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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

Notice. THE ODDFELLOW'S ANNIVERSARY SHORTS will bo held on Queen's Birthday, Hay 24th. Full particulars in a future issue. THOS. E. VVALTKR, Secretary. To Let THE DWELLING HOUSE adjoining the Shop occupied toy Mr. Weber opposite the New R. -C. Church. Particulars on application to T. E. WALTER. To Graziers & Dairy* men. To Let by fender for a 'term of five Years. rTIHE Dalryfarm known aa ' COOBOORA,' con X taintng nearly 500 acres, the property of Mr. T. Emmott, now occupied by Mr. C. Armstrong, and situated about 3 miles from Moruya. Tenders to be Bent in to W. H, Simpson, on or before the 23RD MARCH, from whom any further information can be obtained. Land for Sale. 1 ACRE ALLOTMENT in Gundary in good X position. CHEAP. WILLIAM BOOr, ! 'Tiroes Office.' For Sale OPKING VAN and BILLIARD-BAGATELLE ♦O TABLE. _ XvTLLIAM BOOT. ' Times Office.' Clearing-out Sale OF DAIRY HERD & DAIEY UTENSILS COMPLETE, ON THE »%E*llEt, ftOOBOOM, WEDNESDAY^/ MARCH R. 11. Harrison & ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Roland for an Oliver. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

A Roland for an Oliver. A cook in n cheap boaraing-house played a little game on a grumbling boarder, a new paper humorist, by serving him with a piece of sole leather instead of beefsteak. 'You've changed your butcher, Mrs- Hnshe J' said the boarder, looking up at the landlady after sawing two or three minutes nn thp leather. ??Same butcher as usual,,' replied the boarding mistress, with a patronising smile. 'Why«' ' Oh, nothing much,' said' the humorist, trying to make an impression on the steak with a knife and fork ; 'only this piece of meat is the tendcrest I have struck in this house for some weeks.'

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

Wild Margaret CHAl'TKK XV. Arc you convinced ?' wailurl tin. girl. ' Do you ljoliovu mo now '( Oh, how do you tliink 1 slx^uld have tho heart to toll you such .1 stoiy. And now — what will you do ? Oil, yivo him back to me. 1 don't utter a won. of reprotu-Ii ajrjiinst you. No, I know, I fw. thnt he has deceived you — Ah,1 she broke out .us if she hud heeu stung. ' Don't tell mo he has married you. If he has, if ho has dnruil to, I'll punish him. I'll soml him to puial servitude. I'll — ' ..: Margarot'ri .swooning senses caught tlie throat, and slie held out her hand. It was her turu to plead. ' No, no,' she panted nlniost inaudibly, ' he— he lias not. He is nothing to me. You— you .shall have him back. Oh, Heaven. Oh, Heaven,' and, with a cry that mug through the room, she fell forward 011 her face. CHAPTER XVI. Lottik Uklvoir looked down at the prostrate figure of Margaret with a pallor that made the care fully -applied paint on her face look yellow- by contrast. For a minute or tw...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

'TIRED MTB'E'S KIND DESTORER.' CLEHESTff SPECIFIC FOK ALL UlSKASKS OF DEBILITY. If yon o:l- kni'wn i-l iirepTly unJcrsiool Uio.lmlc* vliinh tlie Mnod Im-. to perform, »ud tin* absolute uecf-sitc for ft to Unrc a tleritiJrecdcfiilcal coiiiikm[. tluti. an i k-i.-w tint thr- siijiply of miner*] constituent* from Australian fool if totally fliitiliMiiiaU! to Lvvp tin- Mood suiHi'iL'iitlv st. 01 1 1; iu oxIillAltiK power, an which ]ir-x-csi health tfej.-u-l., J0u would kuow tl.»t it l- Im,*.nuW..|y iikt^i-jt to Biipply ll.c blood with It* ci viitl.il mliioral i-lc.uerits for tlio (ornmtion of IimHIiv tu-iie, unwell). bom-, 4c. which nnfur tn.ml.'ly nre not ubutrmbh- from lite natural fool in Chnr colonies. T»«ii|-pl. tt.e«e CoiiiriilsCLKMFNTS* TuMcHfloffcimt a:nl l« LW u:il.i ruilunal n-.tKr.it I vo |»rc(«r-Ni lit Aii.'tralfa. It jKi-fLfrchnifMuH «j|-uvua orbing from imnriii'-v of Moml or liability, such us NciirnVLi, Neri-yiwie*s. Weakness, Languor, Tooth* bcIic, Low of Ai-]K't:to. VlKu...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

PRKSBYTmilAN. March. 17th— Moruya 11, Coiia 3. Prayer meeting at Mr. White's 7.30. 18th— Nerrigundah 7.30. !9th— Tilha TilLa 7.30. 20th— rtermagui 7.30. 24th— Moruya 11, Bateinan's Bay 4, Nclligen 7.30. 25tli— Kaiola 7.:W. 20th— Durnw Lake 7.30. 31rt— Mornya 1 i, Coiia 3. .). H. ARCHIBALD.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TRAVELLER RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

THE TRAVELLER RETURNED. (Bt P.M.) Once more back in tho pretty and genial town of .Moruya after a pleasant trip in the famous ship, Kintua, noted by the way, for the ever watchfulness of her much esteemed skipper mi officers, for it is a well known fact that the old bant hits oftentimes rendered issiatance to ships and boats in dis tress, nnu um irequentiy at mucn risk ana danger, bat tact never caused the gallant captain to shrink from his duty. Our trip was » pleasant one, as the Pacific was as smooth as glass, hence everyone on board enjoyed themselves. Mr. Thomas Flood, Captain Baxter, and the writer watched tlio coast lands, as wo we glided by point after point, and could not but admire the splendid green apponrance of the country. It seemed as though we could almost step ashore and pick the myriads of buttercups and clovor to be seen. While thus engaged in our observations, we talked over many scenes of by-gone days, and wondered why all the electorates of the i»sst lino reta ...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

WESLEYAN MKTUODIST CHURCH. Makch. Fri. 15.- Bcn&ndra 7.30, Rev P. W. Roberts. Snn 17.— Moray* 11, Mr. J. Emmott, 7.39- Kev. F, W. Roberts, Nelligen 10.45. and Batcinan's Bay 2.30, Rev F. W. Rolierts. Sun 24.— Moruya 11 and 7.30., Toinakin 3.15. Rev. F. XV. Roberta. San 31.— Mornya 11 and 7.30., and Mogo at 3. Rev K W. Roberts. P. W. A. R0BKRf&

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 — 13 March 1889

SYDNEY. Tuesdat.^' F. L. Barker reports :— Wattle Bark— 3U Friday's sales prices were firm for superior descriptions ; inferior qualities were very dull of sale. Quotations — prime heavy, JE8 to £9 7s Cd ; medium, £6 to . £7 10s ; inferior, £2 to £i 10s. The Premier announcod his political pro gramme last night at St. Leonards, he pro poses a short session, and a short recess dur ing session. Provision will be made for getting supply to the end of the year. A bill will be brought in to amend the Land Act, giving more complete seourity to persons in vesting capital od public lands, and extend area allowed to Conditional Lessees. Also re appraise went 61 rents'. Freo selectors would be assisted by removal of hindrances now existing. These and passing- one or two niQasurea to roiuody imperfections in existing enactments will complete the business of the session. The next session .will take place early in June, and programme will be Iiocal GovernuientBiU, WnterConservatSqn, Irriga tion,...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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COBARGO CIRCUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

COBAROO CTRCUIT. Mr. Palmer will preach us follows : — 17th.— Coljargo II, Digmnn's Creek 3, Bcrmagui 7.30. 2»tfc.-Ool--ii-};o 11, Tilba 3, Cornnna 7.30. Slut.— Cbh;irt-o II, Dry Kivor 3, Bcrinasui 7.30. LAY SBRVICE. 10th.— Mr, Moon's 3, Mr. R. H. Bate. 17tk-JUw»a-»ia3, Mr. N«gus. 2ith.— I»K-nairR Creek 3, Mr. BoxaeU 31st— Mr. Moon's 3, Mr. R. IL Bale. flhe Moruga ^ime6 fair, t'eaHas, Free. MOBOYA, WsttNBSDAT, MABCU 13, 1889.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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The "Italia" Mine, Tarlinjah. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

The ' Italia ' Mine, Tuf licjah. I accepted an invitation from Mr. Leoni to be present at the ceremony of naming his gold reef at Turh'njah on the 4th instant, and from the courtesy I received, and the work accomplished, I should be wanting in ordinary civility to tne gentleman wno in vited ice, and to my duty to the public generally, wore I not, even in my imperfect manner, to relate my experience. The day set apart for the ceremony was fine, and having arrived at the scene of the ceremony about 11 a.m.. I was cordially received by Messrs Leoni and Tornaghi, the hitter fntleinan being a share holder from Sydney, met several old friends who were present under invitation, And sot znach time was lost in christening the mine, which will henceforth be known by the name of the 'Italia.' * And sow a most pleasant part of the proceedings took placo. All present were invited by the gentlemen already named to partake of refreshments, which were pro vided in the most sumptuous manner, and aft...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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MORUYA A. & P. SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

MOEUYA A. & P. SOCIETY'S SHOW. In our last issur we presented our renders with-Uie Society's Prize Schedule for the Show of 1889. lu the preparation of this schedule the committee Jinvo exercised a Urge amount of cure ftttd discrimination, witli a view to affording satisfaction to all concerned. How fur (hey huva succeeded rcmaina to be seen. The amount of the society's money devoted to prize money is winething over £200, whilst the special prize list shows a considembln increase on the -corresponding list for last year. Therefore, so far as the prize list is concerned, the Show of 1689 ought to be equal to, if not superior, to any of its predecessors. Hut, strange as it may appear to ino.ro casual observers, the success of a Show does not depend upon the magnitude of the prize list submitted. It is undoubtedly true that stockowners and others trould prefer to coinpeto tor a liberal prize than for one of Jess value. But it is in the competition itself upon which success chie...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the editor of the MORUYA TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. To die editor of the MoittvA Times. Sir, — Mv name having been advertised Us one of the Provisionnl Directors of the Wam ban Gold Mining Coy., Meniya, I wish to give public notice that my consent has nevcf been obtained for such a purpose, and that I am not connected with the Wainban Gold Mining Coy. in nny way whatever. I am &c, * W. A. HUNT. Moruya, March 12th.

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Latest News. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

Latest News. — ? — « By TELEGSAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. Mr H. Clarke, Produce Merchant, Vic toria Wharf, Sydney, reports:— Butter, 12d to 15d Bacon, 8d to 9Jd ' Cheese, 4d to Cd Lard, 4d to 6d Hides, 2tl U -2kd fin)., .£8 U- £9 Maize, 3s Od Eggs, Is 8d per dozen. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

FOR SALE a Good Piano, cheap, ' -Apply Tata OmcS, I Moruyai - h WEBER, - tobacuqjuSt and hairdresser, / Qug*n-steqfet, Moruya. BBSS to (mnoiicc t»t be has opened up a large ' assorted stick offTOBACCO and GENERAL FANCV OOgW. / _i His Hoirdrossin^aloJhas beeB ritt&l tip with the latest npplin/ces, ted in order to meet the times he lias deMrmined to reduce Hairctttting to «d. ON SATURDAY the 16th Marfih, AT KEATING'S YARDS, at 2.30, WILLIAM BOOT TTAS received Instructions to sell as Under :— BO 4-yoar-old BULLOCKS half f ' ALSO— Other Fat and Store Stock, Horses, &c. .:? t-f which are not yet to hand* In the event of Stock not being sole .whatever will be made. TERMS :— Purchasers of £20 or -?..., months approved kills ; under that amount CASHi CASH SETTLEMENTS immediately after gale, Eotriu received up to 12 o'clock on day of salei A. & P. Society. rilHE followiug additional Special Prim do not A appear in piiuted Schedule :— By Mr. W. C. Robinson, Sydney. Bes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. of Sydney. MORUYA BRANCH. Capital ? £000,000. Reserved Funds ... ... ? £610,000. R-wn for BuualiaiWou of Dividends £150,000. ADVANCES mode, liills discounted, deposits rc ceiued, 'cheques collected, drafts issued on all Che principal towns in the Australian colonies, also In (ireat Britain, and all usual Banking business transacted at current rales. E. A. BliOMPlELD Mnnaijer. COACHBUILDING AND WHEELWRICHTINC establishment, ! Church St., Mcrlya.! A. M1LLIK1N, BKi;s to inform th.- jwlilio ftchcrullv tlwt Vr »' i ?ramiVn- .(ii 111.! iilwvi- «-.«-k in all li» v:.ii..ua I %irnni*hcs. , JSt.ick «f Ux; W Amcrioaii tfmW for bug);) i tmiiufacture. | D.iuM. Seated Kiltie.- from ... .«.'- upwards. tJiimV '.V-.. .lu. ... CB -V.v All other vehicle* .it cpinlly low prie.*. I ? i D»iffn ami Conches Repaired and IU-puinto.1 im ' tlu.6li-irtcsfli..trcc. I aoKKKSHOKINii DDNK ON THK 1'RKSllSKS. j 'lSricks fBricks ! | riiHKllNMlKRSIlJNKIi i* |ircWiiw.l lo wipplj j J. COOII WK...

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CHURCH SERVICES. DIVINE SERVICES will be held (D.V.), as follow:—CHURCH OF ENGLAND. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

CHURCH SERVICES. DIVINE SERVICES will be held (d.v.), u foHows :- CHURCH OP ENOLAND. Maiwh. Sun. 17— Tomakin 11 (Hnly Communion) ; Moruya 7.30. Tim. 21— Batcniair« 15fty 7.30. Fri. 22-llmuuidra 7.30. Sun. 24— Nellijjen 10.45, Mogo 4, Mornya 7.30. E. J. SPENCER. Inc»ml«nt.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Moruya Post Office [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 13 March 1889

Moruya Post Office Wnils fur jyilncy. Umi.lir ? ). a»-l Aralnrn clow ?Saily, ftiiky»(.TOrt(-,l, «x 10 p.m. tt.r ISegn. Cnbui.,'... U.,.l;,lfn. ami Hci-Kalia, flow 4aily, Mninhiv« «;*.--i-iit.-.l, »t ft. .1(1 p.m. For Hub-mail's Ifciy and Mow, -:l.w.: nil SuinUyn BtlOp.m., «».! on ' WdlHistlr.}'' «'?' h''-l*y* «t I.:-U p.m. For Ki«racliiMt\V»liicailayii.iui-l Salnra«y» at i:» ji.111. Mails from Sydney, Braiilwotn), and Araluen are receive* »Uily, Munkxvx ewentu.1, at 9 p.m. Kr«m lfci-a, Culnrun, Jlodnlla, anil Bergaliii, daily, KsH.AVi.eKul-!*.!, »' 10 p.m. BatemuV Hay m-I Uofft on ila»4aya »t 7.30 p.m. ; Tliorsilavt at 12 un»n, -wil on Satunluyi H hours after amviil «f stcumcr fnnii .Sydney, A .'Sydney bag is nl»'- received by this mail. Kiora Wednesdays ami Siitunlaye at 12 bosk. UFMCK IIOUHX. The l'ost Office is open rcguliitiy from 0 n.m. until € p.m. on week diiya, Hud vm Sundays il'um 0 a.m. tii JO a.m. Money Orflwr nii\ Savings liank OIKcc open from 9 H.in. to fi p.m. daily (S...

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Conversion of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Selby. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

Conversion of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Selby. The Christian Pioneer of March 9 contains the following : — 'Isaac Selby who some time ago debated with Mr. M. W. Green in Adelaide, has abandoned the infidel'sjoiitioB, and now bolieves not only the existence of God, but in the divinity of Jesus. He few deuce in support of the Messiahship of Jesus cannot be successfully controverted. And thus the power of the glorious gospel has robbed infidelity of one of it* most intelli gent champions. Nor has the conversion been brought abont by any consideration of ? the loaves and fishes.' So far from any ulterior object oi this kind influencing him, he is now applying for a situation as reporter on one of the Sydney paper*. However, he is commencing eatly to show his colours, having met with W. W. Collins in debate on the proposition, ' Is there a God, the Maker and Moral Governer of the Unltene t Mrs. Selby, too, who is a talented lectures*, and who, when she left the Romish Church be came tainted wit...

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A Noted Liar's Nice Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

A Noted Liar's Nice Wife. ^^ A noted liar once told a friend' 4B»»F Imd at home three precious things ; a bollock that could run a hundred miles a day, a fowl which crowed at the beginning of each watch day and night, and a dog that could read books. The friend intimated that he would Inap nn tiin-- in seein? those marvels. The man did not expect this, ae his house WB9 somewhat distant, so ho went home and told his wife that he had l-eeii caught at last, and that to-morrow the man would arrive. His wife said that he would be all right, only you must keep out of sight. Next morning the visitor arrived, and being met by the mistress asked where her her husband was. 'He has gone to Pekin,' she replied. 'When will he be back f ' ' In eight or nine days.' Why, how can he be back so quick 1' ' He has gone off on our fast bullock, and can do it easily.' ' I hear you have also a wonder ful fowl,' said the visitor, and behold, as he was speaking a small cock crew. ' That'i it,' said the wife...

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How he kept her at Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

How he kept her at Home. She was a dear little woman, and hubby even wanted her to stay at home all summer. He had her on a fashionable watering-place hotel, and he knew that meant a clean thou sand out of pocket. Did he storm and rave and argue and talk of bankruptcy 1 Not at all. He urged her to go ; he was eager ; he pooh-poohed every objection, and then he got his -wicked cousin Charlie to write him a mysterious note about horses and little din ners, and left it where wifey could find it, and inside of a week she declared that noth ing would tempt her to leave home for longer than the two weeks of her husband's vacation. Business Man : ' You vagabond ! You sent in word that you would see ran on busi ness, and when I ask what your business is, you beg.' Vagabond: 'But you forgot, sir, that begging is my business.' Tramp : ' Please, sir, wiii you buy this ring ? I am starving. It's my wife's wedd ing ring. I ? ' (breaks down and bursts into tears). Gentleman (indignantly) : ' You ...

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