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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

TO TnE EDITOR. Dear Sir,— Noticing that nearly all trades and occupations are now availing themselves of the lKMiefit'of the Half-Holiday movement, I write to ask if you, through your paper cannot do something for the poor Butcher uoys. Why should we not join in 1 By kindly answering the above yon will oblige, Yours -tc 'BUTCHER BOY.' March IGth. f We know that the butchering business is hedged round with difficulties with respect to granting a half-holiday to thair employees ; but posiuly, if the butchers themselves had a conference they might so arrange, that they could join the Half-Holiday Association, and thus make the movement more complete Ed. M. T.]

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bodalla. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

Bodalla (From our own Correspondent.) On Tuesday evening 20th ultimo a pleas ing ceremony took place in the Bodalln. if all, when about fifty persons (including several ladies) Assembled to bid farewell to tho Rev. Father G uniting, and to witness the presen tation of an address and purse of sovereigns prior to his departure for Bombala, Mr. I^idely Mort (chairman) explained the object of meeting, and expressed for the people the esteem in which Father Gunning was field by all classes of the community, and the goneral regret felt at his leaving Bodalk, ;uid then read tho following ad dress :— ' To Rkv. James OJunsixu, ' Rev. and Dear Sir, — ' We, the members of your congregation, in union with the mem bers of the whole community, deeply deplore your sudden removal from our midst, from the position you held as priest in charge of tho Bodalla parish, which creates a vacancy not easily filled. And your co-religiouists, for this reason, tho more deeply feel the docreo, as they fully rea...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

Certainly the best medicine known u Sander and Sons' Eucalypti Extract. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, colda, influenza j the relief u-inBtantaneouB. In serious CUB), a^d acci ;--ntan£ oil Irindi. be they wound»v«irn». wftld wgB, bruises, apraiiu, it l.'tl». ~*iS»me-iy— no swelling— no inflammation. like surprising effects produced in croup, diptheria, bronohitie, inflamma tion of tho lungs, swellings, Ac ; diarrhoea, dysen try, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs In use at hoBpitab and medical clinics all over the globe; patrouisod by His Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma at Inter national Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved article, and reject all others. Men's Saddles complete, from £3 cash, at J. R. Lamonts'.

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PRESBYTERIAN. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

PBESBYTtRIAN. Makch. 20UA-nermnf-m 7.30. 24«-Muruya 11, liateman's Day 4, Nclllgen 7.30. 23-H-Knii-U 7.M. 26th— Uurras Liikr 7.38. 31st— Moruya 11, Cosing. .1. H. AttCHIBALli.

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Moruya Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

Moruya Progress Committee. The following communications have been received by the Hon. Secretary in reply to letters forwarded by the above committee : — Genera! Post Office, Sydney, 2nd March, 1889. The Hon. Sec Progress Committee, Moruya, Sir, — I am directed by the Postmaster General to acquaint you that your letter, dated 23rd ultimo, upon the subject men tioned below, is under consideration, and that a further communication respecting it will be addressed to you as soon as a decision has been arrived at in the matter. I have the honor to be. Sir, Your obedient servant, S. H. IiAMBTON, Secretary. (I.) For a lamp to bo placed outside the Jloruya Post Oflico. 2. The appointment of a letter carrier. Sydney, March 1st, 1889. The Hon. Sec. M. P. C. Dkar Sm, — I have yours pf the 27th ultimo enclosing lette.rs from the Moruya Progress Committee asking for various improvements which self and Mr. Garvau will attend to without delay. Yours truly, Hekrt Clarke. Sydney, March 11th, 1889. H...

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WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. Maiuth. Thu, 21— Kiera 7.SB, Rev. F. W. Roberts. Sun 24 — MoruyaJl and 7.30., Tomakin 3.15. Rev. . F. W. Roberts. San 3) ? Moruya 11 olid 7.30., and Mogo at 3. Rer y. W. Bolierts. F. V. A. ROBERTO.

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SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

SYDNEY, Tuesday. F. L. Barker reports .-— Wnttle Bark.— At liis weekly sales on Friday he offered two thou sand two linndren bags, clearing bulk ; there were spirited competition for good qualities, ? but lower rate? It&d to be accepted. For medium and inferior I obtained £9 2s 6d for several lines, and from £5 10a to JE7 10s for fair, down to £2 for inferior. All the new Ministry have been re-elected unopposed. The Mayor of Sydney yesterday presented the Registrar of the Sydney University with £1,000 to endow a scholarship in connec tion with the faculty of medicine at thnt Institution. J. P. Abbott addressed a large meeting last night in the cause of Protection, Inter colonial Freetrade and Cononial Federa tion. Mr. Rivers Allpress is the new conductor of t)ie Metropolitan Licdertafel. Dr. Mor has been appointed lecturer in French and German at Sydney Univer sity. Lord Carrington and the Goveroer of South Australia will visit Melbourne to take part in an important Masonic ...

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Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

'Wild Margaret CHAPTER XT. ?* I'vn giVt flnough ivnncy to go on ivitli,' she said. ' Tint .-viu seiul it. to the Hotel do Lnuvro .-it J*aris, if you like,' and, witli ;i nod, sLk; j»])e(J quickly down tin: [«ith. Austin AwJ»»se waited 'for a minute or two, UnivkiTtg at the sky. The blue that had been so unbroken a short time .since was streaked ?with fieoc\' clouds, that might later .grow black. TJiou ho ripened tlie -cottage door and walked into the room wlicre Margaret sat, her head resting upon her outstretched arms. 'While ?one cotild vount twenty he stood and looked down at her, then lie said, i'i a low voice, — ' Miss Maiujaui-x' She did not start, but raised her head and looked at him, and a shudder sft-euied to convulse hor ?vvln^'e iraiiiA. 'You here I'.rIic said, scarcely audible. He inclined his head wiih a sor rowful gesture. : ''ies, I am lxre, I have come to soe if' by any clia-ic3e I can be of assistance to von.1 ' Then — then you have heard it V \ she panted 1 He dro...

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COBARGO CIRCUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

. COUARtiO CIRCUIT. N Mr. l'ulmcf will prcncji an foUawa :— '. 'Maiwii. . 24th.-Colwrg8 11, Tillra 3, Corunna 7.30. S5Ui. — Wiifiuupa Heads (Mr. Fields) 7.30. 31st— Cohargo IS, Dry Rivw ;), Bcruugui 7.30. LAY SERVICE. Sttb.r^ftiinimn'K Creek 3, Mr. Boxsell. , '? y^lst.— Alt .Moon's 3, Mr. R. 11. Bate. fjpie Iporuga fjime^ A5S SWm MAST JWESA&. f-nir, Fiotiat, Fret. Houuva, Weusesdat, Maiich 20, 1889.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

Correspondence. ? w ? We wish it to lw .listinctly un.lcrstooil that we -io not hold nursdrus responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

' 'TIRED HVtUDFS KINO ftESTORES.'' SPECIFIC FOB A I.I. DISKASKS OF DEBILITY. II ion g.,1; km v iir.'l ;«»|»TJ,- :u:!,T'l--ii.t-i» ?'««?« itiri- ^iJj'rui- VTl.i i! iv.. n iMiil'ic'i-iu'iiild'l i'ihii'w* *''I^* '.-!-!?'.?*,'.--.''/'?'?' - ??!?: 'T t'i-'','':,-u'n.|,t-(!iLKMKNTS1 Jir.-li!' 'fl'o'ni ''''.mi''''' '1 Iiirai-Wir fliViilil', Rl'lrlMU ir'ii'J'l^-'oi -V.V-' -?? VicT ilii'l Viiirrp;. irl'ili'h ore rti- iro n ptcip.r »-\i;rrUr 'f Hit: mt'iir-il )Tui.-y*-i-s ol \\W. it ilrei'.irt!'11'* tilt? lUc-llV'1 nruaiin, imvwu 'r.iii'l'lmhi.m'^iiii 1li'i.oi'iiil.-Al vhIiio linvc reciim I'lnn't .,1 Its «l'r'.iii|.' viI.i'l- «!i,l'lii,,w tint It uti U .;.?;,?„?).?'] I'll tn l)ii i;i,i,[) iiu.l CUUK DISEASE. Tli.'v kun»-|l-'i''li:iit''-inii|»Mll«ll Mul Unit It Inn ? .-J'W'im1 AUI'IuN °-- iliMUTiluraiiilTOn, tlifrolore BiilidMu' lOT*'iiil ?Ii-.hi'- uri-iiiu' Irom debility and urrTKti* «vjiJi»M«. *'M ivpj-vu-)ir-rt', but miiij you FrtM'tCLENlVNTsi1NEwVoWNl10SYDNEY. nnnun are positively C0JH CQR...

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Cart Collars from 14s at J. R. LAMONTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

Cart Collars from 14b at J. E. Lamokts'. Weblbva??.— In the Wesleyaa Church on Sunday evening ncitt, the Rev. F. \V. Eobcrts will deliver a discourse on, 'By whom, and wheu was the Bible written.' Dentisthv.— We would remind our readers that Mr. W. B. Burroivs, surgical and mecanical deutist, of Sydney, is advertised to be in Jlorujx -m the 'til April, remaining about 11 days only. Those needing the services of a good dentist should avail them selves of Mr. Jiurrows' services. Concert. — Tlie conoe.rt in nid of the Rowing Olu'j toot p'aco at the Mechanics' Institute on Monday evening, and although tie hall was not full, a very fair number put in an mipearance. The performance altogether was moat creditable, and the audience demonstrated their Approval by repeated plaudits. Important Saxe or Stock. — We direct the attention of stock-dealers and others to the largo salo of high pedigreed cattle to take place at Coouoora on Wednesday next the 27th instant. Dairy farmers, dealers and ot...

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Bateman's Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

Bateman's Bay. Fiiom oun own Corhespondest. The Ritoman's Bay races took place last Friday and we think we can safely pronounce them a success. The races in every case were well contested. The stewards worked with a will. Mr. Geo. Ryan succeeded in dispatching his fields to excellent starts, and Mr. G. K. Guy, as Judge, gave tho fairest of fair decisions. Mr. R. II. Harrison kindly sold the winner of the Hack Race immediate ly after the race. The following are the results : — Maiden Plate of £10. McCauley's Ruby (aged) ... 1 McCauley's Fairhope (3 yrs.) ... 2 Lynn's Victor also started. This was a well contested race. A private sweepstake next followed be tween E. M. Webster's Jack, J. Hcspe's Le Braid and Casey's Just in Timo. This was an exciting finish, Jack just defeating Le Braid on the post. Selling Hack Race of £5. (Winner to be sold after the race for £3,) Casey's Honest Torn! , ,, Bowman's Darkle / dead heat' Gilligan's Tim also started. This was a good race, the judge not ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

Moruya A & P Society. LUNCHEON BOOTH. R. H. Harvison & Co. HAVE reeeived hutructions from the commit tec 'of the above to sell at their Mart on SATURDAY NEXT, 23 INST. Al 4 O'CLOCK, The Right to 1 Luncheon Booth on the two Slioi days. ? Terms at Sale. MORtTYA A. & P. SOCIETY. 17THAMUALSH0W ON The 3rd & 4th April Entries clone on 'THURSDAY, the 28th March at -7 p.m. with the Seoretary, Vulcan-street Moruya. Late entries received up to 11 a.m. on TUES DAY', -2nd April, upon payment of 10 per cent, oi ? amount of prize entered tot. William boot. Secretary. For Sale. X_ acre ALLOTMENT, Gundary, in good posi .-£ !Uob, BBOOreljr fenced. Cheap. ***:-?:---.!.:. ? ,-i £o graziers & Dairy men. H% Let by Tender for a Verm of Five Tears. THE Dairy/ami knows a* ' COOBOGRA,' con taining neatly £00 acres, the property of Mr. T. Kmmott, now occupied fcy Mr. G. Armstrong, ?and situated about 3 miles from Moruya. Tenders to be wot in to W\ H. Simpson, on or bef...

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Latest News. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

Latest News. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. Mr H. Clarke, Produce Merchant, Vic toria Wharf, Sydney, reports:— Butter, 12d to lud Baron, 8il to -Hd Cheese, 4d to Cd Liird, 4d to 5d Hides, 2d to 2!d Bnrlc, £8 to £9 MaUe, 3s 9d Hugs, Js 3d per dozen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

To Fencers and Others. To Let by Tender. FENCING and Repairs on the Show Ground. Tenderers will please ine.it the ' Yards Committed ' on the groun.l on THURSDAY (TO MORROW), at 4 o'clock. WILLIAM BOOT, Secretary, Important to Horse Breeders. MR. MARTIN KKATING haying determined to dispose of the whole of his thoroughbred STALLIONS, has instructed Messrs. R; H. HAU' V1S0N & CO., in cojunction with WILLIAM BOOT, to submit to VUBUC AOCJ'ION on Friday, 5th April, (The Day after the Show), Absolutely Without Reserve, the following famous Stallions, vjs. :— Tasman's Pride (Draught). Squire do. Wyndham (Coaching). Liberal Terms at 8ale. Moruya Rowing Club. THE JNJYUJL Plain, Fancy Dress & Oalico Ball, Will be held in the CFNTENNIAL HALL ON FRIDAY, 5TH APRIL, (Evening1 after the Show). X. GLOVER BROWN, Hon. 8e Freeholds ! Freeholds ! I By Public Auction at an larly Date. H. W. BARTON HAS been Instructed by Mr. F. J. Kure, to offer for PDSLICSALEan eligible and vuloable littl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

THE WMMERfrAL BANKING CO. of Sydney. MORtfiTA BRANCH, 'Capital ? ? i6OO;-XW. ?Rmrervcd 'Funds ? ? £610,000. 'Reserve Mr Equaluiition of 'Dividends £150,000. A DVA^'CES made, bills discounted, deposits re ^£a. ceived, cheques collected, drafts issued tin all the principal towns fai the Australian colonies, also in (ircat Britain, and ill usual Bricking business 'transacted at current rdteB, ?E. A. BLOMPIELt). Manager. (MCHBUILDING AND WHEELWR!GKT!«G jstablisidient, . €hu&€H St\- Moiiuva. A, MILLIKlN, Jr-E(;Ktni'lf:)rm thejrtlilie gciirraUy tW he is IS tnnyiiiK'oi' the above work in all its Various 'brandies. Stock of tlit- lost .Americ.ni tiuilwr for biijjjo1 inniiiifactiin!. toe-iiMc'SentiM liup.'ics frftm ... tS.1 'lipwnYrls. 'Bincle 'I'. -lo. ... 1')U .lo. AlVXlM- vdjHu-snt,.-,(i.;,;ly )u« i.rie«». bu^Kii-'X *?'* 'Coimln*. 1?e]iiiircd ami Rc-painttid 'on the shortest notice. taoRSKSHOKINH IJOXE ON THB I'BKMISJiS. Bricks ! Bricks! *i'TftK UVinSRK/fiXfeJl is 'proiwr«t.W supp...

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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 — 20 March 1889

CHUROH SERVICES. DIVIKB SERVICES will be held -n.v,), as follows :— CHURCH OF KNGLANU. | MaHCII. ; Thu. 2J~Batomai)'B Bay 3.30. Fri. 22-KeiiiUidra 7.30. ?Sun. 24— Kullijjun 10.45, Mogo 4. Moruya7.30. ?Sun. 31— Mornya II and 7.S0, Coila 3. Aphil, Sun. J— Momya 11 (H,C.) 8 Children's .Service, an.l 7.3a K. 0. Sl'liNCEU. Incumbent.

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Moruya Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 20 March 1889

Moraya Post Office Hwls for SyOuey. K.-xi.lw«-.l, awl Aralucn close | iaily, tt-iday* ui.rpM.I, at 10 p.m. I jr'or Ifega. CuIkiiw., (iwlulla, and ifcrgaiia, c-l«w 'i»ily., .\luudiu,H iiMi-hlvO. ut tl.:lO p.m. j PurButi»n.u'a Jfci-- juhI .Moj/t,. i-W on Siui.Liyf at 10p.m., iui.1 on \Vu,1iii'»Uj-j mi.l rn.luys at i.-M v.m. Kin- Kiura closes Wiilncnlicva an.l Siitnnlayi. at J-:«.I-.'». ? * -Mnils from Sy.lu.-y, KikuIwowI. nwl Araiucn me ?rrusiriil ilnilj:, Muxiavs .-xi'i-liU-il, lit U 1-.II-. r'miu I!c(Bi, Culiiir^.i, Jlu.liillu, and lirrgalin, ?dnilv. Imiiiiavh ps«'iiti'.|, rti 10 p.m. lUUMimn'n Bay uij .M ?)),'-' on Monday* «t 7.TO y. in. ; TliuiHrfnyvKt J2 noun, .-.nil on Sntunliiy* 4J liullra llftur arrkvi of stmur.nr ifrum Sy.ltiuy. A Sydney Lag is bIku reeriwd l-j- this mall. Kkira Wu.hieiiilii.vH 11ml Saturdays at 12 noon. OKKlrK IKHRS. The Post .Office taaiM.-iin8nilarlyfnmi3R.nl. until ?6 p.m. on week .lays, an.l on Suu.l.iy« Jrom 9 n.m. to 10 a.m. Honey Order and Sin-inga Ha...

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Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 27 March 1889

Wild Mnrgnret. CHAPTER XV. She had lioeti cukl tliu n.oiiiciit. before taut now aim suemed suil'o cutiug with an awful heat. With tteiiibling hands she tore off her hat and waved it — Heaven knows with wliut despeiate idea of attract ing attention, — but the wind seized 1L uuu wre .i iiuiu uci uuuu. n itiumvut afterwards she folt the water lapping at her feet, and with nn awful voice she called upon — Blair. As if in answer to her appeal, the lightning shot out from the black sky and revealed her form as if carvedin bronze on the top of the rock. The next moment she heard a man's voice, and a boat seemed to rise from the depths of the sea at her feet. A lantern flashed in the darkness, and by its flickering gleams she saw a man rowing in the boat, and a woman crouching in the stern. It was Day and his wife. The woman screamed and pointed. 1 There — there she is. For ITeaven's sake be quick. Spring, Mrs. Stanley, spring. Oh — ' and kIio moaned — ' be tjuick.' But, liulf mad with the ...

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