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Another Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 30 October 1889
Another Strike. 100,000 Durham miners have struck for an advanoe of IS per oent wages, also a re duction in the hours of labor, so that the week should consist of S days, 7 hours each. A Correspondent asks : ?? Which has done it, Freetrade or Protection 1 The original seats in the JB. C. Church were made by Mr. James Gallagher some 80 yean ago, at a cost of £6 per seat. The present prioe of the same kind of artiole now making by Mr. Pedrini is 86s 1 1 1 and he finds timber, nails, screws and varnish. - ' Mr. Edmund Taylor, the financier, as sumed the character of Dr. Marsh (Doctor of Divinity) when about being arrested at Cey lon. The police officer was awfully shocked as to the character of the Australian clergy man, when the Bev. gentleman, in denying his indentity, exclaimed, 'There must be some d ? d mistake about tile business.' Brunker and Oarruthers hsr/e postponed their trip to this part of the district ; the prospects of an enthusiastic reception were not encouraging.
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 30 October 1889
BDOrtiiur. latest soratchingi : — Melbourne Cup — Somneil, Whakawai, Alchemist, Tourbillion, Dailey, Don Giovaina, Norcaster, Churchill, Montello, Silvermine, and Aura. Maryby nong Plato — Hamilton and Beverly.
Racing. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 30 October 1889
Baring. The committee of the Bega Jockey Club met on Monday to out out a programme for the next annual races. A crop of oorn is planted in the race course paddock, and the circum stances of the position leave no option as to the date of the meeting, which mutt be oa 'Kamr VaaWa Tkov anil t.liA -1aw #nllAMtt*- *TLo committee's time was occupied with prelimi nary business, and the only events decided upon were the Trial Stakes of SO sovs., Bega Cup of 100 sovs, and Town Plate of 60. During a disonssion of the terms of the Cop, Mr. Henry Underbill proposed it should be for 76 sovs, but this was lost in favor of 100 sovs., and the disonssion, or the manner of it, was so distasteful to the proposer of the smaller money that he at once resigned from the committee, and gave the somewhat un ceremonious and trnasked-for opinion that ' he could not agree with the company.' This is a sample of what racing prmoten have to put op with in come ^narten, plenty of fault-finding and the minimum of a...
Latest News. SYDNEY, Tuesday. Melbourne Cup. Bravo,1; Carbine, 2 ; Melos, 3. A Murderer Shot. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 November 1889
Latest News. - — BY TELEGRAPH. SYDNEY, Tuesday. Melbourne Cup. Bravo, 1 ; Carbine, 2 ; Mclos, 8. A Murderer Shot. Flick, the man who shot Constable Nor man ton, has been found dead, his body being riddled with bullets.
Aboriginal Mission. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 November 1889
Aboriginal Mission. On Monday afternoon, October 28th, the Rev, A Turnbull, Anglican clergyman, of Cobargo and Tilba Tilba, administered Christian baptism to thirteen adult abori ginals, and married five couples at W&Daga Lake. It was intended to perform the sacred rites in Trinity Church, but as the blacks preferred to have the services held at the' camp, Mr. Tnrnbul),' accompanied by Mrs. Tumbull and several ladies and gentle men went thither. Tbe blacks gathered on a beautifully -green spot on the toke side. At once novel and pleasing -was tbe spec tacle of the clergyman in his robes, with the sable oongregation seated before him listening to an address upon the reasons and need for such a meeting. The baptisms took place first, and afterwards tho marriages. Mr. Turnbull explained that it wiis necessary that Baptism should precede the marriage service: The service for adult baptism was used, and it was gratifying to observe that the candidates seenipd to realise the solem...
WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. November. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 November 1889
WJiSLKY^N METHODIST CUURCU. NOVEMBER. W'o.1. 6-rurlinjah (G. T. Hall) 7.30, Rev. F. \V. Hulx.it*. Sun. 10-Moruya 11 and 7.30, Hcv. F. W. Roberta and Kiorn at 3. Fri. 15-Ueuoiidni 7.30, Rev. F. \V. Roberta. Sun. 17— Jlornya 11, Mr. Joint Crapp ; 7.30, Rev K, W. Roberts; Kollfccn 10.45 and liatcinau'a Way 2.30, Key. F. W. HoherU. Sun. 24—Moruya 11 and 7.30, Uov. Daviil Tonga, ol Tonra ; Mogo 3, Kov. F. W. .Roberta. Hon. 25— Moruya 7.30, Annual Meeting for Foreign Missions, at which the Rev. David 'ionm may be expected to relate the thrilling incidents in connection with the late Tongeae pursccutioUB. F. W. A. ROBERTS.
A. and P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 November 1889
A- pnd ?? Society. A general meeting of the above was held at the Hall on Friday last, when there was an uniiBuaiiy large attendance. The minutes of the previous meeting were 'read and con firmed. Mr. Shottin's notice of motion ' That the rale fixing the number of commit tee at 12 instead of 16 be rescinded ' was then discussed. . Mr. Harvison contend ed that as Mr. Shottin was not present at the last meeting when the motion was set down ior hearing, it therefore lapsed, and could not be brought on again without fresh notice being given, There is no doubt Mr. Harri son's objection was good, but as none of those members who intended to vote against Mr. Shottin's motion wished to defer its considera tion a show of hands on the question was taken with the result that the motion was' submitted to the 'ote and carried. It was decided to bold all future committee meet ings on Thursday instead of Friday,, and that they be called by post-card instead of advertisement. This con cluded the wo...
Presbyterian. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 November 1889
Presbyterian. Lost SftMmth was the children's day in the Presbyterian Church, Monjya. ,; At the' close of the service, which was specialty pre pared for the children, the pastor Rev. J. li. Archibald awarded prizes and certificates of honor to the children who had been success ful in the General Sabbath School examina tion held in Sydney. Eight priaes were passed with high distinction, and seven obtained certificates of honor. The following received prized : — Senior catechism, James Mclntosh. Robert J. Anderson received n prize for junior catechism, and for junior scripture. Flora J. Hespe received a prue for each of these subjects. The following received a prize for junior scripture : Alfred J. Anderson, Janetta M. Archibald. * Junior catechism : Christina Stewart. The follow ing persons received certificates 61 honor passed with high distinction : Marion Mclu tosh, senior catechism, Robert :B. MuZhtosh and Alex.. A. ..Mclntosh, senior cateohism. Church Government, Durican Mclntos...
University Examinations. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 November 1889
University Examinations. It is an occasion for gra&lation, and one in which the town and district might exhibit a pardonable amount of pride, that all of the ;Moniya candidates, numbering five,, who recently presented themselves for the junior University Examinations should hanj saoous fnlly passied. The names are, J. J. Jeonerf 0. £.. nawatm, \J, iiove. Alice Smitiiara, Hannah Mary Connore. From our*ichange8 we leam tiiat at Bega only one of seventeen passed. Brnidwood showed a very creditable record six out of eight candidates being suc cessful With reference to ' the wonderful success achieved by the Moray* candidates, mi must attribute' the credit and honor to oar model and painstaking teacher, Mr. Siry«r, for, -while the_candidate9 most, perforce, be pos sessed of the' necessary intelligence and appli cation for the examining ordeal, these attributes would be almost useless unless directed by the master disciplinarian and systematic impsrter of knowledge, and these qual...