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Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 28 November 1888

Wild Margaret — ? v ? CHAPTER XL How could she paint 'when her heart was throbbing, her hand trem bling with this new joy which in Us Acuieneaa was almost aa Agony ? Once there flashed upon her the thought that she ought to tell her grandmother, but the same instant she felt that it would be impossible. It would be tike .sacrilege to utter a word of thi-s new mystery which jshe had discovered. Besides, slie had not yet given him his answer. It wou'd be time enough to tell Airs. Hale after then. In the «yening she -wandered slowly to the gkde, and -rested on , the spot where she had.&at the day 'before ; and there Bfce re-enacted the whole sceoe bo vividly that she could almost believe that he was Teally present, kneeling at her «de, and holding her hand. .Supposing she said ' Yes,' suppos ing she confessed that she loved him what would happen ? What would the great ear] say, the world at large ? He was a viscount, the heir to the Leyton title and the Leyton wealth while she ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Pacha and the Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 28 November 1888

The Pacha and the Cricketers. During the time that our fleet lay in Tur kish ivaters some of the young officers decided to vary the monotony of the time by a ma'xh a't cricket. Sides were chosen, the ground prepared, and wickets ^pitched. A high dignitary of the Turkish Court was in vited to witness the national game of Eng lish visitors. Reclining on cushions in his --?»» i mge, w mi bervanig to fan mm, to nana his pipe and to fetch him cooling drinks, he watched the young Englishmen in flannels exerting themselves beneath the broiling sun. At length, after one of the field had run nearly to his carriage and returned the ball to the wicketrkeeper, the Pacha said to an English friend who stood beside him : — ' Why did that man run so fast to get that ball 1 Is he .paid for doing it V The Englishman endeavoured to explain the game, and spoke of the spirit of emula tion envoked and the inequalities developed by the national pastime. Apparently the. Pacha understood, but after pause, h...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 28 November 1888

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INTERCOLONIAL FREE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 28 November 1888

INTERCOLONIAL FREE TRADE. iliAbX week the Australasian Chambers of JMauufuvtiires, iu connection with representa tives from suuie of the Chamber* uf Commerce, . liavc been holding uu Intercolonial Free trade . Conference iu .Mcliunrne. The Congress lield ?Uiis week again passed tlie resolution, which was . carried both in Sydney and Adelaide. '? Tlml it is desu-.ilile tlmt free trade junnngst ini'-tinlonu^ of A lisLmlnsin slniulH Itn n«t_nk. li.-thud on lho, basis of a Customs union, with a uniform uiriff. The President iu his innugiiral address on Wednesday, very struiigiy advocated Jrco trade ninuDgst Miti. cuiuuiVs. He, however, was not very sanguine about its immediate accomnlish meut. bideed lie was forced to admit that, 'signs arc Jiot wanting thai a Uirilf war be tween the colonies is imminent. Now, Victoria is at the bottom of this suggestion about free trade amongst the colonies, and. although at first blush tbis ap pears strange, coming from a Protectionist colony, yet to ...

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The Whitechapel Murders. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

She Whitechapel ttnrdera. iAe following letter and post-card, re oolved by the Central News Agency, are jrublishtd by the London ' Daily Telegraph.' They purport to come Irom the snurderer. The. letter, which had the E. C postmark and wu directed in red ink, ran: — 'Sep- tember 3S.— Dear Boss — I keep ou hearing thsipolice 'have caught me, but they won't .fix me just yet. I have laughed when they look so clever and talk about being ou the BIOBT *caok. That joke about Leather Aprok -gave me real fits. I am down on harlots, and I (han't quit ripping them till I do get baulked. Grand work, the last job was. t gave the lady no time to squeal. Bow can. they catch me now ? I love my work, *nd want to start again. You will won bear of me with my fanny Jittle games. I Kaved some of the proper .red stuff in * ghigwbwr -bottle .over the last job, to write ?with, bat it went thick like glup, and I can't use it Bed ink is fit enough, I hope. Ha ! iia 1 The next job I do I shaUolip the lady's ?e...

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A Day's Dawdle. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

A Bay's Dawdle. (By Qdid Pbo Qdo.) The person who can spend a spare day wandering about a town and its environs without seeing or hearing anything to interest or amuse, has a wretched old age before him. A well kuown 'Free Trader' who daily visits Moruya took the notion u few months post of giving up for lost his former occupation and become a mining adventurer. The Syndicate fever being on the brain, he procured a passage in the coach from Moruya to Braidwood via Araluen (well clad in cap and overcoat,) arriving at Araluen at the hour when i well cooked and hearty dinner could be partaken, and wh. ? was as required, duly done justice to at h Peaces. This meal, together with the ir man being snpplied with the neeefk stimulants, the further journey to Braidw- was encountered, where a few more refre .- ing cordials were partaken of, when the r- ? . to Tarago was to be gone over. At v..l~ place the fatigued and shaken Freetrader :ook a seat on the iron horse for Goulbum on a ' wild Bul...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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An Extraordinary French Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

An Extraordinary French Tragedy. Some weeks ago, about 9 o'clock in the evening, a culiimm passing down the Avenue de Villiers (says a Paris correspondent) was hailed by a young man accompanied by a well-dressed lndy wearing a thick veil. The couple, after taking a tour in the fiois de Boulogue, wero driven bock to the spot whence they had started. There the lady alighted. Her companion then told tho cabman to go on to the Bue de I'Qurcq but when he arrived there he found that his fare was dead. The medical examination showed that tbe young man had taknu a strong dose of laudanum, and after a brief interval he was buried. The affair had been almost for gotten, when a friend of the dead man called on ft police magistrate and informed him that he had just returned from a month's sojourn in tho country, and had found at hiii town residence a letter written by the de ceased only a few hours before he committed suicide. In the missive he related that he was to have that very evening a re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

Certainly the bert medinne known ia Sabdeb and Sons' Edoalttti Extbact. Test its eminently powerful effects in concha, colds, influenza ; the relief is inttantaneoaa. Inaerlonaouei, and acci dents of all kindi, be they wounda, bums, eoald ings, braises, sprains, it it the saiert remedy— no ?welling— no Inflammation. Like aorprising effect* prodnoed in croup, diptherU, bronchitis, innamma ion of tbe lungn, swelling*, fte. ; diarrhea*, dysen try. diMMMOf the, kidneys »nd nrinair orgwu. In use at hospitals aadjneoic&l olinioa all over the globe; patoSKa by* Hit Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medal ana diploma at Inter national Exhibition, AmaterduD. Trust in this pproved article, and reject all others. Cart Collars fro..i 14s atj. R. Lamonw'

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A Model Australian Cricket Team. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

A Model Australian Cricket Team. The Hon. Ivo Bligh ia a onerous oppo nent, if one may judge of hi» sentiments towards Australian criuketer.s by the follow ing letter, which appeai'ed in the 'Sports- man ' this week : — ' The various newsjiaper articles which I have lately seen containine notk-es of the doings of this years Australian Eleven seem 1 1 me, without exception, to omit one strik ing feature of contemporary English and Australian cricket. Our departing guests, after a moderate amount of congratulation, ai-e in most eases gently, but firmly, told that their presence will not he again required for at least four years ; and the evident, if not overwhelming, superiority of English to Australian cricket is urged as a conclusive reason for this parting advicp, I should be glad if you would spare me spao« for a few words endeavouring to show that such a summary dismissal of our opponents' claims to equality is at the present time hirdly just, and, in fact, so contrary do I belie...

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PRESBYTERIAN. December. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

MIESBYT«CRIAN. DlCCMBK*. Hh-M oruya U, CsUa 3. Prty«r Meeting at Joaeph Andeium, ien,, 7.S0. 17— JUrtigondah 7.30. Mth-XUSal-UbaT.BQ. Mtb-Bcniagui 7.3a SSnl-WWelLa 11, CoLarg* 3, Digum's Creek U^^y^J. Batatnan'i Bay*, NeUigea 7.3a

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Police Court, Moruya. TUESDAY, 4th DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

Police Court, Moruya. TUESDAY, 4th DECEMBER. Before Messrs. T. T. Gaanon and E. Anderson, J's.P. H. W. Barton v. D. J. Canny — Insulting language. Mr. Brown for complainant, Mr. Pollock fur defendant : H. VV. Barton deposed : Bemember 24th November. I was conducting a sale at Dr. Canny's residence. Saw Dr. Canny at the conclusion of the sale. Dr. Canny aaid, has the swindler finished with me yet, the dirty rascal, the wretch, the old devil. See, the old b ? is taking my things away. I shall see the old wretch under the sod in three months, and I will go to his funeral. He warned me not to come near the house, and used a threat. I gave him no reason to use the insulting language, think he was-vther drunk or recovering from the effects of drink. He (Dr. Canny) said, didn't I offer you £5 to give me a week. Was compelled to send for Sergeant Bragg for protection. By Mr. Pollock : Dr. Canny was not at the house while the sale was going on. Never said I would not leave him a Bingle artic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

m^j^mmmm 1 IU -BBS (T DWQU VUMPIMt . :H. R. WASmtB * CO, MMboSn* Ana. To Stand This Season at Wattle Farm, Gobargo, THE FASHIONABLE THOROUGHBRED STALLION, flgg ALL SILK, J?£DIGREE-AU, SILK by Yattendon from Parachute. Pareehnte hy KJbgrtor. (imp.) out of Variolla by WhaleHaAimi .) by Waxy out of Peaelope by Trumbeto/ 1 faxy by P0L8.0S. Whalebone won thejK£B|^hh 1 tarhv and also sired' mm the Derby 'atd »i*l 4 wiifecrScSi't, rod 3 Oaks winners. Trmnpeter y Highflyer, vrho up to the age of S yean won on Che «£ngfish turf £B,3j6, leaving with an unbelten rkmjftl be sired winders to the amount of £171,40] 2s. Pot. 8.0s aired winnera to the amouat of £61,971 17s and w» Mmself the mb af Eclipse, the greatest of Eng lish racers. Parachute w/a dam, provnl she had no superior in the colonies; jjhe was the dam of Tim Whiffler (N.Z.), EricSwmeus, Jessie, Uiubra, Mimid, all big winners. 'Vattmclon and Kingston xre so well known to hare been the two best sires m Australia that comment regarding ...

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January. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

JiKEAEV. 1st— Dams Lake 7.30. J. H. ARCHIBALD.

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BY CABLE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

BY CABLE. LONDON, Monday. Fire at Hecla copper mine was work of an incendiary, while 200 men were at work, 8 of whom were killed. It is reported that Sir Hercules Robinson will leave the Cape in April, and be suc ceeded by Sir Henry Blake. Anarchist procession of 10,000 men took place at Paris yesterday. There was no dis order. ' At banquet to Bou'i&nger he expressed the lielief there must be eventually a supreme xmflictin which France must either conquer or pflrish. He expected that the next elections would sanction tho establishment of new National Republic by majority of 8 millions. Rumors of Stanley's safety are again current.

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Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

Wild Margaret. ? — -^ ? CHAPTER XII. ' Austin ? Who is Austin V she asked. ' What an Idiot I am,' ho ex claimed, with a Jaugh. ' I aiu talk ing as if you knew eve^body I know, and everything I know. You see, it seems as it 1 had known you for years, and that we had been one since we were boy aud girl. She laid her hand timidly on his! hand, and lovingly smoothed the black, clustered hair. ' Austin is Austin Ambrose,' he went on ; ' the best fellow in the world He is the greatest friend I have, Magde, and I want you to like him awfully.' ' I like himalready if he is a friend of yours, — Blair,' she aaid His face flushed as «he let his name fall from her lips for the first time. ' He is * great, a true friend,' he said. 4 1 was lucky enough to be on the spot when he got the cramp, bathing, and I lugged him out, and the foulish fellow can't forget it.' ' How very foolish/ said Mar garet. « You saved his life, Blair ?' ' So he says ; but he makes the most of it Anyway, we hswetjeeu fast...

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WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

WESLKYAN METHODIST CHURCH. Sun. 2- Moray* 31 *od 7.30, Mr. J. Emaott; Bargalia (Mt 8peeu) 3, Mr. A. Hutching*. 8un. 9-Moniya it and 7.30. Rev. F. W. Roberta, and Kiora 2. M»go 3, Mr. A. Hutclumga. Thn. 13-Kiora 7.3», ttev. F. \V. Roberta. Son. Itt-lforuya 11 jud 7.30, Mr. R. E. Bate ; TilW(Mt Moon'*, eeni.r) 11 and Coiinum 2M. Rev. F. \V. BobiTta. Wad. afl-Matamwj'a Bay 7.30. Eev. F, W. RoUrU. ' Sun. 2»— Monya 11 and 7-30., Rev. F. W. Ro berta, and Toinafcu at 3. Toe*. 25-Moruya II, Rev. F. W. Roberta. Sun. 30-Moniya 11 and 7.30, Eev. F. \V. Roberta, muA Moff) 3. F. \V. A. ROBERTS. She Sofuua Ipmc^ ASS- SflCTHE €$A8T $m&8kh. Fail; Fearkm. Ftoe. MoBUYA, WbONESPAY, DECEMBER 5, 188b

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The Australian Eleven. A CHAT WITH THE MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

The Australian Eleven. A CHAT WITH TBB MANAGER. Mr. C. W. Beal, the genial manager, like all the other members of the teini, looks none the worse for the trip. While not at all downhearted that the boys did not win all their mutches, he expiesses his satisfaction that they did much better than many critics predicted. ' You know,' he re marked, ' we were told by tne Australian press that the trip would he a failure. When England was reached we found the pressmen there imbued with the same idea. To dispel the illusion a match was soon arranged with a strong team combined by Mr. Thornton. Our men played all they knew to win, and they did win. Four brilliant rictories fol lowed, and the financial success of the tour was assured. I knew we could do well. But I do not know where we should have been without Turner aad Ferris. They hid a great deal to do with the success of our tour. Turner is the best bowler that ever picked up a ball. Tea, McDonnell has been blamed for not changing his bo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

Cart Harness £3 10s ; Buggy Harness from £3 3s at J. E. Lahonts'. Heads Road— The Trustees, Messrs W. H. Simpson J.P., and P. Mc-Keou have re ceived the sum of £90 for expenditure on this road, and tenders will shortly be called for the work. A Bdmoub. — It is currently reported that the successful tenderer for the Yarragee Boad (the tender was accepted about five weeks ago) will commence the work some time before Xm&s. We do not vouch for the truth of the report, it ia simply ' What we Hear.* Dmmmnss. — Upon reference to our ad vertising columns it will be seen that Miss Trevena hag opened a Millinery and Dress (?ttkiax Establishment in the Temperance Hotel. Miss Trevena hails from the firm of Messrs. Farmer t Co, which is sufficient guarantee that ail orders will be executed in artistic style. A. & P. Society. — By advertisement mem ben am notified that a General Meeting will be held at the hall on Tuesday next, the 11th inrt. io decide whether the Annual Show shal...

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Is Marriage a failure ? [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 5 December 1888

Ia Marriage a Failure 7 The ', Spectator,' writing on the above subject, says : ' It is very easy to ridicule the four or five hundred feet of correspon dence whiah has for four weeks past been ap pearing in the ' Daily Telegraph,' under the heading, ' Is marriage a failure 1' but the present writer has come to a definite con clusion that the mass of the correspondence is clearly genuine. There are profligates here and there among the writers, who wrap up a tolerably clear and distinctly bad mean ing in a miBt of respectable words, and fools many (one woman wanted to make it penal for a married man W) appear wiwwua weaa iug-ring, and one man suggested in all sincerity that a husband who lost his temper should, be imprisoned). They complain sometimes with aggravating silliness, that where one wife announces her panacea against unhappiness in marriage that the husband should always kiss his wife when they meet at breakfast ; and the men groan about the wives' dress-bills, and the wome...

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