT COURT, MORUYA. (CONTINUED.) TUESDAY, 25TH SEPTEMBER, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 2 October 1889
DISTBIOT 0OUET, filOEQYA. (OONTIHCED.) TUESDAY, 25th SEPTEMBER. 1889. Before His Honor, Judge Backhouse, (Messrs. G. Mannseil P.M., T. T. Gannon J. P., and E. J. Coman J.P., also occupied ?eats on the Benoh). '' D. A. B. Pollock and 8. Hwkus v. P. Flansgsn— £20, money payable. Settled. '*S. Averell v. Lear— Work done, XI lfis. Mr. D. Pollock for plaintiff, Mr. Raviinsoa far defendant. Verdict for amount claimed. 'J. Arerell andT. Cooper v. A. &.? Tronp, '(Manager MooAt Coman G. M. CoC)— Breaeli of contract, £86 damages. Mr. RstrlinsoQ far plaintiffs, Mr. Polloek for defendant. Verdict for £W 1W. J. Bnckley t. W. CuUen— Goods sold £l\ 11s 9d. Verdict for amount. J. Sttunton v. Tboi. Williams— Bent £11 ]0s. Mr. Pollock for plaintiff, Mr. Bawlinson for defendant. In this case the judge allowed tbe plaint to be amended, and to stand over nut.il next sittings. Plaintiff to pay defen dant's costs. W. Smith r. C. *nd ,W. Constable— £24 16s,: work dune and breach of contract Ver dic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 9 October 1889
'TBS FOR Al,l. 0ISKASK8 OP llnn,!-n£Kn*piaHlie-nlililjoCiabMdmirtitu«u(l I ? |mii||1teir-il » totally lavlrQnA* (o imp UdSWunr *t '??« la cjiMWiKr power. «l ^thjwmKMUt---l-t?n.\^rjuto.iQt Us lormatioB ^£aSi'nvM--lit--wl#^tnia41-a wtantl ton) la ..-rtiint rflS?rllu«iHfcih3j|E?tlnt K «n to * de:imiM ou to IHSVOB) ??T'OUUB DlbK^SB. Tlir\k^o«lt-ikllXiiSnilHi'wattat tthuk M-OMMC ACTIninBSB!5 cqulna, flwrttere tlirr inKriW X ul tltol IU VlrUn *? » k'cdUM %mUU. fer dl'dlma ?|U« W** «£«Ut, wnl ??CTToOi wmkiMU. r*W ««Twfc*«.-ti«t talod JOB P n D U © ARE .-fO^npEj.* bUKNd prifiNnANr cure6 by vUnllDAIILi nil ?Tilnliiiwimiiiiaiwi ^i r Tm (m, II HJLWTjSSrSaSt tnmr.*. CWKHMUHVi|pB v WBfl^B ^BCHw wl bj ao otkar ttifintlm ?. ... WmSli ?, ifl*. uU , ? -£, — .''Mjli'VI'i''.'1! if' .'? ?'?' ? - ? — ? — ASTHMJC-flROHiblllTiSi^wuTK CATARRH °'~ M INFANT*, 0HU£*JM AMD ADULT*. A DOSE RaiEVE8; A iBOTTLE 0URE8I Au.wtrwitti.it mmmwuiMa F.M.CUMENTS,M.P.-.,IEWTOWI. ' ?? ?? J.--:iVl.t- P--^^~~ allTermin. PRICE ^...
Terrible Floods. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 9 October 1889
Terrible $lood-. ' Heavy floods hate, ooenned at Qairindi, Murmntno'i, ?«ni «tiber -norihem temships. 8G boars almost coritinuOOB rainfall. Houses inundated, bridges, fencing, awfl 'cnlvertS washed away in 'every difeetio& in 'Sydney several boats were oapsind in the - harbour, amongst them being the pleasure-boat Itene containing 12 yonngmenr*nd«jH-nng women, G are missing and ^opposed to be'drovnei. -
If You are Over Forty Don't Read This. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 9 October 1889
If Ten are OTerJSrty Don't Read This. EVkky man builds his house by the time be is forty years old. After that he mn; deoorace it and fresco it and ornament it in many wayB, but the house is built and ho cannot ohange it He has culminated. Tim growth is over and the processes of decay are beginning Or have begun: He will not progress further, but, oh tbe contrary, wilt go backward. Look ardund you and you will see that It is true. .ThewUrldV ' ' being done bjrilen who are less *' ,.i ..,. years old. Look through all.the ob . ~ ?'?'* human industry .and aea the men ocittaHjr pushing on the Work ; the, - young men. ^'Xtis the same in buoair;'- u. law, in the churches and in the ne»' ? Of course the men. who art most prominent; in affairs are1 Over forty, 'but they are all men. who have done their work: They are not progressing now, they are ti^tUJgjatill. . They are not growing, they tmr decaying. . It is true that . men may. , -beoomo . richer( and they will, of bourse, have e. deepe...
Railway Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 9 October 1889
XriOwtLj Trmttc j Tim -rsirwsiy tn*ffic yesterday was Hflft heitvieatm-er known in «be -ookmy. 88,400 .persons travelled to and from 4he Sedfera station. All thn arrangenwmts were admlr alily carried out !r'rom tt-«peej»wdl«r point of view the eight hew dMnonptration was not as attractive as to tormer years, %ut tb- .procession was more -lengthy, 'extending over -one wile -and ia%alf. ?
The Strongest Man on Earth. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 9 October 1889
The Strongest Man on Eaith. Thehb are many Delilahs but only one Sam sou, and he is performing at the Royal Aquarium at present, where his feats of strength are certainly of an original and marvellous character (says in English paper) The spectator as he watches feels that it i? better to be friendly with such a man , wii li a blow of bis list he breakB an iron clain tlirit will bear a pressure of 30001b. With hi? two hands grasping a short chain, of 2r-'1'' ascertained pressure, he mokes a mot effort, and pulls the iron chain int and in what seems the most wonderf namely, fastening two tight iron bracelets or armlets round his bie- spectator may view the process from ningtoend. One hears the strong mf a long breath Bees the muscles of h growing bigger and bigger, the oords . neck swelling with tbe sustained effo face crimioning, and then, in the s those nearest the stage can hear a a little sundering snap ;. it is the double cnain armlet that has broken and tbe next second falls ri...
Our Champion Slogger. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 9 October 1889
Onr Champion Slogger The great dogger, j. L. 'Sullivan, rrt»-. ? to speak or to See Australia's CliHin|j--j... Professor Jackson. He says J. L. can ci™« the color line with me if he likes ; tliot is his privilege. I will not force my ncquain tance upon him. Since I came to the United States I have met a great many men of edu cation, wealth, and'high social and political position, and all have treated me most ngree ably, -and so long as tho California Athletic Club is behind me, I can be as independent as anybody in my profession, Sullivnn not excepted, and I know that the .?flentlrinen who comprise that club will l-e my friends while 1 behave myself, no matter whother 1 win or lose. It is something of a plcn-:ure for me to feel that I have friends whose friendship does not depend entiiely on my ability as a fighter, ot the color otmy akin'.— Caideb Union. jNow, we believe Poter to be tbe greatest pugilist of the dny, and as farfts professional staggers go, an honorable and estimable...