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Tit Bits. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888
Tit Bits. ? ? ? Customer (to waiter) — Smsll bott!c cham pagne, waiter. Waiter — Yes, Sir. Do you like a dry or a rich champagne, sir ? Customer (earnestly) — I gay, waiter, bring me a bottle rich enough to pay for itself. Waiter (holding out his band in a meaning sort of way) — Haven't you forgotten some thing, sir 1 Departing guest (grasping hand and shad ing it heartily)— Good-bye, good-bye. Happy Bride : ' Isn't that lovely) So you have the house all ready f ? Young Husband : ' We can begin house keeping at once. By the way, my angel, do yon know how to cook V Bride : ' No, but mother does II' Agent calls on young doctor for his rent : ' Good morning, doctor.' Doctor : - Good morning, sir. You're looking very ill ; put out your tongue.' Agent puts out his tongue.- Doctor sees the agent's; tongue, give him a prescription, and sends him home, not to leave the house for a week. Agent departs peacefully for bed, minus the vent Little Bess (tb gentleman caller)' : ' You ain't black, ...
Spring Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888
Spring Rices. '?' The following are the weights for the Open- - ing Handicap and Birthday Handicap, to be run at the Spring Meeting on the 9thinBt;, ' Messrs. 8. HarfcuS, T. Coioi, and J. Molni tosh being the handioappers :— Opssma Hasdioap— 7 furlongs. . st.lb. . Mr. M. Keating's blk g Pete ? - 8. 8. W. F. Coman's b m Fidelity 8 6 J. Baleombe's b m Forest Queen 8 6. ? J. Sbannon's.b in Giovanni . .,..,. 1 \% . '. . R. H. HarvjuQn's b g Anctioneer 'j ~.T . ' ' ' W. Irwin's r,g. jLong |«r, .,. ,,, .. 7 , O.. . , . . BrBTHDATiHMTDlO^P-^1-} miles.' '- ?' ??. ? ?? ?. Mr. J.Shanrion'^lngerioU- ' ' ' ?'?'?' 8 *?- '?- M. Heating's blk g Pete' % ' . 8 0 '. ??' E. H'lIarvisdnVbrg Examiner -*7'' %-? ?''?? ;W. F.lComan'sbcJg'ltilflloo; ' .7 6 ?,: '. W. K Coraan's jb^.iroutns .' ''fi 4&' ;;-'\ Men's Saddles complete, from £3 cash, at
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888
Tbb Anstalsstim statistics pnblished annu ally by the Victorian Statist (Mr. Hayter) are always looked forward to with interest, as they constitute a kind of balance-sheet showing the general progress of die colonies, and are a reduction to figures of the results of the industry and thrift of the people. The leaps and bounds which characterise the advancement of America are not' apparent in the history of the Australasian colonies, but for all that the progress of the latter if it lias been slower is just as sure. We are lay ing broad and deep the foundations of an em pire, and the steady prosperity which Mr. Hayter chronicles from year to year is con -thraally cementing them. Colonists are the happy denizens of a country whose super abundances are a source of strength instead of weakness. In these new and thriving states there is a plethora of land and a soar -city of people. The problem with as U how to attract .population ; not, as in the old ?world, how. to get rid of it Our wea...
WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. November. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888
WJJSLEYAii METHODIST CHUECH. Romasa. San 4.— Ifaran 11 aod 7.30. Mr. I. Emmott, Bergalia (Mr. Speer'i) 3 Mr. A. H niching «, Coronas U.3O. Mr. J. Negue. Sim. U.-Msrnya 11 and 7.30. Bev. V. W. Bobertavnd Klon at 3. Thin. 15.— Klor»7.30. Rev. F. W. Roberts. Suu. 18.— Moruya 11 Mr. J. Emmott 7.30. Mr. A. Hutching* j TUba TUtaa (Mr. Moon'* ten.) 11 Rev. F. W. Roberta and Coronna at 2.30. Wed. 21— Btteman'a Bay 7.30. Rev. F. W. Roberts. Sun. 26— Mornya 11 and 7.30. Rev. F. W. Roberta AndTomakioj-t3. F. W. A. ROBERTS. Ifhc If oruua Himc^ A5B- S^rJTS €M8T J^ESiL. Fair, Fearka, Fra. Mobdta, Wboscsoat, Novbubib 7, 188tt.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888
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Handel's Nerves. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888
Handel's Nerves. Handel had -such a remarkable irritation of nerves that he could not bear to hear the toning ot instruments, and therefore this was always done before he arrived at the theatre. A musical wag, who knew how to extract some mirth from Handel's irascibility of tem per, stole into the orchestra, -m -a night when the Prince of Wales was to be present, and untuned all the instruments. Ab soon at the Prince arrived, Handel 'gave 4^e sig nal of beginning, con spirito ; bnt such was the horrible discord that the enraged musician started up from his seat, and having overturned a double bass which stood in his way, he seieed a kettle-drum, which he threw with such violence sit the leader of the fand that he lost his full-bottomed wig in the effort. Without waiting to replace it, he ad vanced bare-headed to the front of the orchestra, ireathUg vengeance, but so much choked with passion that utterance was denied him. In this ridiculous attitude he stood staring and stamping for ...
Wild Margaret. CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888
#-Wild Margaret CHAPTER X A.n opera cloak, lined -wrfh «car let, laj tan one -of the .dbairfl, and -on the SOTa%ere « !hat und » fair -df -eixteen-button kid gloves. The owner of the hat, opera ?clonk, and gloves, sat at the table '' discussing,' as the old authors ?say, a lobster and a bottle of stout. She was a girl of about twoand tweirty, neither pretty nor plain, but -with .a sharp, intelligent face — the sortj&f face one sees amongst -the London -street boys — and a pair of dark apd 'wideawake eyes, which -were by far her test features. She 'wore a light blue dressing go-wn- — father frayed at ihe sleeves, iy-ithe- ' -way, .and trimmed with a, .cheap and — by n« means slightly — -dirty dace. 33ut for all its sharpnese .and the ^vulgarity of its surroundings, it was ndt altogether ;a '-bad face. T.his w.is Mims uLottie Belvoir. She was an actress. .Not a famous ?one, 'by any means — only a .fifth rate one at present.; but ahe .was 'waiting for a favourable qppoctunity t...
Beautiful Panegyric on the Late W. B. Dalley Q[?].,[?] M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888
Besntifal Paaesxric on the Late W. B Dalley Q*., fXI.} M.L.0. When the musioiU service at St. Mary's Cathedral was ended, the Rev, William Kelly, 8.J, delivered « brief oration from the sasctaary steps, taking as the theme of his discoaitps the wordg, 'Lingua mea -adhsBsit fascibus meis : et m pulverim mortis ?deduxisti we (W[y tongue hath cleaved to my jaws ; and thou hast broight me down into the dust of death).' He said :— ' Brethren, when we stand thus near the mortal remains of the illustrious fellow citizen whose death Jus thrown a shadow over the city and our colony, we are indeed reminded, according to the second .part of the Sacred text, and dust ihas returned into dust. But the first part wakens a still deeper echo ; a voioe has been stilled; that tongse clings for ever to his jaws. For pre-minent amongst the gifts bestowed on our departed friend, and most certain to be rniBsed in civic and Catholic assembles lor many years to come waitlist eloquence which enchained all li...
Hiding Love Letters in a Dress Improver. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888
ffiiBBg Lore Letten is a Drew Im prover. The ''Olsgneflaiette' tells -an amusing »Aory of the. «tnage 'disoorerj a grenadier niade taring recent nanccavrcs. He had fceentold-eff. to nooimoitM -«r 4iie enemy, »nd as Jbis »j*y thmglt * teU sbambleilover a bather ?object, which he picked up and Ibrottrist to Us corporal, whs) sranenuoed it to be a dress improver. Oa -dosar uupefltfen it tamed out to eantaiu a Urge twaetr of billets de«x on tinted paper, writtea «fpa- nren% kf a student to * lady in the far north of BerE*. The otrperal, who was himself « student gnog thrsugk ha 'one year's ser vice,' tinjsad th* asaa and kept the * im prover.' Ob Jus Katun to BerlU l»e called on 'the lady,' anikad the good imsk to find ler atene ; tat vkat was hi* smrprwe to find that «he was % school girl of tender, yean. HaturaHy, mnder the circomstsaooi, he hesi ^-ited *» sive npiiii find, and fainted that the , i-f-y,s .r..^ht to he told, wat the fair one ??'?as eo i(-ip4rtBBite in. Jiereatreitiei t...
As Other See Us. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888
As Others Bee Us. A young English l«dy who, with 'her parents, recently travelled through Australia has given her impressions of the ' sunqy 'south ' to a leading journal in the old coun try. Appended are extracts from her letters :— a ' At Sydney \1 spent three weeks very 9 pleasantly, going excursions almost every ? -day. The country all round w very beauti ? :ful. (juiteJike fairyland pictores. Though ? . -eeU of Sydney are not ao fine and ? as -in Melbonrne, jret the town is much I piotoresgue. We spent five day* in ? ue fountains, oroeging the wonderful ? ;. railway, exploring the grand valleys ? ,'irgee in a. great many places where no I - ' .v. man had ever been before. The B imeptuj is very wonderful The valleys are I Tnore Uke the broad canonB in the western I 'XTuited States. Xhey are bounded by im 1 imense rock cliffs, smd everything except the I [perpendicular face ol the rock -is overgrown I 'with bush scrub and tree ferns. The sky is I -alirays blue, sonshioe all day l...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888
I Mr. or Et^.1 M 'Which is to be the title ot the future, Mr. Bw'Eiq. t In the past generaWon it wucon Swdereda particular token of gentili^ to re- |§ ceive letters addreued 'Esq.,' te be Ubelled W. ' Esq.' whenever one's name appearodinprint, &»nd in the case of birristera, 'University Xitadents, and lauded proprietor) *te title J| Tas oonsideted a-rightful privelege. m At present, kow«ver, a keen contetttB go i*ing on between the two titles, Mr being at * .present in the «aoeBdant, and no doubt the Sstrueale «U1 end in the survival of the tit affcteet. A very large number of people now « address their friends as ' Mr.,' on the m ground that the alternative title has become ? too oommon for Osageas a term of distinction. ? The difficulty, however, might be settled, I once for all, by. abandoning both 'titles alto ? gather, which would save a great -amount of I confusion at the post offices : — for instance, I how simple Nosey -Bob, Gardener, Mullen I derree, would be, inste...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888
Mrouya Jockey Club. A Committee Meeting wiU fee heW at TVtter salls THIS (WEDNESDAY) evening at Business important. 9. POLLOCK & a KAEKtTS, / H«B.8eo». ^Ss^E^EsSt^sai SPRING BALL ON Friday iNext, 9th inst, IN CENTENNIAL HALL DOUBLE TICKET ? te. PINOLE do. , ? «. Dancing to cemmew* at 8.3*. / D. POLLOCK) H^ „„ / S. HABKD8J J1-*-BBCi- SpringRaces I ^/ Spring Races I! SALE OJJTgATES. T- H. HARVISON & CO., tiuftradtei by 1the XV. Committee of tire Jockey Club, will sell by AUCTION TOMORROW afternoon (THURS DAY) at 3 p.m. the RIGHT to charge te course at the Spring Meeting. Psitienlaia at Sale. Half Holiday Move ment A LL thess who have signed die agncmnt to aTl done their business establishments on Wed neaday afternoons on and after the Uth inst, an requested to meet at the Meohanioa' Institute on MONDAY, the 12th inatant, at 8 p.m. to arrange any neceaaan details in connection with the move ment / v Notice. \ BA2AAR& BRUCE AUCTION ta«M«t the ±\_ Building Fund of...
Needles. Short, Sharp, and Shiny. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888
Needles. Short, Sharp, and Shiny. ' ^JXe rain yet ' Races on Friday. . 'jOnuid ball in the evening in the Centemal Hall. Sale of race course gates on Thursday at 3 o'clock. Trying weather for total abstainers. Newcastle strike is expected to terminate shortly. Moray* Rowing Club has made a good start. May it continue a ' live affair.' It is computed that a swallow flies 600 mil».s a day. We don't believe it The English press have made eulogistic re ferences to the late Mr. Dalley: The Soudan contingent propose to erect a memorial tablet to the memory of Mr. Dalley. Arthur Webster Q.C. in opening the case against ' The Times ' spoke for 26 hoars. Cardinal Newman the eminent Church dignitary is reported to bo dying. Arrangements *re being made for an Aus tralian rowing eight to visit England next April. The Mornya lagoon is almost dry, and we have yet quite (our months of summer weather to come. The Maori footballers who commenced so well in England are now being defeated b all quarte...