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Messrs. Clarke and Garvan in Moruya [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 30 January 1889
Messrs. Clarke and Qarvan in Moruya Our Members, Messrs Clarke and Gsrvnn, addressed the electors on Thursday night lsst in the Centennial Hall. Mr. A. Euimott oc cupied the clmir. tho spacious Hull was crowded, and the audience gave an attentive hearing to the speakers. Mr. Clarke, who was the first to address the meeting, in referring to the late Ministry said that they complained of hariag received an undue amount of obstruction but he maintained that they had not received the Bame amount of obstruction which, they themselves inflicted upon their prede cessors. He proceeded to renew tlio work of the late government, crediting them with two verr imuortant and useful measures, viz.. the Bankruptcy and Railway Bills ; but beyond that he considered tlie last two years had been wasted. He complained of the extravagance cf the late Government, in the expenditure of money on works ui an unproductive character. In reference to the Centennial Park he stated that £100,000 had already been ...
SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 30 January 1889
Svdnbt. Tuesday. All elections of yesterday returned old mem bers, »nd no fresh addition to the ranks of pro tectionists. Parkes and McMillan are tit Qoulburn speaking in tho free-trade interest. Mr Fehoa has sent a lengthy reply t» the Premier with reference to eliaijjw iirufcrivd against him in the Assembly. Inglis and CopeUnd liatl t.lie rf--~- if hands for New England at nomi'- ' lr;;ylc. Holborr'- ..-??? ! to bribe him * ? . ' . , C .uarbour, t' ? _, , uhkhii;!]), J)Ur;malH ; Hassa.ll, Gwydir ; nil PruU'.utioniaU. Also Wilkinson, Fruetrudur for Balrunald.
An Extraordinary Woman. NERVE OF MAGNETISM. A WHOLESALE STUMP EXTRACTOR. ALLEGED CRIPPLES CURED ON THE SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 30 January 1889
An Extraordinary Woman. NERVE OF MAGNETISM. A WHOLESALE STUMP EXTRAC TOR. ALLEGED CRIPPLES CURED ON THE SPOT. One half the city does not know of the ex citing work done every day in Sydney by an extraordinary woman, alleged to be possessed of the supernatural powers of healing. People walking through the city may have seen a four-wheeled chariot-like-looking vehicle, drawn by three horseo, all abreast, flashing through the principal thoroughfares, a lady and gentleman in the front and at the rear h vigorouRiy-piayea ora&g oana. lnats the magic woman's chariot. She is said to be French. She is a lowsized woman, com posed mostly of sinews and nerve, with a dark brown countenance, very dark eyes aud very sharp features. Sometimes when there is a crush of vehicles in the street, or the horses nre becoming unmanageable, the lady will seize the reins and with vigorous tugging will bring the animals under control. This is alleged to be a kind of practice for the wholesale tooth-pul...
The Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 30 January 1889
The Annual Races. TJndee the most favourable conditions these races came off on the Park Course on Thurs day and Friday. The weather left nothing to be desired, and the attendance during both days was the largest ever seen on the Moruya course. Unfortunately the finishes as a rule, were not exciting, save for those who had moneylon the front horses, as Messrs Hassall and Murphy's little bay mare, Publican's Purse in the simplest manner pos sible, leading her fields from start to finish. No doubt this was peculiarly gratifying to the owners, and we congratulate them in pos sessing such a goer, but to the bulk of the public who like to see a good race it must have been disappointing. However, no one ever begrudges such a genuine and honest gentleman as Mr, Hassall a win, for he be longs to that class of sportsmen of which un happily there are not too many at the present day. There were a great many visitors present, among whom we noticed W. F. Coman, Esq. (Champion Hills), and W. H. B...
Moruya Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 30 January 1889
Moruya Post Office. Mills for Sydney, Bnidwood, and Arataen oW d»Uy, FticUys excepted, at 10 p.m. For Begs. Cobargo, Bodatla, and Bergaiia, close daily, Mondays efceepted, at 8.30 p.m. For Bateman'a Bay aud Mora, close on Sundays at 10 p.m., sad on Wednesdays and Fridays at 1.30 p.m. Fur Kioro. closes Wednesdays and Saturdays at J.30 p.m. Mails from .Sydney, Braidwood, and Aralucn arc received daily, Munuays excepted, at 9 p.m. From Bega, Cobargo, Sodalla, and Bergalia, daily, Friday.* excepted, at 10 p.m. Bateman's Bay and Mogo on Mondavi ut 7.30 p.m. ; Thursdays at 12 boon, and on Saturdays 4J hours after arrival of steamer from Syiluey. A Syduey bag is also received by this mail. Kiora \\ odlieudaya and Saturdays at 12 noon. UKFICK IIOI'M. The Fort Office is open regularly from 9 o-m. until 6 p.m. on week days, aud on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Money Order and Savings Ilmik Office opon from 8 a.m. to U p.m. daily (Sundays uxocptcd). Telegraph Office open Irvm i) a.in. to 8 p....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 30 January 1889
THE COMMERCIAL BANKING GO. of Sydney. MORUYA BRANCH. ' '?T'W ? 1000,000. }-cael veil KnmlB ? UiOO.IXK). ? K«M!rv« for Kqimlizatioli of l)iviil™,ls 1115,000. A DVANGKS nw.lr. HMs ,!i«v-,lnt-,l, deposits r.-- -»? *- wived, chetinrii dillvctml, draft? failed on nil tlic principal tumis in tho Australia Ontario., „!„. in O'rcat Hrifcun, Mid nil usual Hanking biuiiiciw tranaatud at current rates. E. A..UL0MF1BM). JMalial^nr. . COACHBUILDING AND WHEELWRICHTINC ESTABLISHMENT, Church St., Moruya. A. MILLIKIN, BRCift to inform the public prncrally 'that 'he it carrying on the above work in all its various ; liiuwlw. 1 8tack of the best American timber for bogey manufacture. ? i Tlouble Seated Ttuggius from ... £35 upvanla. 8 Singlo do. ,!... ... £30 do. All otliw wliii-lc-H at equally low-prices. iBugpw and Coaches Repaired ^nd. Repainted on ] tho shortest notice. .'HORSESHOEING WSE ON THE.PREMISES. Bricks7! Bricks! /nnHETJNDKRSrfiNKI) -» prepared to supply A GOOD WELL-BURNEO BRICKS.in any ....
Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
JJatrow Escape. The Cnptsin's Flat mailman (Jimmy' McGrath) had a narraw escape from drown ing whilst crossing the Molonglo river after, the storm on Sunday (says the Qtwanleyan Age). He waB on horseback and owing to the swollen state of the rivri- tho animal had to swim. Aixmt tnc middle oi tne stream both horse and rider were washed down into a.luile, and for a while' disappeared. When tho poor fellow came into view again ho was off the horse clinging to the bridle, with one foot stuck in the stirrup, but with a super human effort lie released his foot, reached tlie bank, pursuing the journey to Bungen dore where he arrived apparently nothing .the wArse for his immersion.
A Girl shot by Her Brother. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
A Girl shot by Her Brother. ' On Saturday afternoon last Pearson-street Snmmcrhill, v»3 the scene of a sad accident,, by which. a little girl was .fatally shot 'by hor; brother. The occurrence, which is surrounded by peculiar circumstances, is another instance of the terrible danger attached to 'the use of firearms, more eeiRCinlly wlien children Arc al Jotvni (o handle tlicrrt. From what can be gathered of the shocking occurrence, it appears that uu Saturday afternoon last a boy named William Clarke, aged 14 years' residing with hia parents, returned home from a shooting expedition, carrying with him a gun. On . arriving home he told his mother that the gun was loaded with powder, as he thought and that lie would go into the yard and discbarge, it. While proceeding down the yard with that intention he saw his little sister, Florcnue, aged 3 years, standing iu a passage about 15 feet away Irem him. He raised the grin to his shoulder, and presented the weapon with the intention df di...
Tilba Tilba. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
TUba Tilba. (FllOM OVR CoHKESPONDKVT). The concert in aid of tlic Funds of tlic 'Nooroonm Cricket Cluli, advertised for tlie ?17th ultimo, but postponed on account of tlie rweatlier, took .place in the Lyceum Kail on Monday 21st. At S o'clock it seemed as if the audience would be Jiinitod to al-out a .-dozen people.but licTore the .first piece was rendered which by the live was not until „ quarter to nine, there was a very fair sprinkl ing of tlic Tilha folk. Judged however by the crowds that attended the cricketers last I concert, it cannot be pronounced a success' i Mr. W. Hobbes, SIis Keecc, nm\ Miss Chm I Evaus were the accompanists anci rendrnJ I very material .tid. The iiist mentioned latly ' stalled the. programme by playing a piano- j forte solo, while Hiss Evans did (he like in I the second part. Air. Jiarpur snug '? Kond | Meuiorii?s of Home,' 'Jfoop La,' and a I ?enmic song new to Tilba, 'Bradshaws Ouide,' for wltir;!i he was very liearfly .oiifored ; Mr. \V. Hobbes sunj;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
V Notice. Mornya Half-Holiday Association. r having Itcea rumoured that the above Assucui tifm bad become defunct, notice n hereby given that the rumour in without foundation, and that the business places will bo closed us uuual on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS from 1 o'clock to 7 o'clock p.m. C. \V. WOOD, ? _^ 7 | Head Cattle J 7 (At Heating's Yards), 1 Cow with Calf 8 weelui old 4 head Young Stock, 2 to 3 yrs old 2 Poddies WILLIAM BOOT HAS received instructions from Mr. C Staveu to sell as above at hia yards on Saturday, 16th inst., AT S O'CLOCK. Terms and Conditions at Sale. I ON SATURDAY, February 16th, R. H. Harvison & Co. WILL Sell BY AUCTION at Kilkelly's Hotel on account of the Moruya Jockoy Club one ton and o-half of S-foat GALVANIZED IKON, in lots to suit purchasers. . Small lots may be obtained 'nvately in the meantime, from the Secretaries 01 the Club. , For Sale 1 ACRE LAND, with 3-rooined HOUSE, situate *£ in Gundary. A liavgain. A|-l-ly WILLIAM BOOT, I 1'UUSS OHIO. Clo...
Fruit, Flower and Fancy Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
-Frail, Flower and Fancy Show. On .Friday, The 25th ultimo, a Flower Show win. hold in the Centennial Hall in aid of the Wesleyan Parsonage fund, and it was a pronounced success in everyway, when .it is considered that the promoters hod only a few days before resolved to hold the exhibition On tlm day in question many willing hands wi-ie busily engaged in arranging the flowers, ' fruit, and fancy articles, and as a result of their labours a very attractive sight was presented. The following ladies had charge of the respective stalls, via :— Refreshment!). -Mcsdiuiic* Simpson, Metcalfe and (I. Luck. Fruit- -.Mcsdaiues, Shoitin, J. Luck, Jun., and Miss .Sliottin. Flowers- -Miss Conker. Fancy articles— Mrs. J. Jimmott. Fish Pond— Miss Korstcr(Anliiicld). The musical arraiifrpiiwnts were left in the hands of Mrs: Roberts and Mr*. \\\ li,,-.i,,ott, with Uie result that visitors were ciuitinuouKly sup plied with the best talent procurable in .Moruya. The Fish Pmul wan'iiot the least attra...
Presbyterian Church, Moruya. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
Presbyterian Church, Morqya. 'The Annual Congregational Meeting, ttogcther with the Sunday School Treat, was Sieid in the Moruya Fresuytcrian Church on illth Jannuary, 1889. A very good attendance ot both adults sand children ware present ; they assembled an the church ut half-past .twelve o'clock, and ;partook of .Im.iili, of which nn abundant supply was kindly provided by the ladies of itbe congregation. After lunch the business of the meeting ^was opened with singing and prayer. The Rev. J. H. Archibald presided, and on tak iinj; the .chair, delivered a short and very ^appropriate address, showing what progress ?had been made since the church was first (established some twenty five years ago. The minutes of the previous meeting were iread and confirmed. The financial state ment was also read, and showed a credit balance of £15. 'SEhe. annual report of the session was then iread, sliowing that all the preaching stations UuVd'bccn supplied, the attendance at each lbfiing very .fair...
BY CABLE LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
BY CABLE. LONDON, Monday. Circinu-tances have transpired which *bmv that the suicide ol the Crown l'rinee of Au.-tri.i was premeditated. The young Unroiie.f? at oneo proceed.*! to Mcyerlint; and killed herself upon hearing of the death of the Crown Prince. The French Government have ordered all officials with Boulangist views to leave. Public indignation meetings have Itee.n held in Dublin protesting against the prjsou treatment of Win O'Brien.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
Certainly the best medicine known is Sander aud Sons' Eucalypti Extract. :Tcst its eminently powerful effects in couglia, colds, influenza ; tho relief is uiBtaiitnnoous. in serious oases, and acci dents of all kinds, be they woundfe, burns, scald ings, bruises, sprains, ft is the aafea^i}remedy— no swelling -no inflammation. X.ik« enrjmaing effects produced in croup, dinthoria,'broucliitiB, inflamma tion of the lungs, awcllings.-fcc. ; diarrhoea dyscn-' try, diseases of the kidneys and urinary' organs In mo at husjiitals and medical clinics, all. over the clobe ; patronUod by UU Majesty the King o Italy ; crowned with modal and diploma at Inter/ national Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved article, and reject all otters. Cart Harness £3 10s; Buggy HamcsJ [rom £3 8s at 3. U. Lanoxts'. ? Cart Collars from 14s at J. R. Lamokts'
Bodalla. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
Bodalla. The entertainment gwen at the Hall, Bodalla, on Monday, 21st /anuary, in aid of tin; funds of the Reading Room, was at tended with a success gratifying to nudieuce and performers. The entire originality of the amusement provided, was of a nature calculated at any time to win appmci ition, but especially so in the present instance, by reason or tlie skui and dexterity brought to bear upon their preparation by the ladies interested in the success of the undertaking. The programme opened with u furce entitled, ' Cool as a Cucumber,' (orignally written for Charles Matthews), and as the majority of our readers are probably acquainted with the plot of this nmusing little comedietta, it will l-e unnecessary to enter into detail. Mr. Eden «'as entrusted with the leading charac ter, that of ft youth, yclept Plumper, who, though born as he himself modestly states with a peculiarly eralted bent of genius, was nevertheless compelled to succumb to an overpowering smm: of bashfuhuiss and...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
TO THK EDITOR. Sib,— On the 2Gth inst, I visited Moruya for the purpose of witDeBsing th« Atheletie Sports, being an invalid, I drove on to the ground, not knowing that I infringed nny rules by sitting quietly in a buggy, when I was accosted by one of the committee, and presumptuously ordered off the ground, ha UllUllll lllli IMC **fc ifllU «M*l*I*^ -WBBU-lj uiaiau .-j..»»*. ? were not allowed on the ground. 1 was sur prised afterwards to see two other buggiei being driven about the ground, one being allowed to stand quite close to the running track, also a spring carL I was unable to go about on foot, suffering as I was from a fractured leg which I explained to the com mittee niau who ordered me off, but was told that tho rules must be obeyed. The geutleinon in the other buggies were allowed to remain. I think Sir you will hardly think it foir, at auy rate I do not. I was »nxious to see the sport, but was unable to do so. I am Sir Yours io. ?? CEIPPLE.' (We have gone to the trouble...
Opening of the New Roman Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
Opening of Uic New Roman Catholic Church. h wa- .. (:r.-..i .h.j f..r the Roman Cat holies nf M/irivi. :.-n! i.'i :i 'e-i-ei- dt-.^n-e f.ir tin- great CmIliIk r:,-.i... »!.r-UL-h..a the colony when on the -M-t .V:;;i.-i J 8JS7 the fonnda lii.ii M. in- ...' t',e -..?-.?, rii'inh UuililiiiK iv.13 1»;-1 Ly I'm K.-,. J-.ith.-r C.n-si.|y ; lint' the orJeal oi' tl.nl ilay |.a-- iX'.niiiumfk'umv when c..Mti-:Me.l v.ith ihe *pl™did ceremonial of SinidJir l-i-i, «Vm nw:i Jhe IViure* of tire Ci.iiirh. Us Ktiiiiifiit-c- Cardinal Murau. s.'enn.ly 1 -~e,l :ln,l ,le,lirtii..,l to the tiered service of Almighty (J.ul the now building which had \vi-n r.j;ii|.!rtc.l within the short s|i:iiv'oF Uj y«':ir*. Til- umforlnkingnC creeling a building to en-i .tTi.iin.! was a fonuirtsible iimta'tiikiinr for jo sum!! ;1 community, btrt how well ali hn\v w,,i-l;,.J and siicwcdeil'is evi dent-fid l.y the fii..t ih.it tn-day the compara tively sojali di'bl nf only J-H50 remains to lie paid. His Enimcnu! Cardina...