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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 10 October 1888
The revp.nue returns for the -g*urter just ended seem tn show pretty plainly tlut matters hove jeacliuJ their lowest eljh, and that, in the natural course of ovonts, a gradual recovery jnay be looked fur. The Treasurer -and the Free-trade diilies, indeed, claim that the up ward tiraronxeiit has already commenced, and, tnai we estimate 01 a moderate surplus bids f:iir t« be realised. The estimate, however, was to «. great extent visionary, and depends in a great measure on the clever manipulation 1 »if figures ratlicr lhan on a decrease of cxpendi -ure or au increase of revenue. At least that is wlmt die ex-Treasurer assured us. He pnimaJ out the items to which he referred, end his reasouiitg seemed quite con dusirc, and lias never heen satisfactorily refined. So with the present estimates *? Tlic Star,' in an article whicli slimvs intimate acquaintance with the subject, elates that treJii lias been takcu for a large item of pas t«rnl rents ivliicli are usually paid ia December, and ...
Horse Parade. (A. and P. Society.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 10 October 1888
Horse Parade. (A. and P. Society.) It must have been gratifying to the mem bers of the A. and P. Society to see such a good attendance at the Horse Parade on Saturday last, and it serves to show that this class of exhibition with systematic and judicious management would not be far lie hind in importance to the more pretentious annual display. It must be remembered that the parade this year was got up somewhat hurriedly, and consequently not much time was allowed for the society to advertise, or the exhibitors to make the necessary prepara tions. The weather was most favorable, and about 250 people were on the ground. The draught section was represented by M. Keating's Squire -»nd Tasroan's Pride, E. Corrigan's Garibaldi, D. Sullivan's Cham pion of the World, J. E. Rex's Greystaines, E. Gumley's Voung Davy the 2nd, and — Tate'B Star of the Hills. There were two coaching stallions, viz., M. Heating's Wynd hara and D. Sullivau's Aristocrat. A little pony stallion was exhibited by Mr. ...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 10 October 1888
TO THE EDITOR. :. 1 3ir. — A short time ago a friend of ???'.: ? mded me a copy of your issue of Sept. aining a leading article on the Water ii. You sec, my friend knew that, as uce a resident of Moruya, I take a iterest in its welfare and am always hear how the old township is getting ow 1 am not much of a letter writer - - (papers, and perhaps you won't think urifac huh viorui pnuiui£, hi mi' swim time 1 want to congratulate y»u, Sir, on the position you have taken up aliout supplying Moruya with -vat-'r, and also alwiit Incorpora tion. I have travelled a good bit in uiy time, and siice I left Moir.ya 1 have seen a good many towns of not a bit more importance than Moruya, but which arc just leaving it in tlic shale, simply because the residents of the towns I refer to have more 'go' in them. They take a pride in the ndranccment of their towns, and in order to secure that advancement they arc Killing to sink iirivuto interests and support any move ment for the common good. WW don't...
Self-Love or Selfishness Choose. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 10 October 1888
Self-Love or Selfishness -Choose. TilKRl! are occasions in the lives of all of us, when we have to decide for ourselves as to which of two alternatives we shall choose. On such occasions our serious difficulty usual ly lies in the fact that we are insufficiently acquainted with the merits or demerits of the respective alternatives. In the absence of that knowledge we are unable to foresee the ultimate effect o£ our choice, ei««a «« pood or evil ; not only so far as we ourselves are concerned, but also to the ('H'eot of our choice upon others for whose welfare we are more or less responsible. The choice made be Lot is a case in point. He had two al ternatives offered to him by Abraham ; and, knowing nothing of the merits or doraents of either, and not taking the trouble to en quire he chose the wrong, to the terrible misfortune of himself and of those dependent upon him. The history of nation and of individuals abounds in records of disastrous results where the choice between alterna...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 10 October 1888
I - - I THE j COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. of Sydney. MORUYA BRANCH. 'Capital ? £600,000. Reserved Funds ? £600,000. Reserve for Equalization of Dividends £115,000. AUVANCKR maSo, bills dkjouiftetl. deposits re ceived, cheques collected, drafts issued ou all Die pnncipni towns In tlie Australian colonies, also in Crcat Britain, and all usual Bunking business ,-j 'transact*'lat-curreut rates. jl E. A. BLOMFIELD. |£ Maniu;ec j TOACHBUILDING I AND WHE£lW?.EeHF.KG I ESTABLISHMENT, I Ciiukch St., Moruya, [ ? (,, A. MILLIEIN, BBSS tu inf.mii ll« miirfii: K»iienilly tll.it he is .?iinyiliK'..li llic bLuVi- work ill Ull its various Stock if the brtit Aincrii-iiii funW for 1-ngK-- i!-* nianufrtcruru. llWilo JrVutr'il I-l.rjjiin from ,.. £35 Upwnrda. ?Hintlu .In. n .'.' ... ±S0 du. All ntlwr vcIMHii. i'.t .-ipially Ir.w prices. IJ(iW«) nnJ Coach™ 1ioiv.il . .1 «ji-l .Be-jiaiutn) on HORSESHOEING -DONK -ON 'ME I'KKMRKS. Bricks! Bricks! TpHE UNPKHSIGTJKI) is nrennwit t» supply Jl OOOD WRLL-BURNKDWP.IC...
CHURCH SERVICES. DIVIN[?] SERVICES will be held (D.V.), as follows:— CHURCH OF ENGLAND.OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 10 October 1888
CHURCH SERVICES. DIVINK SERVICKS will be held (d.v.), « follows :- CHURCH OF ENGLAND. October, Tim. II— Service at VYagonga 3. (Sermon by the Lord liishop.) Confirmation at 'J illji 7.30. Fri. 12-Cou6nno,tion at Cobargo 7.30 ; Choir Practice, Moruy&7.30. Sun. 14— Wandella 11, Coburgo S, Bermigui 7.30. Fri. 19-Choir Practice 7.30. Sun. 2i— Moruya 11 and 7.30, Toniakin 3. Wed. 24- C.K.T. Meeting 7.30. Fri. 26-Ch»ir Practice. Sun. SS-Nelligen 10.4.r-(li''y Coniiiuiuion) ; Batc ou'i Iky 3, Moruya 7.30. NOVEHUEK. FH. 2-Clioh- l'mctice 7.30. Sun. 4-iluruy» J 1 and 7.30, Coila 3. K. J. SPENCER. Incumbent.
Moruya P. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 10 October 1888
Moruya V- ?? : . Mail* for Sydney, Braid ?«:.'? 1 - nily. Friday, wtceptal.nt For UtigB. r«l»rgo, Hod .,„ -f& V.trf.. .1 -.. O;v ?Jaily, Mondays exctpted.rti'O..' , ?-?? ! or Hitemaa'* }W«fia Io,- ??'.n:.n -?». SoiJ.vrv ?nt 10p.m., and»ir Wedr ?,! . * .?-.-: iv-'.i---. Vi . l..'Wp.tn. „, ?Hot Klori cloeee Wedne ? ^n'.v.r.V.v:- _,?_ Mnih from Sydney, Bn -..?-?..'. ;H.-i .'..-til-iti, it received dully, Mondays. ? :-.!. nt ,'ip 1 Krom lioga, Cobwijo, :.'-.. .,.' !'? r-.; :? ftilv, Fridavh exoepted, . 1 liatenmns Bay and Mi. -is V p.m. ,- TJiuJwltyn at !2 no ? ? 1,, ?: . , hours after arrival of »t- ?-?? ....?' Syduey hi& is also receive Kiot* Wednesdays and .1 OFFICK The Post Office is open regularly irom y 11.111, ujicii -S p.m. on week days, and 00 Sundays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Money Onto anil Savings liank Office open from 9 n.m. to ti p.m. daily (Kmnliys uxecpted). Telegraph Office op™ from 9 a. 111. to 8 p.m. daily Sundays execpted. )
Needles. Short, Sharp, and Shiny. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 10 October 1888
Needles. ? ♦ ? Short, Sharp, and Shiny. 61 points of rain. Horse parade a success. Not one blood horse on the ground. Draught horses more in keeping with Moruya ; they are nice and slow. Third annual Convent Ball on tbe 24th instant. Great rush anticipated on our local milli ners. Moruya Show 27th and 28th February ; Braidwood, 6tb and 7th March ; Bombala, 13th and 14th March; Bega, 15th and 16th March. The ' Standard ' says Bombala has unfor tunately taken the same days as Bega. We fail to see this. - : Car.delo School of Arts has 36 members, and Moruya only 46. Searle meets Kemp for tbe championship of the world on 27th instant, and should the former win, he will row Teemer, the Ameri can oarsman, in nix months' time. Drawing in connection with the Art Union in aid of the Eurobalia School of Arts postponed until 20th inst, Bega will give away £400. in. prizes at their next annual race meeting, including a Cup of 70 sovB ; which will probably be raised to 100 sovs. Forty new member...