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Mogo Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 1 May 1889
Mogo Races. The first meeting of ibe Mogo Racing Clnb. was held ou Friday lust iu one of Mr. Edirard ?Lynch's paddocha on tho Xomakin River. The day nas cloudy and threatening, bin des sambled to iritness the running. Tho course is about J of a mile in circum ference, there is Hotliing to obstruct the view of the race, snd it requires bat little attention to make it one of tho best race ouimes in the dis trict The first race however was not to pass off without an accident or ralier a elmpterof accidents, for in the Maiden Plate, Grass hoDDer. tlie favorite fell, iniiirinc tiiinsslf an severely iu the spiuu that he had to be destroyed. The jockey (Cnhill) got a heavy fall, but no bones were broken, and ttc ore pleased to chronicle Ms recovery. At the Bnme time and place Ixion came down, the rider Richardson escaping with a severe elmking. Gmssbopper carried off the Maiden Pltae at Nctligeu ou Easter Monday, and was looked upon by tho knowing ones as_ihe_^ good thing ' for this event,...
HOME RULE FOB IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 1 May 1889
HOME RULE FOE IRELAND. Tbb Irisli patriots, Messrs. J. Dillon, J. Bens; and Sir T. O. E..-»..J., ^ ? l- .v.uu»ti» advooatin™ the claim of Ireland to manage her own oflkirs, are creating a furore where ever they address tho people; a fact mout sig- nificant; *od wkioh proves tacontestably that the owree of Home Kule is not, as supposed by some, a mere dream or fad of Irishmen, Imt is * living demand permeating alike the AuatmVmn, aa well as the English, Irish &nd Scotch race, nud opposed only by asma!! minor ity, bat unhappily a minority whicii-at^rosent Jliolds the reins of power. But surely, and with bo uncertain sound are heard the rum blings of the impending change, when tho shackles of tyranny and oppression will be removed from the Jrislj jwo]i)e, nn&m Jieu of teDaotiese houses and unculiivattd tic-Ms wl]] he seen smiling fields and bright hoatths. Tlie cry of Home Kule for Ireland is uotthat of a few Irishmen, but is taken .up by men of all cUsaesa and creeds, ...
A Synopsis of Land Bill now before Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 1 May 1889
A Synopsis of Land Bill now before Parliament. Sec. 3 — Provides foe nppcals Wiiik heai d before Lund Court, to be appointed, instead of Minister for Lands. Clause 0 — Propoeca that appeals from tiio Land 13-micl in connection with rent d uf icisco, Ac, will be heard by the Land Court and not l-y. tho Minister ti3 previously. Clruise 7 — iAnil Court's decision in appeals to bo final. Minister to haverioeniitrol over it. Sec. 9 — Provide? for cnimmttniGiit to prison of witness examined before court or board who is unwilling to givt. evidence. Sec. 11 — Provides that in case of nior^ than one application at tho fi:trae tiint; for same laud, the linllol will iw Uxten by tho Iiand Hoard, and not Land Agent rb hereto fore, Applicant for laud shall pay survey, ? .. frn. Sac. 12— Gives applicant for C.P. t'ho right to take possession of land applied fur immediately after making application, but n-A k- impound stock therefrom until u, '?nasmmWi; fwioi), fo'fic fixed. Sec. 13— l!rov:dF3 for ...
Latest News. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 1 May 1889
Latest News. ? ? ♦ — - - BY TBLBOEAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. Mr H. Ciarks, Produce Merchant, Vic toria Wharf, Sydney, reports: — Butter, 12d to 14.1 JJacon, 9d to lOd Cheese, 5d to 7d Limi, id to Cd Hides, 3d to 3»(( Baric, jE8 to £rJ Mains, 3a -5-1 Effi*, 2s id to 2a 6d per dozen.
A Fortune made under Difficulties by Perseverance, Sobriety and Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 1 May 1889
A Fortune made under Difficulties by ? Perseverance, Sobriety and Industry. A brief description of a family who has accomplished the above in this district, might be interesting to your readers. About twelve years ago a Mr. McHugh, (a small selector uf fifty acres uf ground, about seven acres of which he hod cleared,) died, leaving a family and thirteen children and a debt of .£200. Tho eldest of the children was about 20 ycare of age. By perseverance, own six hundred acres of magnificent loud, have a splendid dairy herd of cattle, six or seven draught horses, and have about 25 acres under koto, S acres under potatoes, and 75 acres laid down with artificial grasses, and ore building a 6«o new residence. The cleared land is worth £30 an acre, the rest of tho land is worth at least £5 on acre, or the €00 acres is worth £6000. Mrs. Mc Hugh has woll educated her children. Two daughters were, (one married a wealthy selector) public school teachers, even tlie youngest, a girl of 12 years ...
SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 1 May 1889
SYDNEY, Tubsdat.' John See is expected to arrive in Sydney via San Francisco about tlie 27 th June. The Premier made a complete inspection of Sydney hospital yesterday, aud will report result to tlie Cabinet to-day. At the Autumn iUcotinj;, Randwicic, White won £4,505, and NValhicfi, owner of Carbine, £3,235, all tho money won by that horse. £1 4,558, was paid awny iu prizes. Harriet Corston vtas found guilty of bigamy, but rccomuicudcd nominal sentence us she had been grossly mislead by Hibblv, Slie vma iiu priBOned until Uic rising of the court. Ernest Butter for rape w»s sentenced to ?death. The half ycara profits of the firm of Tooth & Co. is £58,680. Homebasli Bales, 742 cattic were yarded, demand limited, and prices easier. 17,000 sheep penned, market over stocked, buyers scarce and quality medium. LONDON, Monday. Russia intends forming coaling station at Deer Islund, Corea. The resignation of the llimruis of London derry as Lorii LiouLcmtiit uf irulaud is oou tirmed. ...
Moruya Poet Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 1 May 1889
Moruya Post Offic*. »nl- for Sy.liwy. 'r.'ahlwwit, uiil Animm clwc ' daily, 1'ridKys uxngilw], M 16 jjin. Kir TUj^u. C.Wro, IMnlU, mii\ Kw^ia, -rW- ?iaiij', .Muniluyii HMrfiptnrt, ntH.Wn.lu. *'or l!st?niali'-i Niy nnd Jioj-o. close un -n i.I»y» itlO]t.in., wid un \Vt.!nei.l«-B ami VWiinja uA l.:!0 [i.ni. For Kiora close* WinUiesdaymuiil Saturdays at Maita from Sydney, Uraidivc xl, raid Ar&iueu arc received daily, MoKbAVs exuepted, atSp.ir. From liega, CsBtrgo, BmMI». «ul fcergalia, ?daily, FiuiMrS'eacepte.l, at 10p.m. Batenun'a B«j- ami Mugo ea Mondays nt 7.% TOM.-, liiundays at 12 uoun, uuu ok tiaturdnyii 4- lionra after arrival of stenmer from .Sydney. A -Sydney bag u Mac receivod Uy tliin iwwl. Kiura \Veduesdaya nod tjuUiitkys at J2 noon, nrrici: liuriws. The Port Office is open regularly from 9 n.m. until S p.m. ou week .lavs, un,l un buwlnva from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. M.muy Ortiar and Suvimrn linnl; (lificr open from 0 a. in. l« ti p.m. daily (.Sumlays i.-M.-i-jitfl). Tvli'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 1 May 1889
THE tDOMERClAL BANKINC CO. of Sydney. MORUYA BRANCH. Capital - ? caxvom. Reserved *V_ds ? £610,000, Besetrofor Equalization of DMd«ds £160,000. A DVANCES made, hills discounted, -leposhs re ?— *? ocived,-cl»«juaicollected,draftaUninl«i-ai the principal towns in lite Australian colonies, also In Great Britain, and «11 usual Banking business transacted «t current rates. G.R. MACKENZIE, Manager. COACHBUILDING AND WUEaWRIGHTING ESTABLISHMENT, Church St., Moruya. A. MILLIKIN, BBGSte inform the wAlfa generally that In b curving cc tin abov* work in tilit* —(ferns feraaohes. Block «( the best American timber for baggy manufacture. nenbb Seated Buggue from ... £35 upward*. tjW), -Jo. -to. ... £30 do. . . ^jg. All other veliiulci at equally low price*. ' *'* — '^tte^.^iBlrfis1 n— ' ? BOftSESHOKING DONK UN THE PREMISES. Bricks! Bricks! rilHE UNDERSIGNED k prepared »» *V&7 A GOOD WELL BORNHIJ BRICKS, in any ^untUies at tJio Kiln £2 per 1000 : or delivered to HUT part o- Moruya at £2 10...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 1 May 1889
CHUKCH SEaVICES. DIVINE .SERVICES will bo held (n.v.), m follows :— CHU11CH OF ENGLAND. M.»v. Sun. G-Moruya 11 imd 7.3a, Twiiakin 3.30. Tum. 7— Tunudtin 3.:tO, tiurluvltown 7.:W. Suu. li— Moray* 11 (Holy Communion; iiml 7.30, Coila 3.. TO. Sim. J9— Moruj-a 11, B*terasn's Day 4, Nclligon Moil 20— Dwicenboura. 7.30. Titan. 21— Mogo 7.30. Sun. 26— Coila 11 (H.C.), Mortiyn 3 (children's service) and 7,30. K J. SPETSCER. iiici'mbeiit.
The Return of Mr F. H. Cowen. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 8 May 1889
The Return of Mr F. H. Cowen Mr, F. H. Cowfin, the well-known conduc tor nnd composer, arrived in ]-ondon ($;iys the Pall Mull Budget of Mni-eli 22) direct from Naples. H« was looking very well, though u. little fatigued, of the Australian musical ' mission. ' ' What is your opinion of the musicnl tastes of the colony '(' — ?' When I arrived Oic.ro it waa u roinpara tivoly ba'Tcn flelii. They never Imd the ehance of knowing whut a comjilulc orchestra was, but I have given them two i-oncci'ts a day for six niouihs — over -50 iiinll— andtbc result lias been uslouiKlin;;. At llic outset I begai! at tlio light mJ of l!io Inno, foim ing my programme, from works easily under standable, wul not ubijvc the hemls of my audience, incluiiiiig niiive.inc:its from the Byniuhonics of JSihjlIiuvcij, Mozart, »ud Haydn, intwspi'ispil with lighter music by Meyerbeer, Gomioil, Hossini, Auber, Bizet, Massc.net, and others. But I had no ' E\ )iibitiou ' music, and St muss's waltzes after n time woro not...
Why the Pigs Pay. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 8 May 1889
Why the Pigs Pay. We mean the jiig of tho family, tho ' lono iTJiytJinr that- pays tho tint.' Wo do not nilnde to ho;;?, or the best mode of breeding tin-in, Inn M how tbe family pig ifl profitable evon when tti« tucot ho prodncod is aometimes done- nt a loss. In some poor families the matter of feeding the pig compels many little sacrifices. A few pennies' worth of feed at a time, together with that which is collected in tiie slm'.ni of j-rass and weeds in uncultivated InvMtious, to say nothing of the waste from tho kik-Iien, i.- tlic mode of elevating the juvenile porcine lo the full dignity'of a candidate fortho port barrel. Verj often he does not como up to exrwetati jus, aud fails to astonish his sd mireiv by his rapid growth and aptitude to take on fat, yet with oil the disabilities, ho usuftily pnys. But how does he pay for himself, if liig cost exceeds his production, may be as!;o;l. The fact that he finds a place on every smr.H farm and renders the farm lonely without his p...
Good Results of Fruit Eating. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 8 May 1889
Good Ucsalts of Fruit Eating The person who makes dnily and free uses of the finks of our orchards ami vineyards, of theso 'ffxx] things strewn over the thorny path ni life,' lias no appetite for beer and whisky, not1 c-ven for tobacco. It is a physi cal impassibility to enjoy a plate of strnw Serritfs, a g°°d peach, a good apple or a cludtnr of grapes am! a glass of beer or a cigar Jit the. suite, time, or iu a short suc cession. Mild fruit ackis have all the desir able effects of ulcohol without its injurious and bad ones : nil its stimulating properties without its intoxicating powers ; thny satis fy the appetite without weakening the iHM-vr-s o-- tlie stonmrh ; they give perma uout force without reaction.
Removing Leading from Fire [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 8 May 1889
Removing Leading from Fire Ea-»y method of cleaning guns wlj'Mi Ii-;:.l.\l. If a muzzle loader, s nipple or comtnnnicat-ion-uole with 8 or, if a brooch loader, insert a i brooch raiiiur tightly ; next pour some qnick sitver into the Iwinel, and put another cotk in the i:mz,;i(- : then proceed to roll it np and down tiie barrel, shaking it about for a few miimU'.s. The mcreiirv and tlie lead will form un amalgam, and leave the barrel as clean and free fnnn li-ad as when now. The Bamo quicksilver cim be used rei'eateilly by straining il ihrnii^h \v:isli-luatlior — for t!ic lead will bo left In-hind in the leather, nnd the quicksilver will be again fit fnr use. Wet the towon the rod with -piriU of tur|iciit!uc, a? the latter has the properly uf remn\-iHg any leudinc; almost equally with quicksilver. Never t-iui-h tho grti-ives (if :i rilie with ivnerv, as it will dull tlitir tifa nnd, couscjucnt!), alToct tho ahoot int' Jiower.
Love, Fortune, or Position. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 8 May 1889
Love, Fortune, or Position. Who marries for love takes a wife, who riirriiis for fortune takes a mistress, who marries lov position takes a lady. You are lo'i'il by your wife, regarded by your mis trr-ss, toli::-a(nd by your lady. You have a wife fin yourself, a mistress for your house ami frii'iiils, a lady for the world and society. Yo'.ir nif,- will agree with you, your mistress will 1'nlf- vou, vour ladv will manage you. Yi'ar vife wi!) take -;are of your household, your mistress of your house, your iiuly of nj-]-onrances. it you are sick yoar wifo will nurse you, your mistress will visit you, your lady will inquire after your licillli. You take a walk with your wife, a ii-le with your mistress, and ga to n party with your lady. Your wife will sli.inj your j;ri-:I, your mistress your moneys and your Judy yoar debts. If you die your wife njll wefcj., your mistress will lament, iinJ your lady wear mourning. Which will you have ?
WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH, May. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 8 May 1889
WliSUJVAK JIKTIIOW-Sr CllCBCH. Mat. Thu. 9-Klora 7-SO, Kcv. F. W. Robnrls. S«o. lZ-A1.in-.ya 11 iunl7.:», R«--v. F. VY. Rolwrta, mi.! Kiorn at .1 ,- Map 3, Mr. A. Hutching. Weil. Is—Turliiijah IV. T. Hull; 7.30, IU-v. K W. Roberta. Fri. 17- Hi-ni.ii.1m7 U0, Rev. F. W. Roberta. Smi. 1!-— .Moi-.iyuli, -Mr. .1. Kniinctt ; 7.30, R,v. F. W. liou- its ; A'L-ili,;i-n 10.45, Kov. F. W. Rfllxirtx, uii.1 ikiU'man's Hay 8.30. S\m. L-(i -Moruya II miJ 7.30, Hev. F. W. Roberts uii.l M..-,, 3 ; 'J'ouiiikin 3.15, Mr. A. Hutch F. W. A. R0I1EKTS.
Wiping a Bishop's Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 8 May 1889
Wiping A Bishop's Month A lady, whose establishment was very small, invited Dr. Monck, tho Bishop of Gloucester, to dinner. She engaged for the occasion the services of an old butler, who had retired and become a greengrocer, and of a boy who knew nothing of waiting. The boy was as nervous as ho was ignorant, and annoyed the old butler by constantly asking for instructions, until at last the man, in a moment of impatience, said : ' Stand behind tlio bishop's cbair, and when his lordship tafets a glass of wine, take your napkin and, wipe his mouth !' The boy took the jocose reply for a wrinua command, ilo stationed himself behind llio bishop, waited until the dignitary ha-l drank a gluse of wine, and tben, hs deliberately as bis nervousness would permit, wiped his lordship's mouth.
Hot Water to Relieve Thirst. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 8 May 1889
Hot Water to Relieve Thirst. . It is u mistake, to suppose that cold drinks arc neccessary to relieve thirst. Very cold drinks, as a rule, increase the feverish condi tion of the mouth and stamnch, and to create thirst. Experience shows it to be a fact that hot drinks relieve thirst and 'cool off' the body when it is in an abnormally heated condition better thnn ice-cold drinks. It is far better and safer to avoid the free use of drinks below sixty degrees — In fact, a higher temperature is to be preferred : and those who arc much troubled with thirst will do well to try tlie advantages to bfi derived from hot drinks instead of cold fluids to which they have been accustomed. Hot drinks aha have thu advantage of aiding disgestion, instead of causing debility of the stomach and bowels. There is a floorwalker in one of the East End draper's chops whose great toes point to wards each other in the most friendly man ner. ' What will you have, madam 1' said he to an Ivisbwuman who woe look...