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Moruya Rowing Club [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 November 1889
Moraya Rowing dab The ndjournnl nnnual aim-ting of the fthovn club wns held at thp MivJmWf'ii Jn«ti tuto on Iwt WrdneidRy rvpninp, llic 13th iimlaiit, when a fair nuin-wrof nimnljerH wen- present. Mr. CheMer «tw voti-d to thn chair. The Trwmurt-r'a -tntru«-iit and b.il ancc sheet were adopted. Tin- following office-licftrers were elected for the ensuing year : — Patrons, Messrs. H. Clarke. and J.P. Garvan. Mb'.P. ; President, Mr. C. M. Mort ; Vice-Prosidents, Meura. T. N. Gricrson, 'G Maonsel), R. H. Harvison, W. F. Coman anfl *C. -i. Byrne. CemmiHee, MeiwrR. Chester, Cans, Co*on, Mflltkin, Lynch, Scaunton, Rose, Thomson and Ziegli'r. Captain, T. O. Brown ; Vice-Captain, J. Ziegler ; Hon. Trmsuoir, G. W. Ayton ; Hon. Secretaries JltesRrs. T. G. Brown and M. Skchan ; Auditors, Mofcira. iliJJikiu and Skelian.
Roman Catholic. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 November 1889
Roman Catholic. Tli.- very lt.-vrr.md l-r. Hini;in«. of Sv.Iix-y, n-i.irn.il fnuii Milton during tlie wii*. »iid a.liniiiii-lripi| lli.- rite of oimNnnutimi to ovit 10ii cundiiL-itcK at thp (Tlmn-li nf Uj.- Sm-n-J Hi-nit mi Sunday U--1. lli? l,ord.-lii|i pn-a.-lifd viikimnl Ji-ii-o«r!M«i Itoih ninniing nnd i-vrniiif; t» large conKnvatimif. Tlir liichui, visiu r..hiirpi ,.1, id.- 22nd. fl.-pi 24fli, (.uIoiiiIm. 27th. and (.'nudi-lo l!ftl, m-'ium.
Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 November 1889
Police Court. A ??'??.in prnnl was pn ? «--.! :.i ih,. Moniva r.ihVc- fimri .hi .M..H.I,,} lu.i.imi .-, 'tlrunk' -V.-H I' wlii ? nil hi-' iii:iii.r.in. ta!.- uf wp. I'lii- -i:ii.. ..f il,iiip- ,[„-- n..i Mi|-|i..n il ? ].- |»)illlllll-lll ..; --xim ./ii.liiv- ,,| (I,,- i',.:il.r..
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 November 1889
Weekly Calendar. Days of the Week I Day* of 1 .Sun 1 Sum I Moon ? | Month. | Biata. | Sute. [ Rises . ! I 1 I *.M. TnuKsDAY ? | Nov. 21 | 4 47 I G 45 | 3 46 Vkiiiav ? ( „ 22 | 4 47 | 6 45 | 4 23 Sato Kl) AY ? | „ 23 | 4 47 I 0 4fl | 5 S Sunday ? | „ 24 | 4 46 | 6 47 I 6 S3 lioKDAT ? | „ 2.ri | 4 40 | 0 48 1 fl-40 TcawuAV ? | „ 26) 4 48 I 6 49 | 7 48 WsusitSDAY. ? j „ 27 I 4 46 | 6 SO | 8 02 lihe Horutia 9@med fair, Feurltsa, /Vee. Mohuya, Wednesday, November 20, 1889.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 November 1889
Office 15oy (to Arizona editor) : Dere is a big bloke out in dc udder room wid a gun in his punts what says he wants interview yer. — Editor (taking dowu his Winchester and throwing the levrr) : Ah, I havnV. Iriiw -. nin.ii for seven weeks come Sol him in, please— Boy : Oh, he light ; he s just got a book to (with a sigh) ; That's jest my Here I'm dying for a little ex the man don't want to tight, say he had a bonk to sell 1 Be big red book. — Editor (fierce still hope if he is a book nj rifle.) Show the whelp in, am ceed to mangle him: YOUNG DRAUGHT Accustomed to Sawmill V TIMBER WAGGON, &c On Thursday, 28th November; RIXON & MACLEOD will boU by Publio AW tiou, OK TDK OCCASION &T THE CLEARANCE SALE OF DAIRY CATTL^ . At Mr. Henry Sclmback'a Farm, tsr TARRAGANDA, NEAR BEGA, — ON — THURSDAY,1 28th NOVEMBER/ H HEAD GOOD YOUNG DRAUGlff HORSES (accustomed to Sow Mill Wo*,) flMBER WAGGON, etc; fc. MriSchubackhusbld theSawMHl Plant; BB& n leaving Bega on tli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 November 1889
I UK COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. of Sydney. , ? ? MORUYA BHANTH. ?Capital '. ? .. iMN.i.iiii-i. ?Reserved Funds .. . . Ci'.innnn. Reserve for Eijuulimtitin of l-ivuli-:i,t- t'l.vi.(K«. ADVANCES mnd«. LiP. .li».!n..iit.il.il.-|K..it i. ecivcil, tlici|«r-s iii', It -.1--1. -ir.-iu i«.n,-! .,„ .,n the principal Uiwun in the Aii-trilun ,..'.. ni. .. ;,;,.. in -lrcat liiili.il., ami ali uaual l»aiil.iin; I.umii,.^ transacted at current ret**. UK MACKENZIE, .Mal.:iy,T 1 . ? (OACI1BUIIJDING AND WHEELWRICHTINC ESTABLISHMENT, €hui?€1I St., Mohl-ya. A. MILLIKIN, BE' ;fc to inform the pntilic ni-iifrnlly that ho ib cm-ying on the above work in Jl its various -branchcN. Stonk of the bebt American timbur for lraggj ' uuimifnctiire. I-ouWaS-..l«.I l;uB»ii- - ???-in . £35 upwards. ?Single ??'. -io. . 00 -lo. All .-:u.!i- vol.ii.-iii- i.t vi|iially ;???*? (iri^.-s. ftuggta and Coach*, I.Vimiiv,! unl Ri-puinted on HORSESHOEING DONE ON THE PREMISES. MISSES JONES, l'RACTICAL DRK8SMAKURS AND MILLINERS, QUEE...
Moruya Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 November 1889
Moruya Post Office. llails f.ir^wliKi. Kr.iiilwntnl. :in-l Aralupn ulnsc ?daily, Kri.luj-; cxm j.i.-.I, ;it 10 ,,.,„. For lVirn. (.%»)«,-?(,„, ll,,,un.,, u,,.| It^uiin, C|OBU ?dwly. JMUii,luy» ,x.q,U.,l, ,lt S..W ,,.,„. Furlintcnian'ii IW unil Muin, .l,,s,- on KwhIuvh 'ntlOii.nl. urnl ....VWi..-8-U,y« kihI l'ri.l«yi! M. 1.30 p.m. . Kor Kioru cW- \\ i.,liiUB,l,,v« nnrf SiUmto ut -jr-30 p.m. J Muils from .Sy.ln.-y, ltr,ii,l»-ii,,,], «».I Amln.-n ,.ri ?ruf,iM.-.| .Inily. M,,m,.,vs cv-.-j,!...!, ,lt !l |i.im. From 11,-b, CImi-o, Ikxlnlln. ui,,1 Hc-j-uliii. ?ilaily, -Ki-iiiAVii i-kcuntuil, -it 10 ii.ni. H.-ili-nmii'» lliiy an.) Miipi ni, Moii.layi. «t 7..10 tp.m. : Tliurmiays ut 12 uuon, iiml un S.i'iiml;,vn -U ?liulii* nftc-r arrival .if atuiiiiitr from Kyilin-v - ??Syilnuy bau' in nlso im-ired liy tills muil. ?Kiom %\ «iliiuflduy« mid Sutunluyn at 12 noon. office Horns. The l'oSt OHico in open regularly from 8a.ni. until ?6 p.m. -m week .lays, .iii.l .iu .s,,u,l«y» from 9 a ,„ ?tolO«.m...
Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 November 1889
Progress Committee. On Monday afternoon the usu;il monthly meeting of the above committee was huld, the following members being present : — Messrs. T. T. Gannon, J.P., (president), W. H. Simpson, J.P. W. Mclntosh (Seuior), J. Jenner, C. Crapp (Jr.), and W. Boot. Letters from the Works Department with reference to repairing Page street, and mak ing and repairing the Burra Road were read, but contained nothing of a definite character. The secretary was instructed to write again re Page street, urging our members to personally bring the matter under the notice of the niiuiBter. — It was resolved to apply for a vote of about £50 to form the road from Vulcan-street to the Government wharf, a distauce of about 100 yards. Tbie piece of toad carries a grcnt amount of traffic, and is sadly out of repair. The matter of a tri weekly moil from Bloruya to Milton was discussed, and it was decided to ask tlie members for the district to use their in fluence to have the same established. The benefi...
Brave. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 November 1889
Bravo. The winner of the ilrst prize, .£22,000 hy drawing Bravo in the big sweep on the Meibounio Cup, hud to borrow X10 to take him to Sydney, he having first produced the winning ticket. Ho got a cheque and re turned to Teralba, Lake Mjtcquarm, on Thursday evening. The publicans had kept open nouses loriuin during hus absence and much sprecing occurred in the village. When the train arrived the hero of the sweep was carried shoulder high to the nearest hotel, and a heavy wet ensued. A lively time was experienced there to-day, free entertainment to all'coinere. The hero, John Eaggen, has jbeen woikiin; for years as a labourer on Amos' contracts for deepening the entrance to Lake Macquarie.
Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XXVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 November 1889
Wi]d ^largiiret. CilAPTHH XXVII. ' Hi-;'. Triiiy- to our iliscussion. 3. .ml J-Y-rrurs,' In: said siyiiitic;nitly, ' :ir-; you stiil of o|.iniou Uiat we Italians lisive t;ikc;ii liut a luw jilucc in the scale of nations ?' Ulair stiirted and looked up jit him in .surprise, thon, undcrbtuudiiig t!iat tlio prince was going to make protcncouf a (iimi-rul, he lopliod — ' I cannot alter my opinion, even fur so distinguished an Italian as rriiifu Rivani.' 'Thot moans that, as an Enujli.sh niiui, y-m regard us witli contempt, iny lord ?' lie did not raise his voice, but In/ spoke with ti peculiar distinctness wliich uttrai.'tud attention, and all those near them stopped talking, and listened. i-l;»ir shrugged his shoulders. 'Your highness is lit liherty to place any construction upon my words you please,' lie said. ' Thanks, my lord. Even if I as sunu'. that you charge us with cowardice V ' Choose your own signification, 1 piiiii'c,' said Blair, beginning to ' grow warm, though it was only...
A Large Snake. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 November 1889
A Large Snake At the Tmitu Offica may be seen tfro nzuvinof a large blick snake, measuring 10 feet 4 inches, which was picked up on Thursday last hy one of our residents whilst in company -with our reporter on the banks of the Congo creek. We think we are with in the bounds of truth whrn wb say that the leugth of the snake which cast this skin is the greatest on record of the same species.
Pedigree Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 November 1889
Pedigree Stock. A splendid three year old Durham bull, purchased by the tiodaila Company in Vic toria, was brought from Tarago by train and from thence he is Ijeing travelled by road to Bodalla. He is mw in Mr. J. T. Murphy's paddock, close to the town, and is iu care of uir. riauvib iiunuun, wnu iakcs mm on lo Bultavue to day, when he will hnvc/i month's spell to rest his foet, which ar« very much swollen from his long journey in tbo train. It will be a treat for any one to have a look ut him us ho passes through the (own today. The animal was bred by Mr. McCulloch. — Dispatch.
Dr. Gunn. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 November 1889
Dr. Gann. We regret that this practitioner has made arrangements to leave our district at'an «twlv date. Tlie Doctor by his professional courtesy nnd ability .has earned the conti denceof thn community, but we apprehend he thought the scope too small for four mmlicil men, hence his departure for a nioro exten ded field for his practice. Dr. Gunu has sold his practice to Dr. Cory.