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PRESBYTERIAN. December. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 12 December 1888

J'RKSUVr'CKIAN. DWiMBER. 18~Moruya II, Oiiln .1, Prayer Meeting at Joocjjh ..Anderauii, awi., 7.30. ' '17— Kiniuuuihih 7.W. ISth-'rilSi K'ilba 7.30. IDtli-Meriniijiiii 7.30. 2«tli -Culurjjo 7.30. 23nl-llwMlelh 11, Colargo 3, DignaiBi, Creek 30tli-Moiuya 11, Bateman's Iiiiy4, Neliimi 7.30. .31»t— hlola.'.30.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 12 December 1888

CSUSCS SERVICES. CJHUKCH 'OF ENGLAND. Decemhes. fWd-3M~W*B°B8*'3'30' Ch0ir fractice' Mor»-'a Suiiilny S.— TaUlJ.sjaioiy Con.miinion), UiKuaiu'i- --fk3,C.obgrao7.30. b FndwU. -(Jhoir {inictua ;.3tt Sunday 16.— Moruya 7.30. K. J. M'EXCEBi Inevuiixat

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Rather Slippery. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 12 December 1888

?Rather Slippery. It 'had W raining hard, .and tfiepaw WPtit was slippery, so no wonder that the fcig countryman with tlle trass of hay on hU alioulder should reaii.and slide so much as he Jias.ed^long thresh one .of the principal I *Iioroughfllres. The lookers-on said he had -ii ? o''b ™«iwnc9 iicuiLu in sonietRin? stronger than cold .water. However, he bent *is foot tolerably well until he arrived in front of the principal draper's establishment, i then-crash .[-the truss of hay had gone] 'through the plute-j^is* front. The assistants raslied out and -collared the *'''? **° B*™ggle« .hard to get away. Two well-dressed men ,pu-lied forward, and by *heir assistance the man was got into the shop. I 'Fetch a polioeraan!' shooted the I «wner. I -™, nir, aoant -*.; oi couldn't help it,' pleaded the delinquent ' Ferihaps he hag money to pay for the glass/' suggested one erf Uie gentlemen. ' Woa, zut, oi ain't got a penny o' my owb *bout »ie.' J -'.Snwch iiu,' said «be draper. He aaastaot...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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The Land Boom. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 12 December 1888

— — - ^^ The L»nfi Boom. ' A remarkable Jettec,' writes our London ?correspondent on October 56, «f ™m k££ fend aucUceers, appear. Tn the timm £„ * ni^.^^1^ » Victoria, ... JT ?-'?''??'?''e tact, Hiev writn 'H,»* -h-le EuRlish lauded es'ta^J' bl ^ ?chased at an enormous discount on tfcc.r nominal values, Australian lands are ,'w fetching prod.g.ously Mgh prioes. Wc '°* ?of title that a relation of his recently sold an -esta e, s.tuated 26 miJes from Melbourne! Australia, oeiiiDrisin-7 Srto, „* ? .,.'.' ? * ? n 'vw, «i wurbOlL With * nice cottage on it, for £50,080, and that lie hasfluet been offered U England a u^ iuh«Dt«t-te of 1650*., with anally °raml ?old n»M.oD--b.i]t by « -lnitieilt hl^™ personage), a deer p^ waSM ™£ ?lawns lermoei.jBda^ri. park lo-« '*? and a l,alf ni.le fr0B1 „ aUtio 30 ,J ne Won, fer-eiutl, the same price which he obtained for .his 600.,. »d c^tage £ A* tmha. She «„, gentleman inforL usth' Uwu. .pfa, brother,in-law BoldwTnj Bale., ....ft^loni^^ .^^ t^^* tau...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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PASSING THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 12 December 1888

PASSING THOUGHTS. Hf.ilth peri-nnml dwells iu fountains, Not in flasks and casks iind cellar. ♦ ♦ ♦ Young readers of the Morcya Times may easily read, learn, and remember the 'Oraui- mar rhyme,' viz. : — Three little words you often nee Are nrticlis, a, an, and thee ; A uoaa i« the name at anything, Aa a school, garden, hoop orm-ing ; Adjectives xhov the kind of noun, Aagleat, small, pretty, white or brown; Inatead o{ nouns the pronouiu atind, Her face, his hend, your ami, my hand ; Vnrlw tell us soiucting to be ilouc. To laugh, sing, read, jump ur run ; How thinga ore done the adverbs tell, An sluwly, quickly, ill or well ; Conjunctions join the words together, As men and women, wind or weather ; The proposition etanJB before A noun, us in, or through the door ; The interjection shan't surprise, As oh ! how pretty ; all ! how wise. Tlie whole are called nine parts of ?peech, Which reading, writing, speaking teach. * ? ? In the political firmament the financial statement keeps the o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 12 December 1888

In the French Chamber of Deputies one member called another an ass, which the President ruled was very rude, and the offender had to apologise. Searle, Kemp, Beach and Matterson are left is the final four at the Brisbane Aquatic Carnival. The first and second row off for the £500 and £200 prizes. A Maori murdered a man, his wife and child at Auckland by tomakawking. Searle and Matterson were hissed off the Brisbane river, for foul play towards Beach in one of the heats. Cart Collars, from lit at J. R. Lamoktb' I

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Tit Bits. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 12 December 1888

Tit Bits. A man never finds out how very littk he knows until lie tries to undress the baby Borne night nhen iu mother is .absent. How frequently some women uau tell yuu how other people's children should be brought up, while at the same time their own are any thing but patterns ol good nenavionr ; oJii mnids too, fancy they could and would train any child in the way it ought U- go. Voting Mother, to elderly lady visitor: ' Don't you think that baby luoks very much like his father ?' Old lady : ' Yes, 1 do ; but I wouldn't worry — he iiiay outgrow it.' Likely to clash. — Applicant to mistress -. ? ' What days are you at home, mum J' Mistress : ' Tuesdays and Fridays.' Applicant: 'Then I'm afraid you won't j suit. Those are my days out, mum.' j Coloured pastor (dismissing congregation) ; ] ' De mcmbaliB what am perrided wid urn- ' brvlldhs will pleaso wait 'till I take a look ut f 'eui. Since the mysterious disapperunec of my own umbrellah Inst Sunday, dar am a cloud ob suspicion flo...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 12 December 1888

Sydney, Tuesday. F. L. Barker reports :— Wattle Bark still selling freely ; heavy to £9 10s, light £7 to £810. Sir Henry Parkes had great reception at Braidwood, where a picnic mid banquet were teudered him. Matterson has challenged Beach for £.500, but tbe latter has refused to row either him or Searle Special session of Anglican Synod com mences to-day. Last night resolutions were carried to erect national monument in recognition of the services of the lute W. B. Dalley. Australian eleven wen match against Vic toria by am iitniugs and 72 runs. McElliont yesterday proceeded in equity lw fore Judge (Ven M restrain Australian Mutual Provident Society from applying finy funds to wards pensioning off its officers. Efforts will be made to dose Parliamentarr session next \«*k. The opera jnddt'nlr terminnOd at the Gaiety tlteatre last night, the manager announcing that the principals refused to appear, having received no pay for last week. Horaebusn Sales, 961 cattle yarded chiefly medium...

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TOWN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 12 December 1888

TOWN PLATE. Same &s Cup weights with the addition of the following : — st. lb. Kameruka ? 7 6 Eastwood ? 6 10 IngersoU ? 6 7 Reform ? 6 7 Kocklaudi ? 6 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 12 December 1888

CerteiulT the best medicine known U SaNueb and Sons' Kccalytti Extract. Test ite eminently powerful effect* in oonghs, soldi, influenza ; tbe relief ia instantaneous, hi serious am, and acci dents of all kinds, be they wounds, bnraa, scald ings, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy— no swelling— no inflammation. Like surprising effects produced in croup, diptheria, bronchitis, inflamma tion of the lungs, swellings, 4c. ; diarrhoea, dysen try, diseases of the kidneys and urinujr organs. In use at hospitals and medical clinics all over the globe ; patronised by His Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma at Inter national Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved article, bbA reject bU others.

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BY CABLE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 12 December 1888

BY CABLE. LONDON, Monday. Bulgarian journal, published at Sofia, precdicts great war as «oon as they advocate alliance between Balkan States and Turkey. The Bishop of Rochester is about to visit Australia per s.s. Australia. Admiral Tyron had a full down stain fracturing his arm, and sustaining other injuries. Deputation will ask Chancellor of the Exchequer to take census every rive years. The Duke of Sutherland hat offered the Scotch crofters 9,000 acres in Sutherland shire. More salmon ova is to bo sent out to New Zealand. The Vicar of Camberwell has £1,000 for treatment of lepers st Honnlulu taken. Russian press warns England that Persia is within the sphere of Russian influence.

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Police Court, Moruya. TUESDAY 11th DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 12 December 1888

Police Court, Moruya. TUESDAY llth DECEMBER. Before Messrs. T. T. Gannon, R. Anderson and J. Kenny J's.P. D. J. Canny v. Alice Burton — insulting language. Mr. Pollock for plaintiff, Mr Brown for defendant. D. J. Canny on oath deposed : Am plaintiff in this case ; remember the 24th November last, saw the defendant ; she said, you dirty low Irish Catholic, you are one of the lowest scoundrels ever came to Morura, you dirty Irish scoundrel. I should not have taken out a summons had I not first been served with a summons in the previous case (Barton v. Canny). [The foregoing evidence was adduced at tlie sitting of the court on Tuesday 4th inst. and was re-read by the Clerk of the Court. — Ed-.] Witness continued : — Will swear that Mrs. Barton used the insulting expressions in Haw don Street. I was not in Hawdon Street while the words were being used. In the morning I was somewhat under the influence of drink. I was not drunk, and could remember quite well what Mrs. Barton said. She wa...

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A Desperate Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

A. .Desperate -Gam*. 3?«mous arooog&e dandies 'oMie Begone; twas Scrope Davis, '?Who'isflo frequently men tioned in the ' Byron Memoirs.' He was a :sort of AdmirJ Crichton — a wit, a scholar, a proficient at ul) sports; but, ?nnfortunately for himself, atdesperatc gambler. One night n.i jCrocMorn'e 4ie .met o. young ienow nainoa j^aBuugii, onoe tne possessor oi a splendid fortune, into which the ?dioe-boi had wade terrible inroafl« ; Ibut now lie was about to marry, aud, lie suid, cut the green -cloth altogether. The two friends adjourned to one of the tables, and began playing at liazard. Davis -was in luck that mgnt, -and won main after main, and nithougli he seve ral limes irisJied to break aS, the otlier per sisted iu oantiituing the game, swearing lie -would ptay -on till fortune -changed. The contest now became so excitisg ?on account of Ddvis's extraordinary luck that a group gatlierad about tie two and -watched them with breathless interest. With white face -and parc...

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Bega Jogs Sir Henry's Memory. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

Bega Jogs Sir Henry's Memory. | At a meeting Isold yesterday, the IHh inst, the following resolution was adopted to send to Sir Henry Parkes : — ' That we wish most res pectfully to remind you of yonr pledge to our district last Jauimry, that if you held office I another year our railway would be construc ted. On this promise we have quietly and confidently rested, and now thur tho time hns come we look to you to obtain for our district that justice for which we have so long struggled in vain. No line can be made to serve n district as this will ; it will not only reduce the oost of land carriage, but by concentrating the produce of the district to Twofold Bay will lessen water ^carriage by fully one half present rales.' — Bega Gazette. The Bega people were wise in reminding Sir Henry of his promise to construct the Bega-Eden Jine, as amongst the many promise -lie has ruado before aud since, he might forget the insignificant few lines be tween Bega and Twofold Bay ; rind besides, wh...

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Tit Bits. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

Tit Bits. A mortal fever prevailed on board a chip, and a negro man wwi appointed to throw the boilies o.-erbonrd. One day when the cap tain was on deck, be saw the negro dragging out of the forecastle a sick man who was strug gling violently to extricate himself from the negro's grasp, and renoaitratiag bitterly against the cruelty of being thrown into tin sea alive. - What are you going to do with that man f said the captain. 'Going to throw him overboard, msssa, cause he dead !' ' Dead ! you scoundrel,' said the captain, ' don't you see he moves and speaks 1' ' Yes, massa, I know he say he be no dead but he always lie so, never knows when to lelieve him 1' 'Just look at my thimble,' said a young lady to her beau. ' Don't you think I ought to be rewarded for my industry J' The young man replied that he thought she should be, and the next day he sent her a new cap for her finger, with the following lines : ' 1 send you thimble for fingers nimble, Which I hope will fit when you try ...

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British and Foreigh Bible Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

Btitish and Foreign Bible Society. The annual meeting of the British and Foreign Uihlc Society was held at the Ccn tunni.il Hall on Wednesday evening, 12th inst. The Hev. J. H. A rcliibald presided. Themeet in? w.if' dj-eru-J with devotional exercises. The chairman tlion made a short introdnetorj speech The anmv.il r--[«irt was then read, in which it atiixjaroii that siibs-.'rii)tions amountinn to £8 53 had loon received during the present ye.ir. and tlie sale at the Depository liad been £4 15?. T.'ic Ucv. Mr. Itoberts moved, and Mr. A. Hutchings seconded the following motion : — That the thanks of the meeting be given to the lifRce-beanrs, and collectors, and that the following persons be appointed die memliers of Committee : — J. Emmott, E. Hawdon, A. Millikin, Win. Pollock, and H.Handcock with the local ministers and lady collectors. The following ladies were appointed as the office bearers for the ensuing year : — Mrs. J. Emmott, President ; Mrsi Roberts Vice- Presi- dent ; Miss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

GARRIBALDI. BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON Saturday Next, the 22 iBBt, THE DRAUGHT STALLION, ||g GARRIBALDI. It H. Harvison -fc Co., INSTRUCTED by Mr. TSumun.1 Corrimn, will sell, WITHOUT RESERVE, u above, on tliu riirmiHea, onnosiU' Kcatiug's Motel, the magni ticunt Uruiujht Stallion, tiAitlUKALDI. GAKIUBALTO is by Star of the Hilfe, T)y 'True Briton limp.) dam prize marc Lncy, by Young Captain (imp.) Lucy took three first prices at the Jliitropulitan Vixhibition, two at Dupto, and four at Kiiuiuu Star or the HUU took lirat prizes as a yearling, two-year-old, und tbrw ycar-olil. GAIUURALin took first prim in Bra«hrooa,: and Hecond prize iu Ooulburn as a two-year-old. ' He ib tut It-ou Grey, /.yearn old, .anil stands about 18 hu-iidf .lujili, with good bone ami muscle, -b thoroughly 'broken to harness, mid purfcotly uuund iu wind and limb. Sale at 3 p.m. Terms at Sale/ Valuable Lease I * Valuable Lease M HH. TIABVISON (in conjunction with WIL . UAM BOOT) has -recetvsu mntrnotions .from the co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

- Certainly the best medicine known ia Sandeb ?ndSoJJB'EPCAlTPTiExTJUOT. Test jte eminently powerful' effacta in concha, coldg, influenza; the relief i« instantaneous, in eerioiM caaea, aodacoi denlt ot -11 JOndu, .be ttey wound*, burnt. Braid ings, brakes, sprains, it is the safest remedy —no swelUiig-floiaflftnunation. like surprising effeots produced inpnmp, jUpthetu, broaobitia; inflamma tion of the Inngs, swellings, &c. ; diarrhoea, dysen try, diMMeioF the kidneys and urinary organs. In we at hospitals sod medical clinics all over the globe; jM.trou.Wod by Hi« Majesty tlie King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma at Inter national Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved article, and reject all others, ...Cart Collars from 14s at J. E-Lahowm''

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PRESBYTERIAN. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

?PRESByPBRIAN. Dxuhmbxb. j9th-BcrmagnlZ.3O. J20th_Cobiixgo7.30. 23rd— IVWteUa 11, Cdburgo 3, Dignanf* Creek 7.30. -30th— Moinya, 11, Bateman'B Bay 4, Mclligen 3,30. Jlrt-Kiola 7 JO.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Passing Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

Passing Thoughts. The Milburn Creek scandal with its blacken ing tinge seems (if what is alleged lie proven) to repeat itself in the Lease of the Government Tramways to some wealthy syndicate or ' Tramway Bing,' and for a period of 50 years to enhance tlie wealth of the members, to the impoverishing of the State. Strange stories are rife oE consciences so tough and callous that not even, ft barbed arrow can pierce the elephantine bides. ? ? ? The House after 5 a.m. rejected Sir Henry's motion 2 to 1 against it to the dismay of the Ministry, and then adjourned to meet on Tues day the 18th. What will Sir Henry decide to do ? Reign, or appeal to tlie country ? ? * * Splendid rains have fallen since roar last issue, and your district round Moruya has, I am glad to see, had its share ol the glorious boon. ? ♦ * As one who a few years since was a resident in Moruya, I am gratified to note a capital ad dition to the bench of justices of the peace in the person of Mr. J. Emmott, a gentleman...

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