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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888

: ?? 'William,' saldr'one ^Quaker 'to another, 'thee knows Inever^call anybody names ; bat William, if the Lord Mayor were to come to me and Bay — * Joshua, I went thee to find me |he biggest liar in all London, I would come tp thee, sod put my hand on thy sh'oalder, sad say, to thee, ' William, the Lord Mayor wants to see thee.'' . j Cart Collars from Us at J. V.. LAMoyrs' -

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Quong Tart. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 7 November 1888

Quong Tart   Illuminated address is to be presented to Quong Tart before leaving for China.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

[?] [?] Oh I Jie is most completely gone my d^Lottie.' V ' Lottie tit her lip. 'Ijhe nicest and handsomest fel 3J6 P'0^ UP »-y a-a 8hvey. What a beaatiy shame it is. What » fool he must Be. What's her name V Margaret Hale,' said Austin i Ambrose instantly. 'You under stand, Lottie, that I am telling you what I would fell to no one else.' pbjB nodded. ' And it's about this you came to see me ¥ she said. ' Yob,' he said ; ' I want you to help me save Blair from this folly Of course, it would ruin him He would never be able to hold up his head again.' ' He'd get tired of her in a week. I know him so well/ she said, in a low voice. 'Exactly. In less than a week perhaps, and then ? ' he shrugged his shoulders. ' And she would be the VISC0un_ tess Leyton,and,of course, Countess , Ferrers when the oW man died ?', for Lottie knew her Peerage pretty \ well. r J 'Yes, we must prevent that,' he - said, looking at her. She made an impatient gesture. ' I don't care about the title, and , all tha...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

MM directly am tfcckSLSSP1'!'!*11- X &£SSaffi£3g§iuS&3; To Stand This gwonat Wattle Farm, THE FASHIONABLE THOROUGHBRED 8TALLI0N, JQS all silk, ?nJ! T£» '-,™e/-»lonies, -he mi the dam of MlmH^?? tS/-). Eriothonens, Jessie, Uml.w , Letlar^ *{H-fTne,nt.Jre8Hr-linP '--™i« un necessary, ft ^Ji ^ dearf. gj^, fro ,„ , ESS?*1'' *'* ALL 81L^ n'«£rior£ ™RMSj-« I* ! allowance for two or more ' jnjn^ Good paddock,, e^ care, but Do farther T January*]^ U '^ f°r -U'1 removed by the ^d ' PHILLIP J. COMAN. f ~pr/ ? r To^tand this Season at Mornya, ,-Tne undcnncntioucd Stallions viz. ? THE POWERFUL DHADGHT STALLION Tasman's Pride. - Also the Draught Stallion, THE SQUIRE, L And the Thoroughbred Coaching Stallion A WYNBHAM Tasman's Pride aud The Squire will travel every t Squire will travel once a week to Mogo. tebms-tasmaws pbide £o ., -wyndham ... .;; ;;; %\ Good and seenre paddocks for m«n. v_.,_ ^ care taken, bnt uo f urtheTr^o^bUi™' ^ _ M. KEATING, £J Moraya, October 1, 1888. ^Pri...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

At a I,.,:,.. . . ; Birniiiighiur ??'? adopted a . . ' claim for U. ' ' . IN:! ? ?? :/;7 mt -. ?; iV'.-* . ; MISS A . : . ? support !.«;„?. ...,. . aT'n to infoii' tlit ilii*»tpji. hurd tin:..- si ixtS. \-*i, I5oni;.;i S!,.,ro.-' ,Ml L.-.-1iet' Stn.w Hats f.n Iia-nd. 3Ioruya Jockey Club. A MMi'l'INi: of the Cotr.mitttc of the oliovc i\- Cut v.i.! \x h.,!J it Tuttcnalta on THUKS 1.'. iUI.i'.'CK i s. HARKIJS, DR. A. A. JOHNSTON, (Starycou Parkes District Hospital) DKSIKK.S tuin'-mat^ ili.it lie »ill eomnuaee tlw pr.icti.-e u: l,i- nufwsion ic Moru\:i within tht- ii.ai-sc of a ('-?; ig:;t. THE MORl'YA CENTENNIAL AMATEUR MINSTRELS Will give their SECOND ENTERTAINMENT ON FRIDAY NIGHT, the 23rd November, 1888, IN THE CENTENNIAL HALL. l'roctwdd tc go to the Moruya Jockey Club. Programme in future issue. T. 0. BROWN, Hun. Soc. 'anImertainment In coimfrtioc with the UNITED BAND OF HOPE, Will be held in the CENTENNIAL HALL Thursday Evening, Novomber 15th. j'o consibi tiiSnucs, J^ui'tts, Kcuit...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. November. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

\vi:sli:yax mkthoiu.st churcu. ' . KoVEMIlEH. . i . ? ?' Tlmr. IS.— iunra7.no. I :«v. F. W. Roberta. fcjiiu- IS. -.M.iruya 11 Mr. J. KliimoU 7. ;-fl. Mr. A. lin:dnuL:»;'Tilba'niua (Mr. Moon's wu.Ul n«v. I'. \V, Kiiliuru nod Cnrnnnu ut 2.30. AW. l!i — Butwiuuiis liay 7.30. Rev. *'. W. Uolwn.-. 8i:n. °r,— Munivii)] an,l 7.30. Rev. p. W. Huberts mid Xomniiii iit J. 1'. \Y. A. ROBERTS. fhc Mof uud Slimed *3?& SflETH {WAST- Jti-EOAk. /?'mV, /Varies*, Free, Moruya, Wednesday, November 14, lSSf*.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Popular Essays. FINE MANNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

Popnlar Essays. FINE MANNERS. No one who has any appreciation of grara mid ocauty in nature or in art can fiii! u- recognize the charm of line manners in an individual. We rejoice in them ns we do in a lovely sunset view, or n Imiutifu) pioco nf architecture, or a fascinating poem, for tln:ir own sake and for wiial they express ; but even beyond this they have another nt ti-actio-.i in the mugii-jtic power they i-xort tipon all beholders in setting them at c-,iw, in sweeping av.ny shyness, awkwardness, ;imf restraint, and in stimulating them to the c\. pression of whatevor is liisst wnrtli I'heiishing within thum. It is undoubtedly true that the pi-psetici- of iint manners, whether it lw in the home or the social circle, in the work shop 01 the counting-room, in the visit, of charity or tlie Imlls of legislatifiii, has u:i immediate eil'tct of reproducing itself, in ilif fusing Jmnpiness, in d^vuluping the faculties, and in eliciting tin- best that is in every body. Many persons l'e...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

The almost phenomenal prosperity which Victoria enjoys shows no bign of waning, for we learn from recent metropolitan files that the revenue for last month ,vas £829, 51)2, as against £570,247 ? for the. mhuu period last yoar^ or. in round iiuuihers an iucivasc of £259;300. It seems lilcely tliat the total ' revenue for the present vear will greatly exceed the Treasurer's csti m 'to, and that at the end of the financial year a larger surplus than ;my liitherto known will be at the uisjjosal of the Treasnrer. There's a nit for itinerant free-trade lec turers to erack ! We lear a sledge hammer will be required -for the |Hir|-ose. But some poople (free trailers 'we should, imaginfe) aver that large surpluses' are Tan' un healthy sign, and do not denote jirospeiity. .A.t the same time Treasurer Burns, in ' making his hulgot speech the other day pro cJainjerl with great gusto the fact that there would prohably be a sur plus of a few thousand pounds ; however,- :our want of -prosperity at...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Josh Billings' Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

Josh Billings' Philosophy. What 12 iristJukt Sid reason but con shience. A bizy man alluus haz more lezzure than au idle one ; the labor ov the lazy is ever lasting. Don't argy with a krank ; yu kant con vince him if yu do ; and in the meantime yu are making yureself az big a phool az he iz. A genuine apology (if there 12 such a thing) iz compozed ov pride and difference, nine ports pride and one part difference. Infidelity, true to its instinkts, works for the devil, and looks to the Lord for its daily bread. Nature izekonomika! ; with all her afflu ence she wastes nothing. A pedeut iz an individual whose fu branes aro allwuss on 'iress pui-ade. . The greatest komplimeut tlint k«n be paid to religion is that most ov the hipociits kau be found in the churches. I am sumtimes at a loss to decide whether fashion waz made for woman, or woman for fashion. The man who delights in sarcasm is gene rally a coward, and would be cruel if he dared to bo. Patience may be one ov (he virtews, rmt ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST NEWS. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

LATEST NEWS. » ? BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. Mr H. Clarke, Produce Merchant, Vic toria Wharf, Sydaey, repots - Butter, 6d to lOd Bacon 5d to 7-i Cheese Vd to 9d Lard 3d to 4d Hides 3d to 3W Bark, £6 to 2e Maize, 3s 0-l Eggs, lOd to lid per dozon.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Wrongly Supposed to be Dead. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

Wrongly Supposed to be Dead. An elderly gentleman residing in the Rue IWki'i.houjirt, Paris, who whs supposed U- be dead, has suddenly conn- to life. He has a ii'phew in Paris, who being duly informed ot his demise repaired at once to the house wiih his wife to keep watch over the mortal reimunb of his uncle until they sliouic! be borne to their last resting place. The even ing after their arrival at the house of mourn ing, as the lady was tired, lier husband sent her lo the drawing room to take some repose on a sofa ; and a servant having placed some wine and broth on a Jtable, he threw him self into hu arm-chair in the bedroom and soon went soundly to sleep. (Jii awaking at 4 in the morning he found that the broth had disappeared and that the bottle of wine was half-empty. Becoming alarmed he went to hia wife in the drawiiig-ro.nn, roused her, and told her what had happened. She re turned to the bed ; ooiii with him, but the pnir hud hardly reached the door when they hi»ird a nois...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

Sydney, 'Tvesdat. The Cabinet have decided that Mr. William Clarke fUould introduce payment of mc.iilwrs as iiriv:il« bill. Three uieml-cis of iJiu Minis try arc in favor and five ngainst measure. Tradition has been sold to Mr Heywood for three thousand guineas. The throats of 25,000 old sheep have been cut at Mahonja Station A'huvy to preserve herbage for more valuable stock. John Connors who attempted to hang himself yesterday died last night. At the Homebush sales 1040 cattle yarded good quality sold fairly well. Sheep market lightly supplied but prices were easier.

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A Blood thirsty Duel. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

A Blood-thirsty Duel. A ilutl of a bloodthirsty character lias just lakf-n islace in Gergal, a small town jn the province of liuelva. Two young men, who were engaged to two sistoi-a, quarrelled (the Madrid correspondent of the Daily Chronicle telegraphs) and agreed to settle their dispute by n uuel, in which both should be wounded auu uiiivbx least suoum oe tailed, nie con ditions agreed upon were that the right foot of the one should be tied to the left foot of the other, and then, each being armed with. a ditgger, they were to stab one another by turns until one sliould die. These barbarous conditions were carried out to the letter with the must cool-blooded ferocity, and in the pretence of seconds. 'Saeh of the combatants received soven wounds before one of them ex pired, while still tied to his antagonist. The other was also removed in a dying state.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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BY CABLE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

BY CABLE. LONDON, Friday. The ' Times ' publishes an article suggest ing that Sir Henry Arthur Blake should be sent to a Crown Colony, while an acknowledged leader in public affairs or at Governor of leading colony should be appointed to Queensland. John Bright is in a critical state of health. The niece of the Empress Dowager of China Jms been selected as Consort for the Chinese Emperor. M. De Freycinct declares Hist until genera! situation in Europe is changed it is impossible to keep war estimate below £22,000,000. Prince-0enJy, of Germany, brother to Emperor Williaoir^nU be appointed to command German squadron to be sent to Zanzibar. Princess Alexander, eldest daughter of the King of Greece has been betrothed to Grand Duke Paul of Russia. Republicans nave a majority of 4 in the United States Senate. Canada lias invited Australian colonies to a con ference to take into consideration the best means of promoting trade relations and to ducuss the ques tion of the proposed Pacific Ca...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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HUMOROUS RETORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

HUMOROUS RETORTS. A retort may be civil or unciWI, courteous or uncouxteous, witty or severe. The simple meaning of the word is thus given by a well knows compiler : — 'To return an argument, accusation censure, or incivility ; to inuke a severe reply.' A few examples may not be f We must not always infer, because a man takes to the army as a profession, or for pas time, or even under any other circumstances adopts ft military uniform, that a piucky and courageous disposition lias prompted him to the act, or we might never have heard of the following :—' Many days to your Honor, ^.nd may God bless you, for you once saved my life, 'said a tattered mendicant to a cap tain under whom he had served. ' Indeed,', replied the gallant-looking officer, with a smile ; 'I have no particular recollection of the heroic ' circumstance. Maybe you mis take me for a doctor 1' ' No, ' answered the ?beggar ; ' 1 served under you at the famous battle of Corunna, in 1808 ; and when I «aw you run away, I...

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Moruya Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

Maruya Post Office. 'Mull; i fur ^y.iney, Bnudirood, aud Aralncn dose ?daily, Knrinys ojijeptcd, at 10 p in. fnt Sent. Coliaiyu, Bna»lla, uml Uerg,ilin, close ?, aiomlnjs uu-pi^ ,, it «,:U) p.m. *« fettcmui'i Bay u,d Mop., cloac ou Siind&ya »t Ifl [i. ml, and on Wedncsuiaya Mid Friday, at l..'iO]t.m. Mail. from Ry.l,..y,-4jrViTww,il, ° a^E ijLntl%cn £* rcciitwI dully. Moneys i*™,tml:.asl.ii inT '? rroiii Hep. Col*n:o,-- JSod.au, JiA1 Berjpilia, liaN-nwn's Hay mi.UAiujjO on MJEi-iny-' ai 7. SO p.m..; Tliurwluy. at 12 1,0,10, and oh Saturday. 4S jiuun' a. tin- arrival of steamer from Svttnuy'. A ?byt(n«y tag is nlso received by this mail.' hium \\ eilnujduyu and Saturdays at 12 i:oon. ni'FlCE HOIIUS. Oie 1'ott Offiw is open regularly from 9 n. in. until '6 ji. 111. on week davB, and on Sunday* from 9 ».m. to 10 ti.lu. Hoiks Ordur and Savins* Bank Ollia: open from 9 11.111. to 0 p.m. daily (Sunday* uxivptvd). lelegmfih On',™ open, from !) u.in. to 8 p.m. daily ftiodliy. execute...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

COMMERCIAL BANKING GO of Sydney. MORUYA BRANCH. '«»P«« .» ? £800,0K iRessrved Funds ... ... .... .... '£680;00t iRessrvs for Equalisation -of toiviutads £U6,00( * . DVANCES madWUUs discounted, deporits'r, ?**? edted, cheques eolleoted, draft* issued on a] ?th. principal towns in the Australian colonies, ala L ' ? ? in Great Britain, and all 'usual Banking buslnes . ii :. Hran*s««a at current' raW -?% E. A. BlKnuPIEH). ^ Hanover. COACHBUILDING /AND «WEELWRICHTIM€ ESTABMSKMENT, Church St,, Mgkcya. A. MILLIKIN, BROS to Inform tlie puMIe generally thnt he Is carrying on£he above work in-all-its various branches, 'Stock o? (he heat American tffnbor for bqggy manufacture. 8Dmi'l,i«*wrt«1 'Haggles from ... £35 upwards. ?'SUigU do. do. ... £30 do. All othor arehirlee at equally low prices. BtaggtasnS'Goac'bes Repaired anil He -painted on the shortest notice. fHOBSESHOKING POKE ONTWE iBRKHISBS. Bricks t Bricks! 'rpHETJNTJERSJGKKP j, prepared to supply JL GOODWIElX-BOftSKUBRICKS, in any ?quan...

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PRESBYTERIAN. November. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

i-RESBTT'.rUAN. XllUV'MUKR. 18th-- M 'ruya 11, Butumau'i) Bay 4 p.m. IWIi-.NuUigen 7.30. 25th -Moruyu 1 1 , Coila 3. lVavcr »,i'.;tinii at 11 r. Mereiu-'o 7.30. 2Sth— NeiTigunilhh 7.30. aotU-Wa^uiipi (Mr. C!ow«) T.30. 30th-TUba lilba 7.30. DECEMBER. 2nd— Tkrmagii- II usui',30. .1. H, ARCnrHALD.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

?- tJHURCH 3ERVI0ES. ? ' D1V1MB PERVJCliS »iU l«i lidia:(DV) as fnllow*': ? -CHURCH OFJENGLiND. XOYKJiBEft. V ?Wed. 14-C.E.T. Moetins 730 Jridiiy J9_Cl.oir 1'raoti^J.Bi). Son. JS-Moruya 11 (Holy Communion) am! '..'lO, Townkin 3. Fri. 23— Uioir I'lactico 7.80. Pun. 25— NslligMi 10.4J, Mogo 3.45, Moruya 7.30. Wed. 28-O:E!T:MoBtmg 7.S0. l'ri. 30— Choir Practice 7.:;0. DSi'liMBKK. Sun. 2— Mornya 1 1 (Holy Communion) and 7.30. Coilu 3. K. J. SWiKCEH. Incumbent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 14 November 1888

. Certainly the best medicine known is SAKTEr: and Sons' EtrcAtrrai Extract. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, .colds, influenza ; ths relief is instantaneous. In aerious cases, and acci dents of all kinds, be they woanfls, blirtui, soalS ings, bruUea, Bprains, itlB the safest 'remedy— nc' swelluig — no innaQunatdoD.- — ldk6BurpriBing effocta produced in croap,diptbeiia.,bronohiti6, inflamm.- ._- tion of the iungr'syeUingBj &£} .diairljcea, dyseij try, diseaies of tbe kidneys' ana1 'Hnfiary orcanE. InnBeatbbspitalBWiain^JioalicmiiialaUov^the', . ' globe; patrpniwd .by Sia ATajesty the King of Italy ! f''fi**«Jft WS^ TO diploma at Inter; n»bon»l EUimieoB?iAmBterdwn. Tnist.in this * »pprbv«d article, fmlj$fgt*llf--i3-Bm. : _ . , Cart Collars from 14a atT. E. Lamosts? '*'

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