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My first Visit to Nerrigundah. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 17 October 1888

My first Visit to Nerrigundab. At the invitation of a friend i decided to visit Nerrigundah, the erstwhile Eldorado of the South, and with this determination in view an early start from Moruya was arranged for Thursday morning, and precisely at 7 . 30 when few of our contented, anri progressive, anti ablutionists and conservative business people had arranged themselves in their wanted   positions on boxes on kerb stones in front of their respect uninterupted source of pleasure from beginning to end I must mention that we hnd good   horse for which we were indebted to tbe kind ness of a friend, and it was most noticeable that in every instance where we came across a traveller he (the traveller not the horse) used to smile at the somewhat slow progress we were making uphill, but this was quickly changes into surprise, aye ! consternation, when we would '-hum' down the incline on the other side. Truly our borse was a marvel on the. downhill business. We reache...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

A. and P. Society. AGKNF.RAL MEE^UTO of the members of the alieve will be hSdat the Hall on TUES DAY NEXT, the 3qth^U*Mit at 3 o'clock; to elect a commitUc-mui in\ \tUe room of Mr. W. H. Coiiolly. \i The committee will meet immediately after And resume ('rafting tho Prize Schedule for the 1889 Ski!' WILLIAM BOOT, , Secretary. 5 ) by Auction, WILLIAM~BOOT i. ,-cd with instructions from Geoeoe v fhy Ksq., J.P., (who is leaving the dis . 11 at his residence Gundary, on SAX i- ? . . -d NOVEMBER, all his valuable i old Furniture and Effects :;. , lium . milk) -' i)onble Harness ,. . xddle (almost new) .- ??? I pigs, and 7 slips : f Sundries. ;?.: -.mlars in future issue. ' 'T ?- -\ -E a Good Piano, cheap. I .i Apply Times Office, Moruya. ~ ~\. PICNIC Inaidoftlie C0ILA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Will be held at COILA .(ft1 MOT NOVEMBER ( r.r. :\'CE OP WALES BIRTHDAY). I ncheon at 12 o'clock A: ,. i l»6d. CHILDREN Is. j.t . . ?:. may be purchased trom Mr. Knap* in:: :C: -Ueet JH Moruya Rowing Cl...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Man in Female Disguise [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

A Mas in Female Disguise. The young man Lawrence, who was ar rested in female, disguise at the Melbourne Inhibition on Saturday night, was before the City Court on Monday, October 1, on charges uf insulting behaviour and vagrancy. The Age says : — The Court was crowded, and the police had the greatest possible difficulty in keeping the avenues, and even the repor ter's box, clear from intrusion. Finally, after the usual list of police charges had been completed the case was called on, and the prisoner was placed at the bur. His ap pearance caused a decided sensation. Dressed in a red skirt and a close litting jacket of blue, striped with white, the out lines of his figure wonderfully resembled those of a woman, and the deception was still futher increased by a flaxen wig, sur mounted by a jaunty hat. The costume was perhaps a trille loud ; but even in the nervousness of the moment the prisoner dis played no awkwardness in woman's garments, which, indeed, he wore with the unconscious...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Baby Rescued by a Monkey [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

A Baby Rescued by a Monkey. A nobleman had \n favorite monkey, a large orangoutang, which, you know, is the largest species of monkey except the gorilla. This monkey was very much attached to his master, and to tile baby boy who was the pet of the whole family. One day suddenly a fire broke out in the house, and everybody was running hero aud there to put it out, while the little boy in his nursery was al most forgotten ; and wheu they thought of him the staircase was all inflames. What could be done t As they were looking up and wondering, a lar#e hairy hand aud arm opened the window, and presently the mou kcy appeared with the baby in his anus, aud carefully climbed down over the porch, and brought the child safely to his nurse. No liody else could have done it ; for a man can not climb liku a monkey, and is not nearly so stioiif;. You can imapue how the faith ful creature was praised and petted after that. This is a true story, and the child who was saved was the young Marquis of...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ripe for the Cat. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

Ripe for the Cat. 'His Honor JoUf;e Quinlaii, in passing sen tte.nce at the General Sessions Court yostcr ? day on two .young men named Frederick Trevor and John Wilson (observes the ' Argus' of the :4th instant), took occasion ; again to refer tojthe increasing prevalence of assaults and robberies committed in Mel Ibourae by gangaof Australian natives. He : stated that be hat) examined the records con nected with the calendar for the present October, sitting of the sessions, and the .prisoners 'to be tried at them, and he fr-'^ th'*. r* *he t.w»pty-six prisoners on ?..??. - -? ? .*;nee were Australian ':. . . u1- ?? ? '\.:in being 'Victorian :n!' ' '?i-.-j-a charged with rol ? .;? .-«b was Jess security ? --. !--?, ivv liv'V «.nd property in th'' :i - : ??'K..™.- v.- ' '? m^there was in the exc. .' -n' 'ays of the gold diggii ? ; ? ic from gangs of young : ? ? banding themaJK-cs together to attn. ? rob drunken men and to assault def :- -:i 'women and policemen. His Honor ?:.'- tise...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] on General Gordon. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

jlseley on General Gordon. '?? ilesley contributes an article on ? ? ? . ' te the current number of the ? y Review, from which we take the xtract :— ' In writing of courage, it is impossible to ? omit a reference to my friend and comrade, 'Charley GorHon. His courage was an instinct, fortified by faith in God and in future life. This life had no intense pleasures for him, and he shrank from ilte applause of ? men. He did whatever came to his hand with all the Royalty of an Enzlish srentle miui, and csptciiilJy with tie earnestness aud zeal of a servant of Christ The world was to him a sort of prison, beyond the precincts ? of .'.Inch lay that New Jerusalem from which liis wnking thoughts, and very dreams even, uever wandered. While in this mundane prison, he tried to do God's bidding with that most -mi-ounded sympathy for the sufferings of nil animal creation that wasouc - of his most remarkable characteristics. And . yet he Jiad aosolute.lv no rp^ard for human life. To die, to 'be ...

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 — 24 October 1888

WESLEVAX MKIIIODIST CIIUKl.'H. Outiiueil Sun. 28-Muruyii 11 ami 7.:|O, Rev. F. \\'. Ko licrts, and Mujjo at 3 ; Tuuakiii .1, Mr. A. liutviiuijp. F. W. A. KOUEKTS. Iphe Moruua 33mca Fair, Fuu-lem, Sm. JIouuva, \\*ki)Ni:suat, Ouiobkii 21, ISSx

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Madame Adelina Patti. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

Madame Adelina Fatti. Madamu Adelina Patti with her hus band, Signer Kicolini lias been on tour in South America, and it has been the most successful tour she has ever undertaken. She left England on December 10 last, for Buenos Ayres. Madame Patti f;ave 24 representations at the Politeauia Argeutiiio, and the magnificent building, capable to nc coiniiiodnte 1)000 people, was crnimncd on that occasion, the receipts of the lust mglit bring over i'4000. It is said that speculators made a profit of £G per seat. The total receipts for the 24 entertainments amounted to no less than £70,000, of which sum Madame Patti received as her share £1,GUO per niglit, or £000 more than she was guaranteed. The receipts of Uie foar fare well performances in Buenos Ayres reached the total of £3,570 p;r night, and on the oc casion of Madame Patti's benefit the house ?was the scene of the wildest enthusiasm. Bouquets and floral tributes were thrown in such numbers that Madame Patti had to actually walk o...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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LECTURE ON FREE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

LECTURE ON FREE TRADE. Mb. Miller, Free Trarln Lecturer addressed an audisneo in tliu Mechanic's institute on Monday evening. Considering that the gentleman hud only arrived in Moruya that day and that notice of his advent only pre cided him liy a few hours, the hall was fairly well tilled. In commencing his address the lecturer stated tk.it in advocating cither Free Trade or Protection, its ad vocatcs and supporters were often actuated by selGsh motives. Indeed the nature of the question was such that it was almost impossible to keep out some little feeling of that sort. He (the lecturer) was no stickler for commercial interests, and most emphatically denied that the Free Traders were opposed to native in dustries. They (the Free Traders) were fighting in the interests of the people. They demanded that people should have the right to buy or sell in whatever market they thought proper, and to receive payment for their goods in whatever manner, or through what ever medium they should...

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 — 24 October 1888

he best medicine known is SANDER and SONS ?ALY1'H EXTHACT. Test its eminent crful fflecta in coughs, colds influenza, etc.,— relief is instnntaeouB. Hia Majesty tlie King a)y, and medical syndicates all over the globa tlie patron. Bead the Official reports that .inpany each bottle. Mosler, II. 0., Prof, vereity, Grcifswald reports :— The Euea. Extra. .?cd magnificently successful severe contusions, ises, sprains, wounds scoldings, broken ribs and Us. (Mod. Journal., Nov., 1881). In diseases he Kidnoys, either active congestion or »up ttiuii (urauitia), albuminuria, diopsy, lituiaeis, hing will equal in its action Eucalypti Extract, scs, S to 8 drops. Hosier. M.D., Prof. Univers ,', Grcifawald, reports :— Diphtheria. Tonsile itiuuaUy coherent, presenting ulcers with whit. data. Cured in H days. Surgical Clint of Prof. 'Intyrc Colleague of Physicians and surgeons, St. mis— Scirrhua of BreuBt— Excision, Eucalypt itract employed. No .Swelling, licit or discolor ion. Cured iu 11 daye. [j...

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Needles. Short, Sharp, and Shiny. "Unkind season. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

Needles. Short, Shnr/i, and Shiny. Unkind season. Early potatoes cut by frost. Local Laud Board sitting two clays. Yarragee road to lie inaile at last. John Kelly, Esq., is the lowest tenderer. Messrs. Mcliaiii and Mcljullin's great cleilrinc sale on Saturday. Bodalla .Minstrels at Kurobodalla on Thurs day evening. Paddy Boyle gone to Braidwood college for another six months. Mr. A. Miller received a patient hearing everywhere excepting Moruya. At Bega Dr. Thomas, Bishop of Goulburn, contirDicd 95 candidates. 29 additional men of war (' says Lord Hamilton') aggregating 100,000 tons for tlie British Navy, will be completed in two mouths. New South Wales population exceeds that of Victoria by 6,b'OO. Keep out of bad company if you would keep out of trouble. At the Eurobodalla Art Union three prizes were won by Moruya people. The Nile overflows its banks once a year, the stream at the Bank of N.S.W. every day. Mr. Rawlinson, on Wednesday last at Bega, exposed the fallacies of Free-trad...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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Judging by Appearances. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

Judging by Appearances. A horse's head indicates his character vcrr much as a man's does. Vice is shown in the eye and mouth, intelligence iu tbe eye and in the nose, in the mobile nostril, and active ear. The size of the eye, the thinness of the skin, making the face bony, the large, open thin-edged nostril, the fine ear, and the thin, fine mane and foretop, arc indications nf high breeding, and accompany a high strung, nervous organisation, which, with good limbs and muscular power, insures a considerable degree of speed in the animal. The stupidly lazy horse has a dull eye, usu ally a narrow forehead and contracted poll. He is always a blunderer, forgets himself, and stumbles on smooth ground, get self and his owner into difficulties, is i times positively lazy, but often a hare He needs constant care and watchfulli the driver's part. A buyer of horses ' ?? '?; be able to detect the good and bad qi of the animal he contemplates purcl This valuable knowledge is only acqui a carefu...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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New South Wales Lament over her Grand-child. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

New South Wales Lament over her Grand-child. Mr. Miller says that America'B natural re sources, and not her protective policy is re sponsible for her phenomenal progress. How does it happou then, that New South Wales with her vast natural advantages, licr large area, her great ago, and nurtured under the milk of free-trade, ivith Australia's greatest ? statesman to hoot, has not outstripped Vic toria, who has not completed her fiftieth birth dnv. with no coaL a small territorr. and stran gling ? under tlie destructive policy of protec tion ? Oh, Victoria ! Victoria ! for over 40 ycara has your grandmother been pointing out the ruin Uiat must inevitably came upon your head, if you persist in adopting the curse of protection. We tare uot for yimr orcr-floiving exchequer and your contented and prosperous pnpulption : dosirndinn is bound to come upon yon sooner or later ; perhaps not in this cen tury, or the next, or even the next, but it will emie, unit ?o will the end of ii..w 'v '? ....

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How often should Cows be Fed ? [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

How often should Oows be Fed ? This quest!. hi luis revived a jrrc.it deal of attention. Aluuy jieuple fivd throe times a ;Uv. and some lmve even ;.riveii five feei-t dnr iiijr tlie ta-t'iily-f-iiir iMiir-i. Jiiir it i.* lu-giuiijug Lo lie f.jmid wit that the cow's stumadi, a-s well ,n i hut of other aniMiaU. dinuimla ti'.ne ia which to properly digest food, and that fowling iwict! a dsiv iToduees a? (.''Oil, if nut belter, re -iilts than feeJini; uftener. It is the nulure uf llie cow to (ill her ]i.umcti, lie -li.wn, and then throw up her food and, mast irate it in the little liuncher, called ?' ciuls.' The food tliou is pn |iared to enter tlie ether ilirce sbiiu.u:iig ami go through the ]irui-e:s uf digestion. All this l.ikes lime, and n»y iu'.ernijiiion of the process is an injury. Twice a day — illuming and even ing — will be found often eiioiurh to feed. Cows when in pasture will spend the early part of the forcnccii iu filling themselves. The middle of the day will be spent iu...

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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LATEST NEWS. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. Mr H. Clarke, Produce Merchant, Victoria Wharf. Sydney, reports [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

T iTINT \Ttf\\N BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. Mr H. Clarke, Produce Merchant, Vic toria Wharf. Sydney, reports - Butter, Is to Is Cd Bacon fid to 7d Cheese 7d to 9d Lard 3d to 4d Hides :itl to :U,d Hark, £6 to £8 .Maize, 3s Od Eggs, lOd to lid per dozen. Sydney, Tuesday. Caulfield Races. Maiden Plate— Suowfoot, Lord Alltn, Fkx. Nursery IIandicap — Rudolph, Cat's Eye, Lady Marion. Selling Eace — Surprise, Cat's Eye, Lady Marion. Cup — Chicago, Tradition, Bravo. Lara killed while exercising this morning. Scratched for Cup— Dick Swivdler, Lock sley, Aglaos, Lord Headington. .Stekj'L/chase— Uoolart, Benny, Ellerelie. Windsor Handicap — Bothwell, Gladstone, Wyves. Cup won by half length in 2 mins. 38J sees.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Little Courtesies. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

Little Courtesies. In the various trifles that make or mar the happiness of daily life, little courtesies play a most important part. A simple ' good morning ' to & child, uttered iu cheery tones, will call up a bright reflection on the juvenile face and elicit a corresponding response, while even surly and hardened souls will soften beneath the steady rmlKLiicf; of a courteous manner. In our earnest and e:ii;er pursuits the main ends for which we live — tlio acquisition of knowledge, the milking of money, the con quest of fame or power, the meeting the varied demands of our station in life — we arc apt to overlook the importance to our selves, and to those around us, of a disinter ested and habitual courtesy. There is a magnetism in a sunny and cor dial manner, that all feel who come within the circle of its power, and though this subtle clement is not inherent in all natures, it may be cultivated by every one. True courtesy springs from the heart, and has its source in a g...

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 — 24 October 1888

Moruya Post Office. M.-.ils for Sydney. Uniiilwnod. mid Aralucn close ally, Friiluysi-xn-ptcil. nt 10 '.in. For B.-;.,. Clxiiw,,. r-wliilla, nnd Brasilia, closu ?daily, W,,.iiluys nsci-ptL-il, at 0.1)0 p.m. K«r KutuiRnn'a I'ay uml Muua, cluse on Sundays ?t Illji.ui., mid on Wednesdays iwii I'l-iilwy* a( 1.30 pui. Kur Kitira clones Wubiiwiliiya null Saturdays at -£.?» p.m. MiiiU from Sydney, liniidwm.d, mi.l Aralu.in n rcwivuil daily, Momjays o,eepte.l, ut!) 11.111. T'v.111 !!u^.i, Cobwgii, llodnllu, mid Bcgaliu, Ri!y, Fsjimvh uxcrpuid, nt 10 p.m. lliiteiuaiis Hay ami Mogo on Mondays nl 7.:«' p.m. ; Tliiualnys ut 12uoon, ami on Katurdaya 4J hours jiJW arrirftl tit uteamcr from Nyd/icy. A Sy.lnuy lwig iB aluo rwoivtd liy this :n;iiL Kiora \\ edncsdayB imd Saturdays at 12 noon. OFFICE UllVKS. ?Hie l'ost Oftioe is open rvuularly from !! a.m. until 6 p.m. .in wcok days, and un Sunday* fruni 9 a.m. to 1(- a.m. Mmii'.T Onluriwd Savin-. Hank Cilice open from 9 U.111. til ti jMii. daily (Sii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. of Sydney. HORTJYA BRANCH. Crpital ? £600,000 lUserved Funds ? £600,000 'RoervBfor Equalization of Dividends £115,000 A DVANCES made, Wlls diacoTmtcd, deposits re -£*- celved, chaqiiM crllcofced, drafts issued on si 'the principal towiia in the Australian colonies, a.ls- a Groat Britain, and all usual Banking businea ransacttd at current rates. E. A. BLOMFIELD. Manager. COACHBUILWNG 1 AND WHEELWRICHT1NC j ESTABLISHMENT, I CnuRcn St., Moruya. A. M1LLIKIN, BKHS to inform tbo public generally that he ii carrying ou the .above work in &11 ita varioui branche*. Btotk of the best Ammican Umber for baggy manufacture, Ttonblo Seated Buggies from ... £3.*) upwards. *nigl« do. do. ... £30 -lo. jUl other Tchi'le» u equally low prices. JWgiw Mid Coifc.lM.-8 liejci.il an5 Re-painted or the ?hnrtffit notice. HORSESHOEING DON IS ON THE PREMISES, Bricks! Bricks! THE UNDERSIGNED i- prepared U rapplj GOOD WELL-BURNKDBBICKS, in anj qnantttiei at the Kiln £2 per 1000 ...

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PRESBYTERIAN. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

i'liKSHYTKUIAN. Omiut:ii. ?SStli. -Moruya 11 j Coila 3, (Prayer Mi-i-tiiit;) Mr. Cinq's 7.:!0. .2Sth. \uii 'iVuiuliili 7. Ml. JWtli. — TillKi'TillKt 7.30. ?3lst.-limiiayiii7.3U. .1. 11. ARCHIBALD.

Publication Title: Moruya Times And South Coast Journal, The
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 October 1888

CHURCH SERVICES. DIVINE SEKV1CKS will uo he-Id (u.v.), a« follows ; — CHURCH OK ENULAND. OiminEii. 'Wwl. 21 C. IC.T. Muutinu 7.30. 1'li. 2H 4,-h.iir 1-racticu. .Sun. '.'S- ? NVUigai 10.45 (Holy Cuiiiiiiiiuinu) ; llati uian'a Kay 3, Moruya 7.30. Jt'llVEM UEK. I-Yi. ?.' -i:ii.iir l'1-.u.-tico 7.:«. *un. i -ttiila 3, Muriiya7.:». K. J. Sl'KNCEH, Incinnlwiit.

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