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Sudden death of Sir Anthony Musgrave [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 10 October 1888

Sudden death of Sir Anthony Musgrave Sir Anthony Musgravc Governor of Queens land died very suddenly lost night. He was in his usual spirits lit 7 o'clock when he wns seized with severe para. Syncope ensued and he expired shortly after midnight will John Dillon declare, that the Irish land lords have become inspired with new cour age, and he appeals to tenants to strike, another blow.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Homebush Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 10 October 1888

Homebush Sales. 789 cattle yarded, and prices closed at ad vance of 15s on last weeks rates. 14,280 sheep penned, prices firmer and] advanced for best quality.

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 — 17 October 1888

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Wild Margaret: CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

Wild Margaret.' CHAPTER IX. * I will try,' she inurtuered in so low a voice that it is wonderful that : he should have heard it. But he did hear it, and leaning forward, caught her in his arme ana iliewherto him until her head rested on his shoulders, her face ! against hie. j Then, as his lips clung to hera in the first love kiss that man had ever imprinted there, she drew back, » startlect and trembling. * ' Margaret, dearest, ' he exclaimed, in tender reproach, attempting to take her in his embrace again. ' No, no,' she panted. ' Not yet — not yet I am not sure ? ' ' Of me, of my love, dearest ? Not sure,' he murmered reproach fully. * Not 6ure of myself,' she said, locking her hands together. ' I — I must think, I cannot think now. Ah, you have bewitched me ? ' and she put her hand to her brow, and looked down to him with a far away, puzzled look. ' I want to be alone, to think it all over. It seems too — too wild and improbable ? ' ' Think now, dearest. Give me your hand. I wil...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sequel to a Bushranging Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

Sequel to a Bushranging Story. The sequel to tbe story of Frank Gardiner, the bushranger, has (according to a Mel bourne journal) just been told by a Cali fornian paper. Before his capture he had been intimate with a young girl, fresh from England, who bore him a daughter. It was his intention to have married the mother of his child, but his trial and lengthened term of imprisonment prevented him from doing so. Before his release she died, and the first thing he did on quitting prison was to visit his daughter and make suitable pro vision for her future welfare, but left her in ignorance as to bis own antecedents. He quitted these colonies for San Francisco, where he opened a saloon in Kearny-strest, near Broadway, whence he moved to the city froat, his place being the resort of seafaring men, more especially those plying between that port and the colonies. He remained on the front until his health failed him, when he went into the interior, where he eventual- . ly crossed tbe unkno...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Costin v. Leoni— This was a claim for £5 J8s fid, balance for wood sold and delivered, to which the defendant by his ? attorney, Mr. Pollock, pleaded not indebted and payment The plaintiff did not produca his books or produce any evidence in support of his case Iwyond simply saying that the defendant owed him the amount sued for and that the account for wood was rendered separately from goods bought privately by th« defendant. However, in cross examination, bv the defendant's attorney it was shown that the plaintiff had rendered the wood ana private account from time to time together and from account produced the amount sued for by the plaintiff was not due, as alleged, the evidence being thus inconsistent. The Bench non-suited the plaintiff with £2 2s defendant's expenses. Ah War v. D. Coman— This case, in which £5 was claimed for ring barking 40 acres of land at 3s 6d per acre,'was called on. and the plaintiff appearingwas asked by the Clerk of Petty Sensiona-. ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

Dancing ! Dancing ! ! MECHASTC'S IffSTIT¥TE, ASBJJCI Duneine AwwmWy will be TxM weryT0ESDAY™a THURSDAY Night* froui'7^3 to 10.20. .KaetUcut flnncc Mubk Kill be provide1! Udmissixni ls-d : Ladies Tree. SHORTHAND. ??(PITMAN'S SYSTEM.) Ufl \ MR. J. ». CLEAB? will give lnBtru«ion in the above art at KeatWs Hotel1 every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY Nighte froB. 8.30 tn 10 o'clock. Terms— 3 Lessons, 2a 63. ; Tenders WILL be received at Moruya up tothe Mud of October tor works on Roads, Meruya to: ' Varregce, and Old Man lied to Heads Read. ; Spem£catio» may he sees at Court House, : iloruya. I Tenders £o be .sndoneil andaddiessedto , W. I. BUNOOCK, Road Sjuper. Howya, 16th Oct., K888. 3HTEOB0DALLA Mechanics' Institute. BOD1LLA«^STRELS Will mve 'one «ff fiiefr mm lar ENT£KtAIJf MENOS Id ai3 oTtbe above, afcfi iroVxlsBaOB Thursday Tvemng, :28fe October, 1888, 11k -whole ooncluaing with a DANCE. Admission to Concert, 2a. -CbOorsa ball price. „ ,. Dance, la. *'? -rs open 7.30 p. «n. Commence...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Drink and Crime. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

Drink and Crime. TnE Chief Justice, Sir F. Darley, presided the other evening at a temperance meeting in the New Masonic Hall. At the close, re plying to a vote of thasks, he made some ?remarks which all good citizens should read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest. He said : — 'the Rev. lectuier, Father Kavanah, had -alluded to the opinions of the late Chief Jus tice of England that most of the crimes might be traced, directly or indirectly, to drink. He (Sir Fredrick) had not much experience, having only been two years on the Supreme Court Bench in the colony ; but during that short time lie «ould certify to the correctness of the opinion that hod been expressed by the late Chief Justice of England. He ventured to say that seven-tenths of the crime commit ted iu this colony could be traced, directly or indirectly, to drink. The first assize he went to he was forced to remark that .every single case ho tried wag directly traceable to drink. They had a. duty to perform, and through th...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

W'ESLEYAN METHODIST CHUECH. ?October. Sun. 21— Moruya 11, Mr. J. Emmott ; 7.S0, Mr. 3. Cropp ; Curunna 2.30. Mr. 3. Negus. ;Sun. 58-Moruya 11 and 7.30, Hev. F. W. Ro berts, nnd Mogo at 3 ; Xomakis 3, Me A. Jlutcliiugs. F. W. A. EGBERTS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

The beat medicine known itSAKDER and SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, lest ite emiaent powerful effects in coughs, colds influenza, etc., — the relief is instant&eous. His Majesty the King of Italy, ana medical syndicates all over tbe globe are the patron. Bead the Official reports that aocompany each bottle. Mosler, M.O., Prof. University, GreifswaldTeportn :— The Euca. Extra, sresed magnificently succerful severe contusions, finises, -sprains, wounds sosldmgs, broke* Tibs and limbs. (Med. Journal., Ncv., 1881). In diseases of the Kidneys, either active congestion or sup pression (uraemia), aUiuraiuuriu, dropsy, lithiasU, nothing will equal in its action Eucalypti Extract. Doses, 5 to 8 drops. Moskr. M.D., Prof. Dnivers sity, Greifswald, reporte:— Diphtheria. Tonsile continually coherent, presenting. ulcers with whit, xadats. Cured in 14 cays. Surgical Clinc of Prof. M'Intyre Colleague of PhyaicianB and surgeouB, St. Louis— ScirrhUB of Breut— Excision, Eucaiypt Extract employed. Xo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

BROWN— HAKKUS. October let, atfteTesi -luuceraf tiie bride's parents, Moruya, by the Uev. K.JL Hponccr, Thomas Glovks, eldest sod d! C*7*tu-D John Watson Brown, ship-' Tiing master of the port of Sydney, to Eckomi KlOKA, eldest daughter of William Hatkus, Esq. Hhe ^orut^a Hfprneiv Fair, FtarUm, Frtc , Moruya, Wednesday, Octoder 17, 1888.

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Good Templary at Coila. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

-Jood Templary at Coila. ?Qn Wednesday night the 10th instant, the members of the ?' Gem of the Lake ' Lodge, I. O. G, T., JieJd a social reunion in the Tur linjah Assembly Hall. Although this lodge is genera 't * l as the Coila Lodge it holds its meet .ga ? alternate Saturday in the above name' - 1. . Invitations were issued to the mem' -d the 'Star of Moruya' Lodge, whu.. were liberally responded to. At tbe appointed time the expected guests arrived to thn number of upwards of sixty, ': which with about 30 members ofthe'Gem' made a total assemblage of upwards of nintey members of the I. O. G. T. Shortly before eight o'clock the Lodge was called to order by bro. Kay, Acting C. T. »f the ' Gum,' a: d after a Jittie formal business had been transacted, the Lodge was declared adjeurned, and the real business,' or rather the enjoy ment ef tbe evening r.omruenced. The sisters of the1' Gem' had provided an abundance of the good things usually predominating on such occasions which were ha...

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THE EMPEROR FREDERICK'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

IHEEMPESOE FREDERICKS DIARY. The publication of n portion of what pur. ports to be the diary kept by the late Emperor Frederick is causing no small stir in political circles, especially in Germany, And well it tnay. The selections m far to hand deal with incidents flint TrtaHy affected the coarse of history, and over winch the veil of secrecy had Iwen carefully drawn until now. They affect fho reputation of several dead potentates and also of living statesmen. The ' revelations ' to which tie keenest interest attach are those relating to how Cermany ?was matted. The, Emperor Frede rick's -diary say s both .the EmjDeror William and Prince Bismarck hesitated to take tbe initiative, and that it was the writer who pressed the forward increment that was so happily crowned with success. This is quite contrary to the popular idea, and of course tends to pull Bismarck off the high pedestal on which lie has so long stood. The popular , mind has long endowed Bismarck with the iron will, the f...

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Eurobodalla Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

Eurobodalla Court of Petty Session*. October 11th, 1888, before G. Maunsell, Esq , P.M., and C. Brice, Esq., J.P. Pritclwrd v. Crosby and Henry—The com plainant sued the defendant* for £1 6s, bal' anCG OI Wftgca uuu) *» vi»w» m»»%™ ™- ? The complainant proved that he hnd only been paid at the rate of 7s per day instead of 8s per day, as agreed, which left the ahiount sued for, due to him. The defendant, Crosby averred that his partner had made the agreement, but for the work done by the complainant, he never paid more than 7s per clay The Bench granted an order for pay uie«t of £1 6s, with 4b lOd costs of court.

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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 — 17 October 1888

LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. Mr H. Clarke, Produce Merchant, Vic toria Whar£ Sydney, reports— j Butter, 1b to Is 6d Bacon Sd to 7d Cheese 7d to 9d ? Lard -3d to « Hides 3d to 3|d Bark, £6 to £S Maize, 3s Od Eggs, lOd to Ud per dozen. Sydney, Tttesday. Six men were brought uj. at Newcastle, charged with rioting at VVallsend, and were remanded. The Bulli miners have gone -on strike for increased pay, A wan giving name of Henry Dominie De Vere, bailed up the inspector, manager, and teller of the E. S. and A. C. Bank, Balmain, but eventually fled without securing any spoil, and was subsequently captured. Lord Oimngton has promised to lay the foundation stone of a new Hospital at Y-ass, on Thursday. Homehush sales, 990 cattle j-irdcd, prices slightly lower. 5,500 sheep penned, prime I firmer, others ma-ltercd.

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BY CABLE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

BY CABLE. LONDON, Monday. New French constitution proposes that one tbirc! of members of Senate and Cham ber of Deputies shall retire every two years. Senate to be elected by delegates nominated by the Communes. The power of President and Senate to dissolve Chamber is to fee abolished, and Cabinet shall only resign upon direct vote of want of confidence. Emperor William and Count Herbert Bis marck have assured the Pope that the Italian nnd German treaty precluded the recognition of claim of the Papacy to temporal power. Germany intends to strengthen her navy by building 10 ironclads and 12 gunboats. Hamburgh has entered German Zollvcrien and surrendered her priveiegcs at a free port. Dr. Bergmoun designates Sir More! Mac enzie as a liar anil charges him with ignor ance of pathology. ?Spain will assist «ther powers in prohibit ing rise of arms and the . snle of alorfiol in Focifio Islands.

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 — 17 October 1888

Moruwi PMt^ffice. Kn\*b*jgtfBgjpBnuawoo&,u-AAnium x ,**&-£-7CoUrgo, Bodalla, ud Bergalia, eU. . iJ^Monuav.excepted.at 9.30 p.m. i ,, : i*3*)r;Batonnui's Bay and Mogo, close on 8nnda .- ir .-.,'? at 10p.m., .and on Wedceadays and Fndajs '. l.Mji.m. Fur Kiora closes Wednesdays and Satudam -0 .£30 p.m. Maib from Sydney, BiaMwcx.rt, and Araluca are received daily, Mondays exc i'.- d, at 9 p.m. From Ee«a, Cubiirgo, UoilaMa, and Tsrgalia, aily, Fkhuis accepted, at 10 p.m. Uatumun's Kay and Mogo on Mondays at 7..TO B.IH. ; Thursdays at 12 noon, ouj on Saturday* 4) noure after anrival -ot tftc&mcr from Sydney. A £yilni'y bag is »h» roceiwed by this mail. Kiora tt-eUiHuJuysAnd Saturdays at 12 noon. ?omce iwtrBK. The Toet Office is open regularly from 9 a. m. until ?6 ji.m. on week days, and on Sue day a from 9 a.m. *o 10 n.m. Money Order and Saving Bank Office open from 9 ».m. to 6p.m. daily (Sundays execpted). Telegraph Office open irum 9 u.ai. to 8 p.m. daily .Sunda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

XUB COMMERCIAL BJUIKIHC GO. of Sydnej. MORUYA BKA.NCH. Capital .„ ... _ ,„ ... «ioo,ooa. Bemami Fauk ? 13800,000. Reaerwfor BfuaRsation -at Dividends 10.15,000. ?£*- ?oeivod.chequea'ooTlaoted.draftsiasuedonall the principal towns in the Australian ookaaies, also in Graft Britain, end all ?asinl Banking lousiness transacted tit tunaut rates. E. A. BLOMFIELD. Manager. COAOHBOILDING AND WHEELWRICHT1NC establishment, Church St., BIoruya. A. MILLIKIN, BEG6 UMorm the jtraUic generally that lie is carrysng'OD tbe wove mxk. in sll 5t£ various L' braiichet. IJtock -«T ffae ''best Americu tiunber ftfr bugfry manufacture. rtoJJ. gwrtrf Buggies from ? £35 upwants. Hingla -fe. tig. ? £80 do. ATI otler rehicka ut «|cwUy 3on' priMis. Biggin asdCoaches Repaired wad Re-panited an the shortest iretioe. BOBSESB0SINC DONE OXTJffl PREMISES. Bricks! Brieks! fT\HEtTNUERSIGKED n Trrep&red *» mpply X «OOOVrEUI^BtrRKEL- BRICKS, in any ^autUiM'Ctthe Kiln £2 per 10OO ;«r-aelimred to mnfpui-aUm^*tX-£aiO...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

J'itESByTUBlAN. iOcxwxb. aist.— KlaruyanJ j Bateman's Bay 3.30 ; Nclligen ?22ni— KwU7.30. ?aird.— JJurms Lake 7.30. 28th.— Moruya U ; Coila 3, (Prayer Meeting) Mr. Vtreig'e 7.30. 29th.-Nerripundah ,7.3a 30th.— Tilba Tilba 7.30. 31st— Bermagui 3.30. , 3. H. ARCHIBALD.

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

CHUEOH SERVICES. DIVINE SERVICES will be hcia (d.v.J, aa follows- :- OTUBGH OF ESGLAMD. October. ; Fri. n-Climr Practice 7.38. Sun. -21 -Moruya 11 and 7.30, Tomakin 3. IVeH. 84- CK.T. Meeting 7.30. Fri. 26-Chuir Practice. .?Sun. 28~Ne]ligen 10.45 (Holy Communion) ; Bate man'B liay 3, Mornya 7.30. tfovetfSES. Tri. 2— Choir Practice 7.30. .Sun. 4-Morsysil and 7.30, Coila 3, K. a. SKENCER. Incumbent.

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