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Moraya Post Office [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

Mornya Font O;Tir.e -':.i'» f.n .Sj.lni-y. !?---.- i,i,-.-..,.,l. ,,ii.l ArMlin, i-losc dililV. l-Vid.-.y- .??;.-,'|.|.-,l :il |.| ,, ,„ I-'.'- I*.— :..'i:..l..,i-.-c. liwlnlh 1,11,1 lior-.-li:., close flnily. M ...,li.ys .??-.??.-!.?.? i.;,t!l.:-j»|'.iii. iurHii ? ii'. il:iy:in.l .M..--n .:.-,.? '11 .Mm.lnys at III p.m., itii.1 1,11 ' U ,.,|i,,.*!3ys sw.l I'nMavn lit 1.: :io ,,.,... r.ir Kic.raclcis.os'lVttliin-.luyn.iii.i riutunlavn at i.-W ],.».. .Mails from Sy.Im-y, liraMworxt, 'mil Aralncn arc 11 ? iviil -Uily, 'M(ivinv.-c\-vptol, at9p.m. l-'i.mi ll.^li, O-l«iii,i-, Koilnlln, ami lWolia, -lni)y. FiuiuirK cM-.-plc.-il, at 10 11. in. I late; ? i/a liny iin.l M.w- -m Mmnlayiat T-W p.m. : Tliiirsliivttnl llriimiu, nn.l mi Satuniayx --i Jiciirx .iftfi- i.iriiv.1 --i steamer from Svdniiy. A Sy.lil.y Im- is ulso rccdvol Uy thin mail.' Kiuiii Wiiliuaiinyie iin.l Kalllnlnya lit 12 nnull. ? -HJCK HOVKH. Tlie I'ost Ollicc is npuii regularly from 0 .1.111. until Ii p.m. cm week clny-H, and...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Strychnine Treatment for Snake-bite. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

The Strychnine Treatment for Snake bite. The Albury cori-esjviixlent of the Mel bourne -?!-/« writes : — ' The ollicac-y of strych nine treatment in cases of snakebite, as pro pounds! by Dr. Mueller, of Yaclnuidandah ami winch has lately attracted some atten tion in medical circles, Ji.is received ad ditional testimony of considerable value. A girl lmiiieil Evans, residing wit.li her parents on Wodonsra Hats, near the River Murray, was bitten on tho kick of one of her hands hv a l.rntvn .snul-o %-'iptO!u* 'f pmVniiirig were ni'iuifosled nbout an hour aft crwards and the girl was Uiken to Dr. Kennedy's surgery and treated by Dr. Mahoiicy, of Melbourne, who was acting as Im'iim tmeiis. He injected strychiiine, similar f« ilie tnniuiflr in which amoniu is used in snake-poison cases, and the patient, after remaining in a partly comatose state for about an hnur, quickly recovered, being able to leave for home shortly after wards. Tlio iMiKlititui of the patient has Hincclipen waUlied car...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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PRESBYTERIAN. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

i'RKSIlYT'SniAN. March. Mtli— Meeting of General .Wemlily. 17th— Monmi 11, Coila 3. l'niycjr meeting at Mr. Whiter , 7.30. 18th— NciTl^undali 7.30. lfltli— Tilki Tilba 7.30. 20th— ]fernmi;iii 7.30. 24th— Mornya II, lintcman's T.ny 4, Nclligen 7.30. a-itli-Kai.ilo 7.30. 2Utli— Hurras U:ke 7.30. 31st— Muriiju 11, Coila.'). -). H. ARC1UHALD.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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CHURCH SERVICES. DIVINE SERVICES will be held (D.V.), as follows:— CHURCH OF ENGLAND. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

CHURCH SERVICES. DIVINE S1SRVJCJCK will be held (d.v.), as fullowa :- CHURCH OF ENGLAND. M.cucn. Sun. 10— Mnmva 1 1 and 7.30. .Sun. 17— loniiiUi 11 (Holy Communion) ; Momya. 7.30. K. J. Kl'ENCKR, Inciimlicnt.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

Sydney, Tuesday. The Government will not tako any steps for the payment of Civil Servants without first obtaining supply. Letters written in London on February first will be delivered in Sydney to-morrow, beiug 33 days only in transit. Tho Catholic young men's Social Club last night presented Cardinal Moran with a gold chalice, and service of church plate. Edwin Jenkins, iron-founder of Mellxiurno and land boomer, has filed his schedule, for .£87, 700. Sir John Robertson has been elected President of the Paddington branch of the Froetrado Association. The Queensland Government have accepted .£15,000, for the right to advertise for three years on the back of postage stamps. A vnlunble silver lode has been found close to Stewards mine near Mudgcc. Lochicl is first favourite for the Australian Cup. ~Homebush Sties. — '00 cattle yarded, prime sold well at advance of 15s to 20s ; others unaltered. 14.G72 sheep penned, market easier all round. It is unlikely that the house will come to a ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bateman's Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

Bateman's Bay. From ouu ows Cop.uesposdent. Things ,-ts usual, have l-oen quiet with us this week, so we think wp. cannot do bettor tliiin have a good growl at 4he state of our roads, they arc simply in a disgraceful con dition, although our ro:ul Suiierjntendant has been spoken to over and over again alioui them, he suems to ignore us altogether, per haps when some serious accident occurs some thing nwy be done. [Try our Members. — Ed. M.T.) Tho Milton cricketers send a tnam to play our club next Saturday. They defeated us on their own ground at the. commencement of the season, but we confidently hope to rovprse 1)10 order of things next Saturday. The Police Court held on the 1st inst. be fore G. Hauusell, Esq., P.M., the following cases were disposed of : — Huggart v. Barling — Breach of the Public Instruction Act. 'So appearance of informant ; ca.se dismissed. Same v. McDonald — same ofl'encc ; no ap pearance of informant; case dismissed. McDonald applied for expenses against the...

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 — 6 March 1889

Passing Thoughts. The 'unassisted eye ' of the D.T. can see no need for old England preparing war resources for tho nearing outbreak of a European war, but its totlier cyo sees clearly Sir Henry is the man of destiny, and that protection against free imports that injure our native industry, is doomed to vanish by tho breath of the old-time voteran pressman. Can infatuation go farther 1 ? » » Tis not oft wo listen to a preacher who treats, of tho signs of tho times, and who on the lines of Holy Writ points out that disintegration is therein foretold as a stern reality, that the over broad lines of Europe aro being obliterated, and that an entire reconstruction is inevitable, and that this is the logic of events. The nature of tho change, or at what price of blood and of treasure the change-eventuates none but the supreme can scan. But England's statesmen see plainly the wir-clotid grows denser as it overspreads the Eastern hemisphere, aud see all peoples stand in awe of the fury of i...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wagonga. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

Wagonga. (Prom our Coiuiespondent). The Wagonga and Corunna Progress Committee held, a meeting on the 25 ultimo, and decided to ask that a dwelling be built for the new teacher, Mr. Welsh, who is a married roan. As the Wagonga Heads hotel is nearly a mile from tho school, the incon venience to the teacher is considerable. I Tuigni nieuuon mat lur. vraiun commenced duties last Monday with an attendance of 30 scholars. Tho corn crops am more or less affected with plight, and potatoes aro scarce. Grass is plentiful, ann (be stock look splendid. A painful accident happened one of Mr. R. H. Bate's sons. (Willie). He was doing a bit of ' Blondiu ' business on the top rail of a fence, when his foot slipped, causing him to fall nnd Iirrak liis .inn just above the wrist. Mr. Recce, of TiiUa, skilfully set the limb and the lid is now advancing towaids convalescence. Our Port is rather lively at present, two sailing boats and tilt' powerful S. S. Union being in hnrlniiir Kadi;. 3 with timber. ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

'Wild Margaret, CliAP'J'KU XV. ' YVs. Ha»-- 3V111 luit fj-uesseiJ ? The ollior .voniini.' MargaretV i'm-.r. tlii.siistl. ' N«,' she sail I. 1 Yes, there was another woin.'in, I disci -vi!iv-l il l-y n.'citlent. 1 saw tlicui Uigct]ii:r, and knew in (in instant why hi; hail left me. Sho ?was beautiful, more beautiful than I, and looked a Jady, which I never w:is. A.n«l — and it was not ivoiideiful that lie sJjouJJ Jcave me -^a poor, siuijile girl ? ' ' It was wicked, cruelly wicked,' exclaimed Margaret hotly. Tho gill sobbed. ' I did not know who she was. She looked good — and yet it was her fault. I went home — after seeing them — and waited for him to come that I might tax him with it. But he never came back-. He sent me money — but I would not touch it. 1 — 1 had my savings, and I lived on them ? ' ' That was J%ht, — that was right,' murmured Margaret, her womanly heart aglow. ' And — and I thought that I could learn to let him go, and live without him. lint — but it was too hard a...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Bateman's Bay Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

^^ — ? ? ? Bateman's Bay Races. Through the courteiiy of the Secretary of the Bateman's Bay race club we are in a position to give our readers the following entries and weights : — Maiden Plate. McMahon's Historian (aged). C. McCauley'« Ruby (aged). P. McCauley's Fair Hope (3 yrs.) Miss Lynn's Victor (4 yrs.) Batsman's Bay Handicap. st. lb. E. Grumley's Forest Queen ... 9 2 C. McCauley's Ruby ? 8 10 J. Bishop's Our Nell ? 7 0 P. McOauley's Ixion ? 7 0 TOWN PI.ATE. R. H. Harrison's Examiner ... 9 4 McMahon's Historian ? 8 0 E. Grumloy's Torest Queen ... 8 0 J. Bishop's Our Nell ? 6 0

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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BODALLA. The forthcoming Church of England Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

BODaLLA. The forthcoming Church of England (Fhom on; own romiEsi-osriEST.) TJie enterprise and £;eiierosity of some of our friends leads us to believe that the IW.aar to Iw hold in April for lliu Church of England Building Fund will be a pronounced success. We have boon favoured with a view of the articles which Sirs Edward Jlort, of Derra quin, Hod.il la, has given and gathered to gether for her stall. Wo were simply amnzed at tho great profusion nnd variety. ?Mrs. Mort herself contributed largely to this fair show, and she has receiver! generous as sistance from Mrs. Thomas Mort, the Rev. ErncstjMort and M r Robert Mort. The latter gentleman has contributed fifty pounds worth of fancy articles, each article displaying the taste of tlie donor, and 'peaking of no small amount of labour in selection. Among tho many attractive goods we were most impressed with the immense collection of vases, gluss ami China ornaments. Most of these arc entirely fresh in design and one is bewildered i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

JiAWv, MAIZK, l')i;s, CALVES. LEATH1SK mid M.MI.SLii'lAL SK1XS. F. L. BUSKER, I'RODUOE ALTLTI(lKKF.ft)w 1.1VK V[^K ' ' '-SjiV^'. STOCK A STATJOX AGKNT, Ci|U:u 1- Alt QUAY, SY1INKY, Hor.ns wrcrcKnv sai-* .ifiiumWCf, uf*., i.f WOOL, llJJir»lilTT^llllir T\L low, in)i{£*ri{oKiz$,jM. - '- ? —??? lliglickt M.ivkct valuiM^^*&.tnrnB prompt. Advuncea wliwi required. ]5»gs foruar.lcd. N.K.— See wcohly report in this paper. GEO. It llOSE, HAIRDRESSER, TOBACCONIST, and Fancy Goods Dealer. IN returning tlianka to the iiilialrituntii of Mnniya am) Min-ouniling .listriet for tlio libaro! pjtn.ii ? age bestowed upon me in the past, 1 liavc tile lilui miix! of letting the public l'iow that 1 limv jiwt opened an Assortment of — ?'?' Fancy Goods, Pipes, Tobaccos, AND CICARS OF THE VKRV BEST MANUFACTURE AND BRANDS, mid to ™t the times I will sell my (.onils at SMALL J'ROHTS AND QUICK RKTUltNS, anil by ao -luing hopo to retain the conliilunei! of the gciicml public, and respectfully solicit u eo...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

Correspondence. Wo wWi it t-. lie riiuinet'.y midoratoo.l thnt we do not imlil 'iirw.'lvi's icBponsililc for tlic.oiiiniunK uxpiuiM-il by -iur cnrrcairanilcnts

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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A Horse and Hen Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

A Horse and Hen Story. Here is a horse story that equals the one of the hens that became so accustomed to moving, that whenever they saw a covered waggon they would lie on their backs ready to have their legs tied. He has changed hands so often that every time a stranger comes around he opens his mouth to have his teeth examined, so that his age may be arrived at. Adelaide is full of dangerously thoughtful and mature children. ' Mamma,' said one of them — a G-year-old ? the other day, ' ain't there any more senses 'cept seeing, hearing, feeling, tasting and smelling V 'No, my child,' answered tho mother ; it is usually considered that those five are enough.' ' Well,' said the little one, with an air of deep conviction, ' I s'pose talking would be called a sense if there wasn't so muoh non sense about it.' The Sunday-school class was singing, ' I want to be an angel.' ' Why don't you sing louder Bobby?' asked tho teacher ' lm singing as loud as 1 want to be an angel,' explained Bobby...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

PROSPECTUS OF THE WAMBAN GOLD-MINING COMPANY., LTD., MORUYA. Capital ? ,£20,000. In 20,000, Shares of £1 each. (TO BE REGISTERED 'UNDER THE COMPANIES ACT). THE Vendors of tlie property to receive 10,000 shares fully paid up as payment for the property, tho rvnuiining l(l,U00nli.iros toWoflVred tn the publi.: a« follows :— 3.1 on .i|.]-licatioli, .Id on allot ment, nml Ihu kilawo in culls of 4r1 ]ier month until milDcicnt capital in cnllnl up to make the mine dividend paying. I'Voni every mtimatc it is confidently expected that not more than 10s will --? required to be called up. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS. A. O. Blomfield Esq., Sydney. John Einmott Esq., J.P., Moruya. T. T. ftannonEno,., J.I\ Mnrnyn. Ernest Haw Jon Esq. Moruya. E. J. Coman Kaq., J.P. Moruya. W. D. Tarlinton, Esq., J.P., Dredbatoura. W. F. Coman Esq., lilenduurt. Thos. Rawlinson Esq. Ticga, .lohu O'Rielly Ksq,, J.P., Cobargo. John Farraher Esq., Cindclo. SOLICITORS— Messrs. Rawlinson & Bland, Boga and.Moruya UROKE...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

TO THE KDITOIt. When passing tho Agricultural Society's grounds the other day, 1 noticed some sheep in the Hall paddock, and gate being locked I well knew they were not trespassing. Upon enquiry 1 ascertained that the paddock was let to ilr. J. Mclntosh up to the end of tho yoar, for £2. I remember noticing in your columns an account ot a committee meeting of Hie A. & P. Society, where it stated that the large paddock was to be let by auction, and tho Hall paddock reserved, and further, at the auction sale of the lease tho same statement was made. Now Sir, I don't object to the paddock being let, but I do most emphatically pro tost against tho ' hole and corner ' way in which it was done. Why was not some public intimation given' so that all would have the right of tendering in a fair and square manner ^ I, for one would have been prepared to give six times the rent for the paddock, and possibly others would give even more. 1 beg space in your journal to expose this unfnir p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

Certainly the best medicine known is SENDEE and Sons' Eocalyi-ti Kxtract. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, coldB, inQacnza ; the relief is iusfauitaucous. In serious cases, and acci denta of all kinds, l-c they wounds, bums, scold ings, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy — no swelling— no inflammation. l,ikc surprising effects produced in croup, dipthcria, bronchitis, inflamma tion of the lungs, swellings, &c, ; diarrhoea^ dyaen try, diseases of the kiduevs and urinary organs In use at hospitals and medical clinics all over the flobe; patronised by His Majesty tho Kuigo taly ; crowned with medal and diploma at Xnterf national Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved article, and reject all others. Men's Saddles complete, from £3 cash, at J. E. Lamonts'. Notice. THE ODDFELLOWS ANNIVERSARY St'ORTS will bo bold on Queen's Birthday, May 24th. Foil particulars iu a futarc issue. THOS. E. WALTKR, Secretary. Freehold Farm for Sale. FOR SALE by private cont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

DIE COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. n of Sydney. '' MORUYA BRANCH. g Capital ? £000,000. Reserved Fmi.ls ? £010,000. Resorvefor lvju.ilimtion of Dividends £150,000. ADVANCKS nm.lc, liills ilinconntcil, deposits re ceived, diM|iics eollcutwl, drafts iraucl on all tho principal tans in tlio Australian colonies, also -» iii Gi-ent ltiitaiii, nnil all usual tanking business ' transacted at current rates. E. A. 13L0M FIELD. MnnnijRr. in COACBBIJILMNG AND IVHEEIWRIGHTSRG - ESTABLISHMENT, Ciivucii St., jIouuya. A. M1LMK1N, lirancliw ' ' ? j -' Stock !.f l!io W-sl Aninie.ii liniU-i- for l.i.j-y i .n.)ui,it s,-.it. -.1 Kiihh'1 ? ?????-» ? *::??; »p™1|!& \ Sil .Ml other ™lii.-lw «1 e4.M-.ij low pun*. Bugp«»..-U-o.-i.-l.e.s l..r:,hv.i a«.l Rc-iwil.t.s.1 -.« 5 the i-hor!.*! l:ut:a.i. j ^ HOKSIKIIOKJN'! DONK «-X THK l'KKMlM-X fl^HKUXUKK.-IflXKK '?* ih-.-ib.iv-1 in supply X liOOli \VKU.!'Al:M-.ii!'.i;.Lf..-, n. '.iy qualltiti. » ..t tl.e Kiln .1-2 per I Mi) : ?«? .!e.liv.T..l - ^DR HAfflilSOlT' HA...

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LATEST NEWS. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

LATEST NEWS. BY TELEOEAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. Mr H. Clarke, Produce Merchant, Vic toria Wharf, Sydney, reports Butter, I0d to 12d Bacon, Sd to 9id Cheese, 4d to 6d Lard, 4d to 5d Hides, 2d to 2£d Bark, £8 to £'J Maize, 3s 9d Eggs, la 8d per dozen.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 6 March 1889

Wk tako it that every resident of tlie dis trict if asked if lie would like to see the town of Moruya nuK-ching in the vnn of progress, would slaro at the interrogator, and wonder why lie was at large and not confined within the walla of a lunatic asylum. Since then we all wish prosperity to our town uud dis trict, anything that tends to that end has an undoubted claim on our support, Moruya is one of the oldest towns in the colony, and the most enthusiastic patriot must admit that its progress has not heen marked by leaps and bounds, but rather that our present position has been attained by the 'stage- coach' process. To our credit be it said that we, as a community, aro thrifty and cautious, aud as a natural result many bavo managed to accumulate a substantial bauk balance, as a glance at the fixed deposit registers of our local banks would no doubt prove. But is this fact, — gratifying as it un doubtedly must bo to the happy possessors of these balances, — a sign of commercial ?v...

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