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Mr. W. H Thomas. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
Mr. W. H Thomas. The attempt to get rid of the Wollonj;nns Police Magistrate, Mr. W. H. Thomas, led up to an inquiry by Judge Back house, on tlie lSih mid following days of ueto'vr. Out of U00 individual names apra-nded to a formal document complaining of rh-j P.M's conduct, only owners of two names appeared to give evidence before the- special- Conunis'sifmer. auv Histgtavt»i.c4 uau uutmuic nuiuusv j-a i ? Thomas ; the solicitors had been treated with courtesy by him ; The Mayor (Wiley) said 'public opinion war that Mr;; Thomas was strict but just.' In fact, just that sort of 'I do not like thee, Doctor Fell' feeling apr peared to prevail ; but when the nndei'cur rent of dislike had to be coolly put in writ ing, or reduoed to faranl evidence, there was a general weakness observable along the lines, and the undisciplined army seems to have sustained a demoralised rout— Btg* GaietU.
"Government Gazette" [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
' Government Gazette' Annual Least granted : George McCaufey 500 acres, East Nelligen. — Public gates : The following public gates have been applied for by Mr. F. \V. Cork, and any objections must fee lodged within 30 days from 8th instant : — Gnte (not loss thaii 1 1 feet wide) across reserved road and at the north-west boundary of F. W. Cork's 1191 acres, C.P. portion No. 103, parish of West -'elligcn, county of St. Vincent. — Gate (not less than II feet wide) across reserved road, within F. W. Cork's M9 aenss, C.P. portion No. 10*, and distant about 18 chains westerly from the cast Imupdary of that portion, parish of West Xelligeu, county of St. Vincent.
WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
WESLEY AN METHODIST CHURCH. NbVEMBKB. Fit IS— Ilenaudra 7.30, Rov. F. W. Roberta. Son. 17— Moniyu II, Mr. John Crapp ; 7.30, Rev K W. Boberts ; Nelligen 10.45 and Bateman a Bay 2.30, Rev. F. WVRobeita. Sun. 24— Moruya II and 7.30, Rev. David Tonga, of Tonga ; Mogo 3, Rev. F. '\V. Roberta Mon. 25— Montys 7.30, Annual Meeting far Foreign Missions, at which the Rev. Oavid 1 onga nay be expected to relate the thrilling inculefttH in eojuiection with the late Tongese fntaxaHaaa. r. W. A. ROBERTS.
The Village Fair. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
The Village Fair. On Thursday last, the Village Fair in aid of the Presbyterian Church was formally dpened by Mr. B. Anderson, J.P. The general arrangement of the stalls wna certainly very. handsome, and displayed an amonn't of taste, never excelled, if equalled, iu the district. The decorations were simply beautiful, tbe terns especially being very fine and adding much to the imposing goneral effect. There were -three stalls superintended respectively by Mrs. J. C. Anderson, Mrs Sutherland and the sVlTanBjui P»wAn aff y-f irhnm tin A monv tnlffntv 1UID9CO VUJkV--Lf «*I4 V* nuvfiu u»» iiihi-t. -hi-iu£ and energetic lady workers, who unceasingly appealed to the crowds which patronised the Fair each evening, to take just ' one chance,' for tiie bride, or a table, or butter dish. Many would outer the hall with the determin ation stamped on their faces not to let their expenditure exceed a certain sum of money, but alas, very soon they fell victims to the charming tactics of some fair m...
Monthly Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
Monthly Stock Sale* The success which has characterised the regular monthly sales of stock in Moruya, demonstrates clearly that the public fully realize their value and importance. : When these Biles were inaugurated some eight months ago, there were not a few pessimists who predicted that they would soon die a natural death ; but with systematic -energy and application, and the assistance of a few staunch supporters, the auctioneers wore down some local prejudice, and now the monthly sales of stock are firmly established, and constitute an important' commercial factor in our town and district.
Coila Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
Coila Handicap. This handicap was run off on Saturday last, and culminated in tbe most discreditable piece of running that ever disgraced the track, and we euly regret that even by oar presence we appeared to countenance the clumsily ' put up' job. We simply record the fact that E. Gray won Uie final off 23 yards, and P. White (17 yards,) the favorite, ni second af tec almost dancing a sand jigaboat a dozen yards from nome. Jones 3, Simon 4. Time, 15 Seconds, two other heats being run iu leas time. Cet us drop the curtain. '
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
Weekly Calendar. DayaoftlicWoek I Days of I Son I Sun I Moon ? 1 Mouth. 1 Rises. | Sets. | Rises | A.M. Thursday ? Nov. 14 | 4 52 I 6 38 4.H. Fkidav ? „ 15)4 51 | e 39 0 29 Saturday. ? „ 16 | 4 51 | 6 40 II Sosbat ? „ 17 | 4 50 | 6 41 1 Si Munuay ? I ,, 18 | 4 49 I 6 42 2 8 Tuesday ? „ 19 | 4 48 1 6 43 2 40 Wednesday. ? | „ 20 | 4 47 | 6 44 3 12 §|he Hloruga Ifimed A3B- 8OTTH -GM.ST 368B5&&. Fun; Ftartau, Free Mobuta, Wkdnesday, Novkmbek 13, 1889.
Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
Police Court At this court on Monday before Messrs G. Maunseil, P.M., and R. Anderson, J.P^ seve ral townspeople wwn fined in small amounts for allowing their cows to wander about the streets. One individual who owns a couple of cows which frequently depasture in the public streets, was fbitunate enough at the time of the 'oow raid ' to find his animals grazing in the town lagoon, whither the zeal of our guardians of the law voukl not impel them to go. ;
Victorian Criticism. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
Victorian Criticism. The following extracts from the two great leading papers of Victoria indicate very clearly the feeling of that colony with reference to Sir Horny Parkes' Federation scheme, and hiB position with regard to the Federal Coancil which Mew South Wales refuses to join. Our ffmudiloauent old imw wants the colonies to adopt a scheme formulated by himself, and bearing bis own impressed stamp, so that lie can retain the name (no matter in what way) of being Australia's greatest statesmen. We .apprehend it is the rapid march of Protection wliiiJi has caused Sir Henry Parkes' new more, for of course (he levelling uf tariffs must be accomplished before the beautiful dream of 1 Federation becomes a fact. Federation to Victoria with her many factories thoroughly established, would no donbt he greeted with delight, but it is doubtful if New South Wales would profit in a commensurate degree. Pro tection is inarching along, and her champions would like to see onr colony participa...
Moruya Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
Moruya Post Office. Math for .Sydney, Braidwond, and Araluen close daily, Kriilnys uccpteil, at 10 p.m. For Ji.su. ('hpIku-jj.,, IkMullii, and Horgalia, clone 'iiuly, Wiuiiliiys KXeepU.il, uttt.M p.m. For UnteniMi'a l!uy anil Mogo, clowj mi Suniluy« at 10 p.m. and on Wednesday, coil Fridays at 1.30 p.m. For Kioni doses Wednesdays anil Satanbya at 4.30 p.m. Mails from Sydney, llraidn-ood, ami ArMucii nre rtotiwil ilnily, Miinhays executed, atttp.m. From tteifn, Cnuanio, llmlullii, and Vcrg&lia, daily, KhiuaVn ewoptvil, nt lOu-m. £Ut.M. mil's Ituy im-i Mogo on Mondays at 7.50 p.m. ; Timniduys At 12 noon, mid on Saturdays 4J hours after arrival of steamer from Sydney. A .Sydney bag is ulao receivetl by tills mail. Kiora \\ edneadaya and Saturdays at 112 noon. VFFIOE HOURS. TIk l'ubt Office in open regularly from 9 a.m. until S Jv.m. on w«ek tUya, anil -ui Sundays from 9 a.in. to 10 a.m. Money Order und Saving linnk Odioe open from J) u. m. to C li.m. daily (Sundays cxoc]-ti:d)....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
THE COMMERCIAL BANKING CO, |\ of Sydney. ' MORUYA BRANCH. ' -C^(te'l ? £600,000. ^e*erred Funds ? £610,000,. Ifccserre for Equalization of Dividende £150,000. * DVANCES mvie,bill8 discounted, deposits re- -. A ceived, cheques oollected, drafts issued on all * ?the prlncip»116*nB in the Australian colonies, also in Great Britain, and all usual Hanking business transacted at 'current rates. G. E, MACKENZIE, -' Manager. I I | AND SURGICAL l-. - MOBRIS1 BUILDINGS, yin^JB&'&T., MORUYA. 'Ar&MyiJUKVJSVaaxhe consulted daily on ? rjMMSaS»«.tmenti.f *U Dteewq., bavinghad a vflai^^^iiea^iferienoe to Continental flospi ? -i^^^yiDiGINES SOLD AT .^yy^aroyiEY ibices - ^.^0CK-«oIn-tal«»b«.t»™g.».d Medi rinWl&Wffto'iiiwriedlMJ'wori* THE flORUYA TIMES AND OUTH COAST JOURNAL IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT THE OFFICE, Vulcan-street, Moraya The Tcrmi' of Sulitvi-iptinn arc 17b 6d per annum mlv.inc.. : iOs if Uoki-d. 1 1n Quarters in.l o;i the ,1]st March, 30tli 3utK, Ill...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
CHUBCH SERVICES. DIVINK SKRYICES will be held (n.v.), a. follows :- CJiUKDI OF EKfll-AND. N.IVEMHKR. Son. 17-MomyaSR.m. (H.C.) anil 11, Batcman's Bay 4, Nellieun 7.30. Mon. 18— Buektnbonra 7.30. Tuua. 19— Mogo 7.-3a Sum. St-Jteruya $ a.in. (H.C), 3.15 (Children's ?en-ice}, Coila U (II. C.) Hfljle CIosb at tlic Vioacauc every Wednesday at 7.30. Choir Practice at the Church every Friday at 7.30L K. J. 8FKNCER. Incumbent
About Ayrshires. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
About Ayrshiies. Mb. Robert 'Wallace of AuchsnVmne, Ayrshire, in a paper read before fte Scottish Dairy Conference thus speaks df this breed of cattle which are becoming the most popular in Australia :— ' In colour 1 prefer a distinct brown and gracefully and carry her head nioe and high. These couibinod points give a wedge-like shaped appearance to the Animal which for beauty aud symmetry are not equalled by any otitti- breed of cattle. At a competition, in the yiar ] 886, prizes were offered for the Ayrshire cow that woaW ciwe the greatest quantity of milk m twenty-four hours. This trial was not altogether satisfactory ; several of the cows did not take very kindly to the wooden erection put op for them, and a dog show was held within twenty yards from where the cattfe were stalled, which pre vented some «! them frem feeding. The weight of the lour at ffct top was -57} lbs., 56}lbs ., 56Jlb»., and 51}ftn. These are the only two milking trials, so far as I know, held by the Society...
Moruya Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
Htoruya Jockey Club- ? The committee of the Jockey Club hare raised the amount of the two principal prizes of the Spring Meeting to £12 and £$ res pectively. There are those who would like tosee theprises much larger, but dubs like indi viduals, must be jnst before they are generous, and hence the committee are anxious to try and vedme t»e indebtedness of our club, f Past experience has taught as that it is a| very simple mutter to draft imposing programmes, but quite a different thing to tind the money to pay the prizes and expenses.
A Romance of Real Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
A Romance of Real Life. A thiaX involving -circumstances of an ex ceptionally romantic charaoteri(says n Iiondon paper) will come before the Tribunal of Hagusa shortly. Ai«»t twenty years ago a peasant of I3te neighbourhood of Ragusa, being no longer able to support bis v.;(* cmim-atcd to the United States. I en vine his lietter half in charge of the village priest. IVom the first luck smiled on him, and he wiis nble to send the priest -'O florins a month for his wife. As his position improved, he increased the amount of his monthly remit tances, but the rascally reverendo only Iiaiirted 5 florins a month to the woman. This went oo for fifteen years, when this werthy clerical gendemw forged a certificate of the hosbMtd's death, and placed it in tfce hands of his wife, whose deatii he likewise certified in a forged document and sent it to the husband in America. Shortly after wards be piously betook himself to Corfu, where he heped t» spend the remainder of his days in peace, rejoici...