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

,1asi;.\uy. art— Burros I-ake 7.30. J. H. ARCHIBALD.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BY CABLE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

B7 CABLE. LONDON, Monday. French Journals violently assail the Chamber of Deputies for abandoning a mil lion citizens to ruin. The excitement in Paris is terrific, and doubts are expressed as to whether the 92,000,000 francs deposited to meet lottery loan are secure. Emin Bey and Stanley are said to have been delivered in claims to Malidi on October 11th. O'Connor, the champion sculler of America sails for Sydney in March to row Searie for the championship of the world.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

WOU THE KIDHEYS,LWEIMJRIHARYORCARS THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER. lililncT.orUr.l-. nratSSl^UaSSSi aenrra. Hera h where iruunvun B. H. WAKNZB * CO.. Melbourne, Ana. ?w-i»tMr«B.X^U«doa,Ba«.,TM-M-U.0~ To Stand This Season at Wattle Farm, Cobargo, THE FASHIONAHLK THOROUGHBRED STALLION, 2H ALL SILK- PEDICREE-ALL SILK by Yattendon from Parachute. I'nxachntc by Kingston (imp.) oat of Y'an'nlU by Whalebone (imp.) by Waxy out of l'cnolane by 'lrempetor. Waxy by Pot8.oa. Wlmleboue won the Enuliish Derby anil also aired two winners of it, vw., Spaniel and Landog. Waxy won the Derby and aired 4 winners of it, an.l S Onk« winnere. Trumpeter by Highflyer, who up to the age of 5 years won on the English turf £9,336, leaving with an unbeaten leconl ; be aired winners to the amount of £171,407 2«. Votios aired winners to the amount of £61,971 17a anil was himself the son of Eclipse, the greatest of Knj; lish racers. Parachute us o. dam, provwl she hail no superior in the colonies, she whs the dam of Tim ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

WESLEVAN METHODIST CHURCH. December. Wed. 19— Batcman's Bay 7.30, Rev. F, W. RoljLTtS. «un. 28— Moruya 11 A»d 7.30., Eev. F. W. Ro barw, and Toinakiii ut 3. Tues. 25— Moruya JJ, Rev. K. W. RoVcrts. .?Sou. 30— Moray* » *nd 130, Rev. F. W. KoberU, .mid Moga 3. F. W. A. ROBERTS. .MoBUi-A, Wednesday, Ducesueb 19, JK8S

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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The Crops in the Clarence District [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

The Crops in the Clarence District Each day for the past week this district has been visited with thunderstorms, with very vjyid lightning And heavy rain and but little wind to do harm and no hail. These storms have occurred in the evening and during the nicht ; the mornings being very hot and steamy. The copious rain has given all vegetation a charmingly luxuriant appear ance. No such grand season has been wit nessed for very many years in this district. The gmpe crops are truly abundant, the sugar-cano is wonderful in its growth and color, and the maize crop promises to give the greatest yield ever obtained, and will re turn at least 600,000 bushels. The future prospects of the district are grandly cheer ing, and give every cause for grateful feel ings, and if tlie district is not visited by floods, heavy hail or high winds, the returns to the agriculturalists will be the largest ever realised in the history of the Clarence district. The cattle look grand and have abundant grass a...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

&' ? «- - CHAPTER XII 'Honestly, I don't think you are,' sat(J Austiu A.wbrose smilingly. * ' All right,' satJ Blair. ' We've takf.u jour ad Wee — at Je*st .Mar garet has — and the least you c;ut ii», having accepted the responsi bility, i.s to see us squarely through, eh f Austiji Ambrose nodded. 'Yes, he sdd simply. ' I'll go and sec if the dog-cart is ready, and drive it to the end of the lane. You will find me there. You have no idea the precautions we have taken, Miss Margaret,' he added, with a utuile. ' We just drew the line at coming dovn in disguise. Good-bye,' and with a wave of his hand he pushed through the under wood iud left them. He .stopped at a distance of a hundred yards to get a cigarette, aud was putting it to his mouth with a etuile of cynical satisfaction, ?as fie thought of the way in which he had gained his point, when his ?quick eyes saw something moving -ait & little distance between him and the spot whore he had left the lovera. H-3 t!«-U£h...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST NEWS. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

LATEST NEWS. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MABKET. Mr H. Clarke, Produce Merchant, Vic toria Wharf; Sydney, reports— Butter, 16d to 18d Bacon, 7d to 8d Cheese, 7d to 9d Lard, 4d to t# Hides, 3d to 3Ad Bark, £7 to £9 Maize, 4b to 4s Id Eggs, 12d to 13d per dozen.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pay the Printer. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

Pay the Printer. Tho Very Bcvcrend Father Kavanagh, the great temperance lecturer, spcakinp; of the press nt a late meeting, said -.— ' I would gladly tiee every man ''ho undertakes this | work [press wort] in the proper spirit— and I in the same spirit carries it on — become a millionaire ; though, unfortunately, I nm Botry to say, in this country, he is many a time a liver-on-ftir.' Well donn, your rever ence. You must have beeu thar. Give it to the bad pays, and make them ' pay their printer.'

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 — 19 December 1888

DR. HS^ISOI!?* WILL pay bis usual weekly visit to Meruya on TflCfRSDA.Vv KTtfr 4utant, insteaa of j T0ESDAY, 25th inrt., «? Christinas Bay faUs on I tlntdate. v *

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

Sydney, Tuesday. F. L Barter reports as follows :— Wattle bark, a steady demand exists, pi-iraest quali ties most sought for, quotations being, best Southern to £& 15s, medium £7 to £8, light £5 10s to £6 10s. At a public meeting it was agreed to erect a statue to the late W. B. D&lley. Trickett, M.L.C., will probably be a can didate for Fitzroy Ward vice Poole, disquali 6ed. The Cabinet have recommended the to Governor that the remainder ;of sentences of Jury, Topin and West, the Glebe colliery rioters, be remitted. John See was accorded a complimentary banqnet at Parliament House yesterday. Tonkin., M.P., is dangerously ilL George Lake of the National Bunk, Mel bourne, has been arrested for stealing £2,700 worth of securities ; total defalcations are £40,000. JSJShonld the Government not resign McMillan will move resolution of confidence in the Minis try. The throe temhre sent in for leasing Government trams, were first Melbourne Syndi cate allied with Sydney Omnib...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROTECTION V. FREE TRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 19 December 1888

PROTECTION V. FEEE.TRADE (Beprinted from the Star.) Tub Mowing is the full text of the letter ?written by Sir Edward Sullivan, Bart, in ?the 'Morning Post' — Sir-1-' No scandal ?about Queen Elizabeth, 1 hope f ' says Sneer. ''0 Lud no, no,' replies Puff. ' JTo scandal -*twub.rrec-i-nKiD, xuupe.i Bays «Lr. vjaastone or Mr. Goscbon or Lord Harrington, and .everyone hastens to say, '0 Lud, no, no.1' .But what hypocrites we are. We know (perfectly well that very many of us are in ?our hearts thinking scandal of Free-trade '. praying for higher prices, ihougli we know that higher prices can only come with Fro tection. 'Sister Anno, Sister da you — do ?you see Protection coming!' inquires the .despairing Agriculturist. 'No,' replies Sister Anne, ' 1 Bee a little cloud of dust in *he distance ; but I don't think it is Pro -tecti»V -'Thank God,' says the Agricul turist, with a sigh, though, not of relief, ?' Protection is 'not coming.' 'But* Sister Axme, Sister Anne, just look again and see...

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 — 19 December 1888

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING €0. of Sydney. MORUYA BRANCH. -'Bi]ltoI ? efloo,t»o. Reserved Funds ? £000,000. iReeervefor Kqualization of Dividends £3 15,000. \ DVANCES made, bills discounted, deposits re '£*? oeived, ch«|«es collected, drafts issued on all tlie principal towns in the Australian colonies, also in fireat liritain, «ml all usual Banking business transadtod at current rates. E. A. BLOMFIELD. Maiiasjer. COACBBUILDIXG AND WHEELWRICHTINC ESTABLISHMENT, Church St., Moruya. A, MILLIKIN, BGtiK to inform the 'public L-enerally that he is currying on the slmve wi«* in ail its various ' Ibranuhea. ' |^ Sttwt of flw best African ti'.Hxr far bng(;y nuunuf.-uJture. l)inililaSi-atwll)i-i^ii« iroin ... £.15 upwards. * *iii(j)t .to. -lu. ... fSH -lo. AlliitliWvchifle- ut itnially low piices. ©apfrwa and O«vhea Repaired and Re-pMSVtcd on J the k)k-- text nutioe. HORSESHOEIKG DONK ON THE PRKMISER. Bricks 1 Bricks! *TW£E UNOEWIfiNET) to prepared to supply A COOC WELL-BVHNKI) URICKS, in any ?qu...

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

CHUfcCH SERVICES. OIVINH SERVICES mill ho held (n.v.),a« iollova;— CHURCH OF ENGLAND. JJjSCKJniEE. Ikies. 25— {Christmas Day) Mornya 11, H»Ty Com Jnuoioti, Cailn 3, E. 3. SPENCER. Incumbent

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

[?] liHpi^p. Cohargo, BMaBSSaa Bwguli., dose :-,iSUB», Mondays excejSwh atB.SD p.m M;:^K*Iktem*«Baj*ua'ttom,-5oiio on SunJayg ?X 10 p.m., &nd on WeuueaiLvyB ami Friday* at 1.301-.ni. . ? .- ' ' J^rKuira close, VKodncdtirsimJ Saturdays at Mails from^raaey, Braiilwood, aod Artlue» are wceivod daily, TUoKUAVH excontod, at,9j.m. , *^'»^8». Cotorgo, Bo&Ua, aSf Berlin, Satoman'i Bay end Megs «a Mondays at 7.30 f.ia. ; Tlintwlayi *t 12 neon, ana at Saturdays 41 Bjgua jkfter arrival of *te*mer bait Sydney. A Sgbey Inc is alao received by this mail. ^Klorn Wndiuadoya and Saturdays at 12 noon. OFFICE HOUBS. Tho Post OfBMk.opeuregllliiriyfrom9ti.ni. until '. « p.m. oil week day* and on Sundavi from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Money Order anil Suvnigi But Office op™ froni S tin. to 6 p.m. daily (Sundays uxucpbxl). Telegraph ilffiouopm £romi)a.m. U-S p.m. daily Sundaya excepted.)

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 December 1888

Wild Margaret CHAPTER XII. 'Why, you hate him, too guvnor, he exclaimed hoaTselv' with an oath. Austin Ambrose looked at him and smiled. 'After all, you are not such a IOnl na xrnn InrxlraA . ? n ? i * ? . —j'- ?«v-»cu- my mend, Jie said . ' Pyke stood eyeing him stealthily and curiously, then he slapped his knee captiously. , '^ve got -*???' he said with a leer. We s after your girl, guv'nor.' Austin Ambrose smiled again. ' You are really an intelligent person, Mr. Pyke,' he said suavely And now that we understand eacli other, — and we do, I think ?' ?? ?Ike s,woro horrib]y for assent. ? Exactly. Then I think we had better part Take mv arlvi^, n*A don t— watch for rabbits any wore. Go home and rest until your friend sends your word that the time has wue J° ,pay back old sco^. When he does so, well— be ready and strike home.' 'I will,' pyke declared, setting Ins teeth. 5 Austin Ambrose flung his cigar ette away. 'Poaching i8 a hard trade,' he murmured, looking up at the sky, which a...

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 — 25 December 1888

-M0EUTA momma reins. J A ?RAT,T|, ! \ VWflI.bc hcM*t j iTHKMEGHANiCS': INSTITUTE i 3-N WEDNESDAY, 2fl iN&T., 1 (Boxing -Night), .at & 30 p.m. I Proceeds *oiipeSclevo-edm.aid-«-f tfioCiub. '. VOUBLE TICKET, 4&; SINGLE' do. 9s ttl. :T, 0. BR0W.N, Heo. See. ; Jinn near Horn-; igundaL 3FoiIiease foj Auction b% a ms&m or i xs£R j ((Live\t«dk (to ibc Uakm 'it nc Valuation), i AT 12 OiCLOCK, ? i TJis Lind Sale Rooms, Bega. ! IBy Ordeiijf ilie Master in Lunacy, Itixm & MacLeod A KG Insttcteti to &ease by PUBLIC MJC -£*. TIONls -above 4ot the .term of one year iromthe Ut iL«ary, .1S89, JF ARM OF aft ACRES, ot which « acre* we iPJanted-wti Com, 1- acre with Potatoes, and 3±*etei .«fch Emit Trees. 3 he .property is situated abut -6 milei .from Kerrigundah wd is know».olth« F arm ef Thomas Boyd (now -a i lunatic). \ ' The UMee-wUte.rauuea-tu'purchue tta LIVE «TOCK, Ac., i the Farm** a valuation, vii :- About 2 I2otsea,|33 .bead -of Cattle, XI Pjgs...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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PROTECTION V. FREE. TRADE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 December 1888

PROTECTION V- FREE.TEADB (Contimmi.) That foreign competition means competi tion in cheapness; competition in cheap labour means competition in flesh and blood : and competition in flesh and blood in slavery. That excessive .competition is the greatest curse that can be imposed on a working con ruunity. That the tmrestricted labour com petition of the whole world is rapidly mak ing the condition of English labour impos sible. That cheap clothing and cheap food are of no value if human labour is cheaper still. That excessive cheapness is of no viilue to the community without employ ment. That -employment means cheapness. That those -who have employment can buy ; that those who have not employment c&nnot buy. That the first tind paramount d«ty ?of every 'Government is to eneourageoondrkionE' tinder which everyone can find employment. ? That our import manufacturers and export manufacturers import agricultural produce and export agricultural labourers; export strong men .and im...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Passing Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 December 1888

Passing- Thoughts. Br. Tuyloi- tells of an order for a -nsV «f Rum tbat came to a firm from a certain country Township, and added iligre was a ' P.S. ' seud some handcuffs ! ♦ * « . Public opiuiou obtains that Sir Enery's want of tact was conspicuously manifest in obstructing the Finance Session by his motion anent leasing the trams to a u train ring ' for 40 years, and deserves universal condemnation. * ? * 6ir Euery will I guess gulp ' the leek ' *nd go on with the -estimates* and thereafter if it so please him resign his status, and soiteveatu atee, he and kit colleagues have swallowed the bitter herb and resolved to go on With the *nanee statement to a finis, and they have 'Consented to refer the charges of cor ruption made against Hsu Members to a. Royal aonnuissioa of .enquiry. Right say we, and let .the mutzle be put on the vicious aninanls i.e. -wlien'.eaught, eh. * ? ? A pressman informs me that in* row the other night a man broke Us wife's head ?with a ? Bible, no! it was ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tilba Tilba. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 December 1888

Tilba Tilba. '(PROM! OUR CoRWOTOSDEXT). The topic of conversation here for months 3-ast has been the weather, — ' When are wo going to have ajjy rain V ' How much longeHs this going to . last V 'It wili be a ?blue look-out.for«o»ie«f us- if this continues another month !' and -sirefe. like expressions ?were continually emacatiag from the lips of our almost despairing residents, and .indeed up to last ''week it «eemed as if tbe .-Jry weather -was likely to -Install ? through the Hummer, but thank heaven -a welcome ? change has token [.lace, commencing'on San . day- last, when through the day and night 84 ? points 'of rain fell, and on Friday it came ?down in 'tamest and has continued up till . now (Monday), about 3 inches 20 .points being registered, with eva-ry prospect of : plentymore. lit is needless to speak of the ^incalculable -good -it ?will do ; the country lias even now assumed' {quite a different ap jpearance, and the-hopes-of'aJl are more in the .ascendant. -In ppite4-f-th...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Goods [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 25 December 1888

GoodfS :.:-. n. At Fayette/a, Jady wi ?? x : ... ,, ;-.u .-;-.: folding bed, had a quee; ? ??? : ; . ??? She was awakened by a noiii *.:??? ,.-'l-d a, cyclone tearing a housi- 1 sound ,.v herenlf shut up like a ja- '? „ ?: -!'n-st.-?:: suffocated.' She tried to scream, out » piliow ''' dropped in her mourb and -she could make no sound. She tried to kick, but found that she was kicking herself in the face, she was doublednp so, ' She tried to scratch with her fingers, but found she was scratching her own back. ' Her idea was that a cyclone had taken the louse and deposited it in an ad joining country, and she said her prayers and tried to die. How long she remained in that position she does not know. She heard a chesnut be') ring, after what seemed to, her about a fortnight, and soon after a servant . -girl came iiid opened the bed and told her breakfast iwas ready, and asked her' what was her notion of trying to sleep in that way. The lady got out of the bed, straight ened dtit bar ...

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