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Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XIV. 'Tbe train reached Waterloo pretty punctually, and Mr. Austiu Am brose s]«-ang out, aiid jjot into a cab. . 'Drive to Xo 9, Anglesea Terrace,' tic said. CHAPTEK XV. ! It was a we«k jiiiber Margaret's ?weddiug in the t»ouldy and dilapi dated old church at Seftoii, And she and Lord Blair — she aud her hus band, — wene sititiog on the clift' at Appleford looking I'ufc upon the sea, which lay at their feet like a level opal giisteniug in the rays of the morning sun. The history of those sevea -!ays oiight be epitomised in the three' words — They were happy. 'Happy with the happiness that few mortals experience. Lord' liiatr had %een iu love before his. marriage, but he was, — and, believe me, dear leader, what I am -going' to State is not too common, — he was more in love now, after these seven days, than before. Margaret was not a girl of whom sven the most fickle of mankind xmld tire easily, and Blair was not the most fickle. He had often declared that liis...
The Moruya Athletic Club Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
The Momya Athletic Club Carnival. On Saturday, the 20th ultimo, the sports ad vertised to fake jil-'-.-c on the Agricultural paddock (which '.van kindly lent for tho occa sion by the hvssce, Mr. M. Kivitiiu;), came off under the most favorable conditions. The weather was Sine and the attendance could not have lioen less than 800. The person who purchase.! the gate was indeed fortunate lit iin.tijmr mu^h & )t..ftdsi?inn rtrnfit nti hiu liar giiin. The first division of the Sheffield Handicap was drawn about 1 1 o'clock, and the racing iu the different heats was wonder fully exciting, the judges averring that they never iu their experience saw closer finishes. There were li ve heats, the result being that the following were left i:i, viz. : Messrs. McKainara, Chapman, Barling, Tier, O'Rrien, ITililjurd, McIIugh, 3;shop, Lynch and P. Davis. There were three heaU iu the second division, the first in each being McKainara, Tier a.u-l Bishop, who contested the limd with the folllow...
Moruya Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
Mornya Post Office. Mails f..r -y,tncy. Rrai.lwoo.l. nii.l Arslm-n close d»ily, h-i.i.iys rM-i:ntu.l. ut 10 lun. For Hog... O.I..U-HU. l!...liilLi. ;....! Ucr^lm, close daily, M.ui.liiVH i.\. ept4.il, .HP.:iO p in. Kor lwtcinan's linj- .,.,,) .'.j,,..,,. ??! ? Ill Slindnyi »tlOp.iii., imd oii'U'»Iii,.m1-.vs mill Kridayc at l.SOp.M.. Kor Ivi.iui closes Wm.ljv. auJ S-iturilaia at X3U |UM. Mails from .Sydney, lirni-l»vm.l, acirt Atnluen an: received daily, Mi.m.avs iMepUjd, nt9ii.ni. From Huga, -J.-l«r;:.i, liodulla, and licrgalia, daily, I'iui/.ivkc'xxviiUjiI, ot 10 p.m. Uatanuui'g liuy ami Ufa .iu MomUya.it 7.:!0 p.m. ; Tlamduvu at 1-2 ...mil, and on Xatimh.VH -IA ' hjmxm ttfter .uriv.tl of utcamer from Sydney. A SyAiey Ikij; is alwi received by this mail. Kiam \\ cduusd&yaand Saturdays Rt 12 mwti. iifpi(!e mints. The I'ost Office in ojici. regularly from 0a.m. until € p.m. cm weuk days, uud uu .Smnkiys fi-um 'J iliu. to 10 a.m. Money Onler and Savings lii.nk (lin.^ ojiun fro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
MEDICAL. DR. A. aTIoHNSTON, BEGS to tirl ? -iu-.l lu- li.,* .»i«li«!n«] tile lirar ticu of hi.- ij:-..f.-M.i..n in Mm-iiya, ui-il i,i»y l,o ! consulteii «t )i!b [.civil!' ii. i. Itm'c. next to Mr r-,, ' Itiotfs ppiv.it,- ,i-.vi-;liMS, v ?-.i,i[.li,-ll.,iiw-i. Hours ,.f cqi,»iiH.iliuu - !l a.m. to 3 v.m. Public Notice. W. A. LYNCH WAKES -this opportunity t-- Thank the imWio of 1 Mnruy.-i for THE VKHY LII5KRAL PAT ROKAiiK Iw-strnvcl on him iluring the In'.t three yearn, iim.I wislius to inform them that lie has n,«w onoiiul up n Hiilundia sto.-k of TWEEDS, ri)AT 1NU.-S mill SUITIXOS ; nil,! gentleman will riiul his r'rbiljVisbniettt replete with everv l-uuiiinite for a FIRST-CLASS TAILORING TRAOK As I confine myself to oi-.lcr work only, (.uiitWrnni m«y dcnellil oil having their onli-ra faithfully executed. I have on h.ilhl gimin s|il.-ii,liil Mnstfcl Th'CfiIii (which liuvc tnken 1st ym/na, l,olh on the Cnntiiieiit ami in tin- Colonies, ami are well n-conirwn'lcil) - nlso Burnt Ixaint...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
The sustained confidence of British e.ipitnii ista iu Australasian investments is highly encouraging. To this we owe very much of onr past progress. Colonists fire genci ally .credited with a patriotic ami pardonable weakness. They are proud of tJieir country and satisfied with themselves. Although they do not habitually draw the long-bow su fearlessly as sonic of our kiiiEnicn beyond seas, they do boast of their climate, Uic vast resources they nro developing, and the bril liant prospects they me warranted in indulg ing. Next to these things they put the energy and enterprise that in so brief a space -of time have achieved such groat results. For all this there is a good deal of jastiiici tiou. The activity aud volume of trade, and the means for currying it on ; the roads, rail ways, telegraphs, harbors, palatial ware houses, exchanges, aud other public buildings, with the busy streets of thriving cities, which stand in what was only the other day a wil .dorness, are visible and ta...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
? ' ? — mS^ THE ifiBMMERCIAL BANKING CO. of Sydney. 'HORUYA BRANCH. ?G*P'il ? £600,000. fReserred' Funds ? £GOO,O00. SReserre Cor Equalization of Dividends £ 1 J 5,000. ?A DVANCES made/bills dieconnted, deposits re --'- ceived, cheques collected, drafts i«suc.I on all tthe principal towns in the Australian colonies, also ;in Great Britain, and.all usualBanking business ttransacted at current rates. - :e. a. blcmfieed. *f*s &taiisLi»er. #:f ? ? — — ? €OACHBUILDESTG AHD WHEELWRICHTINC ESTABLISHMENT, Church -St., Moruya. A. MILLIKIN, 9T)KU&'to:uiform the public generally that 'he is tT- ? carrying on tin above work in mil its various Ibraauhe*. .Stock of the best Americas timber for buggy manufacture. . ; TTttubU Seated Buggies from ... £35 upwards. .?JBiagk .do, .-(... .... £30 .do. All other vuliirles at equally low prices. IBBggh-«nd'Ceaclies Repaired and :Re:painted on the shortest notice. IHORSESHOEING DONE ON THE PREMISES. Bricks! Bricks I ITTIHE UNDERSIGNED is .p...
SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
Sydney, Tuesday. ' F. L. Barker reports :— At my weokly sales on Friday prices were again very high, with no diminution in the demand that has lately lasted for several lines in southern chopped, I obtained £9 10s,' topping the market. The solicitors of Bathui-sl have presented an illuminated address to Judge Dockor, ex pressive of their confidence in him as ajudge. The political barometer now stands — Pro- tectionists 40 ; Freetraders 39. In Geelong nil Hie tw-end factories ure closed and will not open again uniras the men accept t'our shillings per -i'ly. Tli' W.I-.!;.-. Y.'.r-, „ in Ou-iv «,,.,,,,d ii-nii-si.^iinsi. i ? ii.in.nl i';nn, s.-.jr.-.l 17:1. ?MH. Homel.tisli m!i«, D7-J oittle yanli.'il. prime ....M well, iiinlimn and inferior' much e.-.-i.-r. .NSflo -sheep penne.l, sale? without animation aud prieos weaker.
LATEST NEWS. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 February 1889
LATEST NEWS. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. MrH. Clarke, Produce Merchant, Vic toria WJiarf; Sydney, reports — Butter, Cd to 9d Bacon, 8d to 9d Cheese, 4d to 6d Lard, 4d to 5d Hides, 3d to 3£d Bark, £8 to £9 Maize, 3s lOd E;;gs, 17d to 18d per dozen.
Our Late Premier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 February 1889
Our Late Premier. 'Sir Henry Parkes himself is donbtless accountable for the wreck of his party. His sulky refusal to speak when it was required of him, brought about a chance adverse vote in a thin House, and he goes out making enemies of his friends without making friends of his foes. All the freetraders in the New South Wales Assembly, who .count two to- every protectionist, feel tiiat Sir Henry Farkes has sold them and let in the enemy. They will go to the country with anvtni»«» rather than a good will to their 1«' .,!:.- and no man is more cordially hat ,'i ?!* Opposition side of the House than Sir V. ?';. Parkes, so that thn latter is not ?' ' ?? come back with any personal foljowi - : has had his day. It has not been day or a bright day — not marked -.-??? ?? great achievement. His name wil. ...um the history of the colony, but not for one thing that endears a man to bis fellows. If his son sinks under the present clood, never to rise again, it will go down unregretted, and w...
Dr. Parker on the Theatre and the Morality of Actors. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 February 1889
Dr. Parker on the Theatre and the Morality of Actors. A very great change, says Dr. Parker certainly taking place in the conviction fueling of Christian people regarding tbe 3ti AVe uui3t always distinguish between tlica nnd theatres. To sjicak of the theatre i . unit is simply unfair to the various asp which the term pnwnts. Soine theatres we disgrace oven perdition itself ; other tliea arc mure like churches as to decorum and to conduct generally than any institutions with which 1 n acquainted. Tbe au'lior nf a popular play called Smith and St'nneri invited me to go and sec its pcitnrinanee, and to give him n judgment »8 to its moral tone. I ac cepted the invitation, and on leaving tlm theatre I exclaimed !?? n-y friend-, 'God bless the man that wrote so admirable and so useful a play.' That piece wn* a dramatic sermon of tlie most powerful kind «s to doc trine, eloquence, and spiritual effect. I can safely defy nnv man to britij; a word of re proach upon the theatre presided over...
Experiments in Potato Growing. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 February 1889
Experiments in Potato Growing. Last winfcr, in New York, the editor of the Rural Xtir Y,.,Ur — me r,[ the most prominent agricultural journal!; in thn northni-n states, nnil which has forsnme tiinn carried on practical us wpII a theoretical tests in various systems nf fanning — made the statement thut if ho could not raise at tlie rate of ovor 700 liuslicls of potatoes to tbe acre un a -;iven plot on his experimental grounds by what he has called the ' Rural trench system '' of cultivation, let the season be favorable, lie would forfeit 50 dollars, if any oiif would pay the amount in case of his success, the money in cither event to bo de noted to some chnrit»ibl(i purpose. The challenge was taken up l-y Mr. Wilroer At kinson, the editor of the Farm Journal. It may lie mentioned that the Rural has toler ably extensive grounds, and as the contest prninisr-d to lie more than usually interesting to agncuKaivts, the matter was taken up in thornBKh eai / - Tim 'see./ toes were cnt accord...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 February 1889
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The Execution of Prado. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 February 1889
The Execution of Prado. The Pall Mill -!avfte of Decemi*r 28, which arrived on Friday morning per the Orient stomier Ligurift, says, under tlm heading ' Vrado Executed in Paris To-day.' ' Prado met his dentil with courage, but made no confession, and declined the minis trations of the prison chaplain.' Otlier accounts nf the execution state that Prado at first tried a show of (something tike his old bravado, but it was eviiiejit. to those present thut he was all the time suffering terribly. He protested his innocence to tho last, and said there was no justice in this world. He allowed himself to be bound without resisting, but the sight of the guillotine knife appeared to hypnotise him Prado was askrjd whethur he hud any revelation to make, but he re plied in the negitive. He refused to dis close his real name, and died mnid the execrations of tho assembled moh, who. it. may be added, had passed the night in sink ing comic airs to while »wny ihe time liefore the execution. Pnido was...
WESLEYAN M[?]TRODIST CHURCH. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 February 1889
WESLEYAN MnTTHODIST CHUBCH. Fmuy. ?Wed. m-KiaraTiia, Rev. F. W. fUborta. Fri. 16— Bomui.iru 7.38, Bw. F. W, Roberta. Sun. 13— Batcman'a May Jl, M«» at 3, and Mcniya Jj», An. K. W. tMwrta. Sun. 21— Moray* U, Mr. A. Hutching*, 7.30 Mr. J. Enunott ; Amlutm It and 7.30, Rev. F. W. KolwrU, jwd V«U'a Creek at 3.
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 February 1889
News in Brief. The Political barometer at present stands, Frwt miters tiO ; I'ruiecUonists 5*- ; wiili i6 iiiomk'i'S to be reiiii'MttL. UVwhy »he I'roti'rli'inist candidate for Kimua forfeited his £4H deposit, as he did ii'i ]Kill tlie nctvn^irv nmuber of vot*s. Kiiiinn, evidently is not 'gone 'oil l'rowctiun. The Hon. Jas. White's winnings in stakes alone up to the present amount to .£80, 000. Tbe Moruya A. and P. Society at their next show give away £200, in prizes irres pective of specials numbering 4G. The South Anotralinn £l,3l)n,0u() lmn was n Inilure, only £!-.r-H,«tM Iw ^ibstrilx-d. Tlie brokers lx-yr-it-«l Ur loan iimnisi' tin; mini mum wns too high. At a meeting of the Froncb Cabinet the proposal to arre«l llniilnii^cr fur cunspinu:} a£iiiusL the Itcpulilic was lust. If carried, i I would Imvc been llie incuns of steeping Tramr iu blond. A violent collision has just occurred m the English Channel and 100 'lives lost. W. Joyues a lad ageil 15, hiis been ar rested for forgin...
Passing Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 February 1889
P&ssiag Thoughts. The bolls of time are ringing changes fast ; we wish that each fresh peel may usher in an era of advancement, that each change prove an effectual, lasting, happy gain. Tib high time that progress, not stagna tion, should be the rule in the pretty town of Moruya, and surely under the new regime of the Progress Committe, the way is being paved for a Local Government Bill, so oft shelved by the Grand old Giant— a would-be Gog and MaGog. ♦ ? ♦ England's Secretary *w Wi«' has jnst an nounced that 'a war-cloud was hanging over Europe, which most soon bnrst, producing the most ferocious war ever known.' May England remain apart from any entangle ment in those European quarrels, and solely maintain intact her ovn and her colonial righto and liberties, aud in this policy her strength and safety may bring her through the fiery trial with greater honor and glory. ? ? ? Oowper's poetic ken was inspired with a grand thought when he ?wrote—' They are Free-men, whom The B...
The Tyranny of Monopoly. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 February 1889
The Tyranny of Monopoly. For over 30 years this district lias been suffering under the iniquitous freights charged by the L S. N. Co, and safiering it too with diat^neterecalmimssAiKl indifference which has ever characterised our longBuffer ing ooiutuuuity. And they appear to like it ; they steadfastly and conservatively set their faces against innovations or reforms of any sort, and we verily believe it mnotbet statin ship Coy. were to offer to curry their produce for 12s 6d per too, they would at once grow BUBpiuious, and imagine the interloper was trying to ' get at them.' In effect they ? liquid say, one pound per toil freight has suited us very well, and why should we now ask for a reduction of nearly fifty per cent ? Well, use, Aey say, is second nature, and I presume we will have to stand the 'tyranny of monopoly' in the shape of freights for a long tine to come, unless we assert ourselves, and by united action remedy the evil. But the last developmatit of the tyrannical mons...