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Pianoforte and Organ Recital. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
Pianoforte and Organ Recital. On Tlmrsday evening the 5th proximo, Miss B. C. Powell's pupils will give a pianoforte and organ recital in the Mechanics' Institute. Although a recital of this nature given -by the pupils of a high-class musical educational establishment is necessarily shorn of tbe comic element; yet we anticipate a- large audience on (he evening of .the. 5th December, as the recital will afford parents an opportunity of judging the merits of Miss Powell's pupils, although that ladye' qualifications as a um^icitn scarcely require any such test ]
Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XXVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
Wil-2 Margaret. — - ?♦ cil\iti-:h xxyi. 'My lc-7'-l. ymi will iiinloistitiiil wliv I jsTio\v---I You iliat pii-llllv. 'J'Ju'i'r need lit- ii' - t 0110 voril s|xi]-( n In twi-cii us ii roli.M-ii(.'' to it. Yimr i'ace has toki me uli i want tu know, my actions will explain my motives. jjuiu 11IIU9 «iji uiiuuiNinnu Mat jf I treat him with clisomrtosy wJicii we return to tliv «:i»iiiji:niy, tlmi I -lo it. to provide an oxcusl- I'm- mir meeting to-niorrtiw morning.' ' Our mooting V said' j-Jluir. who had scarcely listened to, and cer tainly ii.it! not understood, the prince's words. Prince Rivani's face grew black. ' Lord Verrers prefers to ruin women rather than fiijht with men. Ah, yes.' Blair rose at once. ' I lUm't understand you,' lie said quietly ; ' but if you wish to chal lenge me you need not be afraid tlwit I sliaJl decline. Why you should want to shoot me J scarcely know ? ' ' It is a lie,' hissed tlie prince, ?driven almost mad by what he con sidered Blair's prevarication. ' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
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Consultation Consolations [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
OoBflultation Consolations. The most satisfactorj- thing that can hap |-en to a man at tlie close of the nineteenth ?century is to have drawn t'hn winner of a mighty consultation sweep. The solid bed Tock of truth which supports this statement ?roust be visible to the naked eye of every iu . habitant who can think, it is not an uuBat isfactory thing to draw a starter or a non-starter, or anything substantial. No -doubt there is a heap of joy in tho heart of a ?fairly successful mining speculator and syndi cate promoter; but there is in these occupa tions so much of the counteracting element ?of anxiety that against the sum of bliss must be pitted a :heavyiliscouut. Therfore the ?eternal 'truth -of the opening ruumrk is doubly demonstrated. These thoughts occurred te ?the writer when ho sat contemplating the -mental condition of tho western shwirer who ?drew Bravo in the £50,000 sweep. It is said -he neither hoilged nsr laid a fortune to noth ing with the owner. The whole amount thus...
Thrift. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
Thrift. It;is ft matter of frequent comment that ?Australians -in all walks of life evince an in ?cliiMtnm tivlive beyond their means. For a ?'long period in our history money was so cosily ?obtainable -that few considered it necessary to give a thought for the morrow. When .-cold was first discovered, nnd tho favor «u -at its-height, fortunes wore quickly made, ;and as readily expended. A gambliug spirit ?took possession of the people, and traces of it -still remain. The average Australian of 'either sex has little, if any idea of thrift. 'The struggle for existence being not bo Tceen ?as in older countries, frugal habita are not ?characteristic of the rising generation and they appear to have little idea of the proper ?use of money, and on account of always liv ing up to their incomes, if not beyond them, ??are never prepared for financial emergencies ?such as are frequently caused by depression ?in trade. In all the colonies there are men who have been in the receipt of salaries ...
He Kept His Hand Up. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
He Kept His Hand Up. He wanted a desk aud one or two other things at the auction, and instructed a broker to bid for him. ' But how am I to go V -asked the broker. ' As long as you see my Siand np to my faoe you can keep bidding, ?replied the purchaser. The sale commenced, 'i- the desk was duly knocked down to the ' Iroker, and -the purchaser, who was « busy isercbaDt, gave no furtbor heed to what was agoing -on,. but began -mentally calculating the profits to be expected from some of his pend ang transactions. In the evening the oroter ?called «pon him -with his bill. He then Sfound ttiat besides the desk be had bought a «et of eHver, ft lunda, a bebby-horse, a child's perambulator, a stuffed tiger, 16 volumes of theological works, and a number ?of other articles which he did notatall want. ' What the -ter ? ,' he began, but luckily remembered that swear-words were wrong, sand asked more calmly why the purchases 4iad been made. ' Why, you kept yo«r hand 1 wp the whole time, and I '...
What to do with Surplus Fruit and Vegetables. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
What to do with Surplus Fruit and Vegetables. SoinclimRs caliuage, cauliHower, peaHhes, apples, and all kinds of vegetables and fruit are a drug in the market, and can hardly be givcu away— much less sold. Creps are soiiictHmes grown with much labeur, and then loft on tie field, because there is no sate for them. Jfow, there are soldiers by minions, almost seamen innumeraWc, and bushmen — — '??cum who would gladly use all the vesctabl™, fruit, 4c, if only properly put in their way. Yho preper waf is to dry them ; and tliis can easily be done by the aid of the American desiccating machines, which have flow been improved almost to perfection. The little implement whioh pares, cores, and slices, can be bought for a shSing er ss, and a vory nice drying machine can be purchased tor a few pounds. Every cultivator can afford to buy those things, because by their us« he will be made practically -safe against loss through the market being glutted.
F. L Barker's Weekly Produce [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
F. L Barker's Weekly PreduCe Rf Sheepskins — Quotations : Green (weighty) GGd to 80d, exceptional si iOSd, fsar qualities 50d to C2d, sin medium 34d to 48d, best pelU 2-td t 2nds 12d to 20d, bare «d to l-3d St&tton -primest) '$\& to ?d. Hides — The catalogues were much s than usual en Friday last, when in quen.ee prime advanced -quite |d ft heavies receiving Btost atteutrou. tgsrn trere for superior heavies 3d I x-Tdia»xy do. 2lA to 2|d, medium 2|d t tight ^^d to 2td, dry 2d to 3d, 'aau,.,; to 2d per ib. Taii.ow — This market teudsdowYiw.' a result of recent sales in London, guidance . I witt quote best beef or £18 15s to £19, fairqniiity £18lo£l inferior £16 to £17 10s per ton. Oil— Neatsfoot 3s J.\ black 2s 4J, c per gallon* Bakk — Prices on Friday mm aboi per ton better, but it is not thought values will exceed present quotations, Best southern green we.Ule £8 Io £ fair substance and quality £6 10s to £ inferior £l to £3 10s per ton. Maize — The arrivals during th...
Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
Produce Report Wniter Vtope, Comuiission Agent, 197 Susaex-etreet, Sydney reporU as foHows :— Chaff (prime) LS to t6 per ton. „ (2nd quality) L3 lOtoLl Ws per ton ' (straw) £3 to £i. Hay (Lucerne) L2 10s to L3 10s per ton.. „ -O»ten) 1,3 to L4 10s. Pot»toes-New Zealaud) 12. 10 toU 10s. „ ^Cironlar Uead) L6 10s to LG. Onioes (Ken; Zealand) L2C to £iK F4our-bestro)k»r.) £12 10s to £13. : Feed Oata 2s #d to 3s per bus. Seed Oata 3s to 3s M per bus. Barley is to 3s 3d per bus. Maije 2s 6d to 3s 3d per bus. : Pollard 8 Jd to 9d per bus. Bran 3d to 9jd per bus. Batter 3d to 9d per 1b. Cheese 4d to 7d. Bacon 5d to -Wl. Lard Id to Sd. Honey 3£-] to 4d. Eggs (Northern) lid., (Southern)) Il£d to Is. fowls 3s 9d to 4s 3d. Uuoks 4s to 4s 6d. Geese 5s to 8s. . . Hen Turkeys €s to ?s. CoA.Turiceys \U to l«s. Pigs (alive) 8s 6d to 42s. - CoI.vm '7s to'50s. '????? Kangaroo Skins 3s io TSi 3d. ? Wallaby Skin» 5a to 18s. OposSum Skins -3b ^d to l€s per doi; Sheep Skins 3Gd to 90d. Hides 1W to 3Jd. Ta...
Hints for Husbands and Wives. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
Hints for Hatbands and Wives. AMirijjht Bunion woman who abounds in laconic wisdom not only asserts tlie pi)asi liility of happy imd ideal umrriagR, but ' lets ' us into the secrets of those crisp hints : — Let -each allow the other to know some thing. Let each consult the other's feelings. Let each realise the foot that they are one. Let the husband froauerit fcis'home. not 4o club. Let his ' having to see a man ' wait till next (fay. Let his latchiey gaflier tip rust train dis use. tct him speak to his wife, and not yell ' Say ' at her. Let him be us -courteous lifter marriftgo as before. Let him confide in his wife ; their interest is one. Let him assist tor in beautifying the home. Let him appreciate her us his best .partner. Let her not worry him with petty troubles. Let her net relate Mrs. Next Door's gossip. Let her not fret because Mrs. Neighbour has a Seal skin. Let hot intkc tiomo mere pleasant thttn the club. Let her drees as tastefully for him as for strangers. Let her s...
To the editor of the MORUYA TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 November 1889
To the editor of tire Miiudva Timks. Sin, — It has reached my cars that a rumour is Raining curreucy through slanderous tongues that my stallion All Silk is not the Y.-ittcndou^Parachute horse of that name. Last year a horse named All Silk was sold in Sydney for Queensland, -and the oppor tunity was seized upon n tost eagerly by those whom it Kuited to cost a doubt upon the pedigree of my horse, to make out that the horse sold for Queensland -was the real All Silk: and I would 'then'' have taken the matter up, but that, within a week, the same paper that gave the' -notice of sale (the ftaily TeUgraphJ gave an explanation that the borsn bought for Queensland ' was sold with out a pedigree, and was not identical with the Yattendon All Silk that is now located on the South Coast' This explanation I deemed sufficient to set right 'any doubt that may have been created by the first notice, but '1 reckoned without mine' host.' The lie got the proverbial start, and the ever vigilent slander...