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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

FOR THE K!DNEYS,UVEB*URINARYORCA;!S THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER. Ikrre U only out way tn which am -iu. mrnile aim, Md «n,.t l- ijTrrXJ ' ,» Ibi- --«?!»-— iTbalrrr.r u nay InT rSi inat nrdlcnl nutbnrllla of thr -ln!rd«rlo?-- II, I U «l« only w«T l-» wlUr* Ui-alll. Vjui I™ around. Hrrr (? where WABvuri KtKK and bj Plarinc ibrm la a htallhy ok.llll un drlra tUtrmte aa-I pnla from Ihr «i-i.in for Ml Itlrfne), LIvrr.Hnd Vrlnarytnubini Ji.ilnrl., »bi) Pk}.ln,l iruoblu arn'nlly, B. B. WA.RNBB * CO., MoltDnmo, ad. BMkwtaB, *.» „ U,mitm.I,mt.. Taroau. One 11 H. HARVISON & CO, AUCTIONBEES, I10U.SK, LAND & ESTATE ACiKNTS. 'EXAMINER~OFFICE,' PA-JE STREET, MORUYA. High Class Dentistry. W. B. BURROWS, Surgeon and Mechanical Dentist, OF 740 OEOKGE-ST., SYDNEY, BE1IS ti- iufnnn tlic iml.lic wai surr,nn..liliC .lis trict, that he will visit iS-ornya. |vriwlirully, auJ may be eonuuitat nt Hiirkus' Ifot.-l, Mulleii (l^nrec. A^nllniuclianiwl «-»rk wilj Jw -W on the «|mt anil fiiy tJie lutxn...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

?WESLKYAN METHODIST CHURCH. -Ja.nu.iuy. Wctt. 1(5— M«go-3, Mr. A. Hutchinin ; liatananV Hay 7.:t0. Rev. F. W. Huberts. Tim. 17— Kiora7.:W, Rev. F. \V. Knntrts. .Sun. aO-Moniya 11 ami 7.30, Rev. F. \V. Rolwrte, awl ifogo at 3 4 -Ooi-umm 2.30, Mr. J. Niviw. Sun. 27-Moruy.i II, Mr. ,1. Kiiiinott ; 7.M. Mr. A. llutviiiiiip ; Tuiuakin 3, Mr. A. liufcliingn. -?. \V. A. ROUKRJ'S. H he goruga gpmed i'uir, £W/e.«, Fro.. Momjya, Weusksbay, Jako.miy 1C, 1889

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XIIL [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

r» iia MixrgiiTeL ? * ? CHAPTER XHL * It would be Blair,' he finished ppi'iitthly. ' He is not far off. He wl join us at the Clapham junc tion. He wanted to come and meet you lieru, but I persuaded ihini ito lei me eouiu instead. You Icnow liow prudent I am. A dozen people on the platform might chance to see -him &wl recognise him and talk, while I — well nobody feels ?enough interest iu me to care where I went,' and be laughed. ! 'It is besttor so, and. it is 'very Icirid of you,' mad Margaret. ' I am all 'kindness,1 he said smil ing. He ,put her into a first-elass ?carriage, and Margaret saw his hand in close contact with the guard's, and heard the lock turned. ' May 1 say you are looking vary well, Miss Margaret ? ' he said, ?leaning forward and looking at her with xcspectful and friendly nduiira :tion. Margaret laughed. ' Did you take all this trouble to 'pay me compliments, Mr Am brose V ' No., * he said, with sodden ?gravity, but stiH uuiiling, ' I came for prudence 6»...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Moruya Sheffield Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

Moruya Sheffield Handicap. The following are the handicaps for the Sheffield Handicap to be run cd 5Cth January : — Walker, 15 yds. Hibburd, 16 yds. Beileiter, 17 yds. Tier, 17 yds. Parnell, 18 yds. O'Brien, 20 yds. Mason. 22 yds. T. Davis, 24 yds. McNamara, 23 yds. L. Hopkins, 24 yds. Gordon, 25 yds. Underbill, 25 yds. Barling, 27 yds. Greig, 27 yds. Waddcll, 27 yds. Milton, 29 yds. Grosser, 29 yds. Wilcocks, 29 yds. Bishop, 29 yds. Chapman, 32 yds. W. Davis, 32 yds. Miller, 32 yds. McHugh, 32 yds. Skelian, 35 yds. Lynch, 35 yds.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Threatened Chinese Influx. ONE MILLION FOR CANADA AND AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

Threatened Chinese Influx. ONE MILLION FOR CAHADA AND AUSTRALIA. An important discovery has Iwen made ?with respect to the intended migration of Chinese from tire United States to Canada and Australia. The information regarding \he scheme was supplied to members of the Canadian Govern ment by a Chinaman named Mong How, who hud au interview with ihcm on the sub ject at Ottawa. He alleges that in conse quence of the American legislation, which prohibits the admission of Chiiiuse into tlie States, several influential Chinese merchants in America have combined aud are making preparations for dispatching on million Chinese from the States to Canada and Aus tralia, Sir Halliday Macartney, the Chinese Secrcearv iu London, discredits the state ment -rf Mong How that Chinese merchants in America are preparing to stiip a million ?Chinese to Canada and Australia, The Colonial OJiice .have, however, re ceived private information which tends to confirm Mong How's assertion. Cart Harness £3 10s; ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eurobodalla Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

Zurobodalla Saxes. The following are the handicaps for &e Eurobodalla Race Meeting to take place on the I8th instant : ? Opening Hakdicar st Ib. Hidden Treasure ... & 12 Kameruka ? g g Shareholder ? 8 2 Ingersoll ? j q Kililloo ? 6 u Arbutus ? g 4

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Tear 1988. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

The Year 1988. In the December number of tho Contem porary Review Dr. Dale continues his ' Im pressions of Australia,' the second article being entitled ' Speculations about the Future.' He says : — ' The imagination of the Aus tralian oeonle dehVhtp ta riwpll nn tha nrn. bability — on the certainty— of the immense expansion of their numbers during the next hundred years. They confidently predict that the Australian continent alone, which now contains about three millions oi inhabi tants, will contain, when the second century comes round, a hundred millions. As the patriotism of young Englishmen feedi it» fires on the past glories of our race, . the patriotism of young Australians derives equal fervour from the vision of the future development of their country. With a popu lation of a hundred millions, having in thf-ir veins the best and most vigorous blood ?* ' these islands, blending in themselves all t.v best qualities of the English, Scotch ami Irish people, inheriting the mater...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EUROBODALLA HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

ECEOEODAILA HANDICAP. Allandalc ? 8 12 Hidden Treasure ... 8 4 Kameriika ? 8 0 JSxamtner ... 7 4 Mark Tapley ? ] 7 2 Gazette ? 7 2 Kililloo ? 6 0

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Melbourne Opinion [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

A Melbourne Opinion The AryVt is the only paper that com ments on the political crisis in New South Wules. It states that for some reason best known to himself Sir Henry Parkes has al lowed the colony to drift into a crisis that probably no one anticipated. Regarding Mr. Want's charges aeainst Mr. Fehon the article states : — ' It is needless to point out that this scandalous gossip is perfectly baseless. The real motive of the unjust, unproved and persistent charges against Mr. Fehon can easily be guessed. They form, however, at the most subjects for inquiry, and there is nothing in them to warrant or provoke a political crisis, but Sir Henry Parkes declined to reply to Mr. Want and sat in obstinate silence. In spite of the clamor of his opponents and the cries of friends, he vouchsafed no explanation, so defence. His supporters resented his con duct, and the result is that the Cabinet lias been dofoatod. Sir Henry Parkes' motive for his extraordinary conduct we can of course only ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Moruya Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

Moruya Post Office Mails f»r Sydney, rSra.i,l«-oud. uud Araluen clone' Au\y, Krii^y.wcwpto.1, at 10 p.m. For jfcgH. Gnburgh, llojallu, mill ffcrgkliu, cIobc daily, Monday* --xu.-4,u..,i, ut «..(U n lu. for fJateumu't, iiiy mul Mupi, duau on Sundays at 10 inn., and ou WttiniMdiiya uhI Fridays lit 1.30 p.m. r'ur Kium -closes \\-,lnusilnvs and Salurilays nt ^?30 p.m. MhU« from Sydney, Hmiilwood, and Ariluen ure received .jyily. M.wi.AVs eHoptetl, at9 pirn. ?daily, J-'Hin.tVM cxci.pu.-d, at 10 p.m. Hatujimna Hay iu«l N«u on H.mdavK ut 7 3fl p.m. : Tlnin.lnj-xit 12ii.»n, and on .SaturduyM* Aoura »ft«r nmvnl of stco,mor from Sy-lni»-. .-i Aydiiuy lap is aim reu«iv«l l.y thu. nuil. Jvjora HxiliiuKiityii hikI Nntnnluya at 12 nnon. OIVIITK HOOKS 'J'Jiu i!usM)fliueuu|ieii rugiilKriyfrom»n.m. until J^j-JJ1;, '' 'cxlt ^-l''' aui1 U1J SuuJitf' *''« « »? in. Monry Old.* ami Suviiip« [:.iuk Oil™ open ffum Sum. toll |i.iii. ,W,]y (.SuiKlnys i-J.-qita!). lidugnipli -Jflicc.,1H.11j1()inUii.iii. to S ...

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 — 16 January 1889

THE gOHMEKHAL BANKING C *of Sydney. »OKDYA BRANCH. '?#** ? ~~ ? Vt600,0 Kenned Fund. ? £mfi Henna for ftjaalinition of Dividends £ri5,0 A IDVANCES n»ae, billmlisconrttea, depojite -*?*- ceived,cheauea collected, drafts issued-on ?th. priaeipal.ttwmin the Australian colonies, » in Great Britain, and all usual Banking bue'in, truaMtBi.it.surrtilt rates. E. A. BEOMTFrELD. Manager. O0ACHBWID1NG mO WR£ELWRICHTINC ESTABLISHMENT, Church St., Moruya A, MfLLIKIN, HK-:8 to inform the public generally ttiiA he r carrying on tliu above work 'in til its varioni t/nurohet. Stool of *t» best American timber for bnggj manufacture. SDouWe Seated 'Unties from ... £3S upwards. ?'Mingk do. -lu. ... £M do. All-other vehicles at cunally low prices. )B»^[iet'aD£-;oache8 Rupairo-i anct {{e^pblntea en the shortest notice. /' ?WiBSESHdmSO DONS -W THE PREMISES. Bracks! Siricks ! TpBE UKHERS1G}JJ!31 h ?prepared U Mpply A 'OOOB WELUWTO.'NBl) BRICKS, in any ?-ju.ntltia.at the Kiln £2 par 1000 ; or delivered to ?...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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PRESBYTERIAN. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

i'llKSUYTKHLlN. Janh.uiv. 20th— Moruya II, Coila 3. :21»t.— Kwrii'uiuUi 7.M). Kud.— Blba 7.30. .2Xn\.—iSmuugm 7.30. -29Ui.— JJurnu Uko 7.30. .(. 1J. ARCHIBALD.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

CHURCH SERVICES. DIVINE SKKVICIiS will W la-ld (ii.v.), -m CilURCii OK ENGLAND. Janlakv. Sun. 20-iMoruya 11 und 7.30.. Tnmakin .1 15 Thn. '24 — Alouo 7.30. .Hum. S-Nollisai 10.45, Jt.iU-nums Ifc.y a.45, Muruya 7.30. K. J. SI'EXCHU. Iiiciniiliunt.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Terrible Tornado in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

Terrible Tornado in America. America has been visited by some terrible cyclones. At Reading, a town in Pennsylvania, enormous damage was done to property, and 50 persons are reported to have been killed. A large silk mill, employing 250 hands, was laid waste by the storm, and the employees only escaped with great difficulty, a number being injured. Further dispatches from New York Bhow that the tornado which has passed through America hns had most disastrous and fatal effects. The tornado took an easterly direc tion, and swept a clear path 200 feet in width. It passed through the Stutes of Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York, levelling churches and buildings and hamlets in its course. Hundreds of persons have been killed and thousands injured. At Reading, the railway station was razed to the ground, and the debris then caught fire. At the silk mill which was devastated, SO of the female cployees were killed. Throughout the course of the tornado railways were torn up and tele...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

Certainly the bert medicine known fa Sander ?nd Sons' Eucalypti Extract. Test ite eminently powerful effeote in coughs, colds, influenza ; the relief is instantaneous. In serious cases, and acci dents of all kindB, be they wounds, burns, scaW ings, bruises, sprains, it is tho safest remedy— no swelling— no inflammation. : Like surprising effects produced in croup, diptheria, bronchitis, inflamma tion of tlie lungi, swellings, &c ; diarrhoea dysen try, diseases of the kidncw'&anrinan' organs In use at hospitals and medical clinics all over the clobe ; pateoiii«od by His Majesty tbe Ki»s «f Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma at Inter- I national Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust io this approved article, and reject all others. '

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 — 16 January 1889

Passing Thoughts. Variety is charming, be it in the scenery around Moruya or in the columns of your local paper. Sameness through its monotony makes dullness dreary, hence you call on correspondents to aid. My ' Passing Thoughts ' may as well be set aside for a season and leave space for other friendly scribes. Sir Henry's visit to Melbourne for a change of air has not been beneficial ; by late accounts he is laid up in bed. We trust his ailment is not serious. His removal would be a terrible blank. ♦ ♦ ♦ Sydney is stirod to excitement by a Madame Dufflott, seated in her chariot and dispensing Canadian herbal medicine, nnd receiving the lame, the deaf and the blind, and by means of these herbs sending the lame away leaping, the deaf restored and the blind rejoicing in seeing clearly. It seems incredible, nevertheless it is a fact. The native tribes of Canada, it seems, used herbs for these ailments successfully, and so does Madame. The scenes daily seen around Madame Dufflott's char...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Moruya Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

Moruya Annual Races. 05 the 24th and S^th of tbe present month the annual races will take place on the Moruya Park Course. This is an event which is a), i-ays looked forward to with feel liirrc f\t T^laoCti^n nil flif» 71,1 ft', flf VOfV vnnint and with something approaching to dissatis faction on the part of a few. We know that there have been innumerable instances else wliere where horse racing has been conduc ted in a manner little less than absolutely dishonorable, and we arc prepared to admit that in such crisis Hciiinnilisatioii, more or less, must be tlie inevitable result. But it will be generally found (Ji.it in such cases the blame lies with a few disuon3st practitioneis and not with horse racing as an institution. No one would be found more ready to expose dishonest practices more quickly or with greater severity than ourselves. But we must be just. We are pleased to be able to record our conviction that horse racing in Moruya has always been conducted in a fair and honou...

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The Late Sudden Fatality at Bermagni. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

Ihe Late Sndden Fatality at Bermagni. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — J3enn«gni possesses a most unenviable notority as a village of mysteries, the latest to me is, how did the late Charles Southam meet with his death, by an accident J My object in addressing you is to direct public attention to what I consider roost unsatis factory providings on the part of the local authorities, relating to the inquiry into the circumstances connected with tbe unfortu nate occurance. Mr. Charles Southam, by the evidence of his uncle, was sober and apparently in good health at 3 p.m. on New Tears day, at 5.30 he was seen galloping towards his home; two hours afterwards his dead body rigid, was found within *00 yards of the spot he started from. /lnhf-IV- WnQ nn trtaAiftai rnndannn n/}rlniuul ~4 ^.??\,i^- nun u\s ui^utuu CV1UC11VC UUUUUCU tt-t the inquiry as to the cause of death, whether by poison, foul play or by accident. Certainly at the Magisterial inquiry the statement of an unqualified man as to the ca...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 16 January 1889

Correspondence. We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not hold ouwdves responsible for tho opinions expressed by our correspondents

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 — 16 January 1889

LATEST NEWS. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. 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 5d Hides, 3d to 3.4-i Dark, £7 to £d Maize, 4s to 4s Id Eggs, 12d to 13dperdozea Sydney, Tuesday. F. L. Barber reports :— Wattle Bark soid very freely at my last sale, liest heavy samples making to £8 15s, medium quality £7 to £7 15s, light M 10s to £7. From a late telegram received last night, we learn that the following ftre tlie names of the gentlemen comprising the new Minis try :— Mr. Dibba, Premier and Colonial Secre tary. Mr. Barton, Attorney-General. Mr. Fletcher, Minister for Works and Railways. Mr. Garvau, Colonial Treasurer. Mr. Stuttcry, Minister for Justice. Mr. Chanter, Minister for Jlines. Appointments for Public Instruction not yet tilled up, and the same may be said of tlie appointment of Vice-President. New Ministry is now complete by addition of F. B. Suttor as Minister for Public Instruction, a...

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