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DEATH OF CARDINAL MANNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892

DEATH OF CARDINAL MANNING. I - ? I London, Jan. 14. — Cardinal Manning is dead. — Yesterday hia Holiness the Pope cabled hia blessing to Cardinal Manning. TheCardinal died iu Bisoop Vaughau's arms Honry Edward Manning was horn July 15, 1 808. Ho was educated nt tho University of Oxford, and was graduated with tho high est honours. His distinction in scholarship led to his election ns Fellow of Morton Col lope, Oxford. Subsequently he was appoin ted a select preacher in the University at ?which ho was educatod. In 1834 ho became Rector of Lavinfjton, aud in 1810 was mude | Archdeacon of Chicheter. These proferments ho resigned ill (ho year 1851, when ho left I tho communion of the Church of England, nnd joinod that of tho Eomau Catholic Church. His chango of faith cnusod groat excitement in England. Fourtoen years later, in 1805, ho bocamo Archbishop of Westminster; succinding Dr. Wiseman in thit position. Iu 1887 he was made Car dinal, tho Priest and Arohbishop of West minster by Po...

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REGISTER YOUR VOTE. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892

REGISTER YOUR VOTE, (To (he. Editor J. Sir, — As tho new electoral lists for 1892 will ; shortly be prepared the following information will | be of service to those whose names do not at present appear on the rolls, but who arc qualified under tho Electoral Act : — Every natural born or naturalised buhjcct of the full age of 21 years is entitled to ono vote in any electorate, provided he shall, during the six months immediately preceding January 28th, (a) Have risided continuously in that electorate ; (M Whether resident or otherwise, have had possession within that electorate of a freehold or leasehold es tate of the clear value of £100, or from which he has been in receipt of rents or profits of the clear value of £100 or the annual value of £10. (r) Whether resident or otherwise, have occupicd within that electorate any house, office, shop or buildinp. either jointly or separately with any land, of the annual valuo of £10. Such occupation may have been con tinuously of any one pr...

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THE ESCAPE FROM BERRIMA GAOL PRISONER WAXES ELOQUENT. EXTRA IMPRISONMENT—ONE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892

TIME MS CA PEER Oil BERRIMA GAOL PRISONER WAXES ELOQUENT. EXTRA IMPRISONMENT— loNE DAY. George Armstrong was charged at tho Goulburn Quarter Sessions on Wednesday and Thursday last, j before Judge Murray, witti escaping from Berrimu. ( Gaol un 30th December last. I Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was undefended, j It appears that tho accused wao undergoing two j sentences of six years and live years for burglary j aim stealing irom a dwelling, passed on Inm at tho Sydney Quarter Sess3on3 in September, 18S9. For some little time previous to his escape he wao engaged in the garden round tho Doputy Governor's house, and had a certain amount of latitude round this part of the gaol. Ou tho 30th December ho was missed somo time ia the middle of tlio day, and search was made iu tho gaol grounds, but lie could not bo found. A search wao then made in tho vicinity of tho gaol, and the accused was fonnd some three miles awav in the bush with a sprained ankle, which ho said ho sustained in jum...

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THE SUTTON FOREST CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892

THE SUTTON FOREST CASES. Tho following casrs, briefly mentioned in Friday's Scrutineer wcro dealt with at the Goulburn Quortor Sessions hat week before his Honor Judge Mur ray INDKOKNT ASSAULT. 'William Henry Phillips was charged with in decently assaulting a little girl named Sarah Jano Ditton, aged 11 ycar», at Sutton Forest on 15th December last. Accused ultaded not Builtv. and w&3 unde fended. It appears, according to tho Crown Prosecutor, tlio little girl is an orphan child living with her grandmother at Sutton Forest. Her mother died when she was a baby. Tho accused is related to her by inarriace, ho being married to her cousin. On the evening of the 15th December accused called at her grandmother's place, and asked the little girl to go homo with him as his wifo wanted to seo her. Tho child had been in tho habit of spending a good deal of time at accused's placo keeping his wifo company when he would lie away. When they got to the house aocuscd'a wife was not there. I...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892

A. E. ]?. Canning, of Perth (Western Australia) hns beon murdered by natives on tho Upper Ashburton. Prom information received by tlie police, it appears that Can ning wns on liis way to Roebourne, when hu was attacked by blacks and mortally injured by spear wounds. He lingered three days and died from the injuries ho received. Tho deceased was tlie eldest son of Mr. Canning, M.L.A. A terrible railway accident is reported to have taken place nt Crawfordsvillo, Indiana. (U.S.). A train ran oft' the. rails and fell over an embankment a depth of 50ft. Tho carriages wore nearly smashed te pieces. Thirty-eight; passengers were seriously in jured, and several are not expected to recover. Two persons were killed. One oar in its descent down the embankment rolled over three times, and then caught fire. The passengers in this car had a miraculous escape. None of them were much hurt. Amongst the passengers in the train wero i the members of three theatrical companies. [ One actress war. kilte...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892

BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, \ ? I A meeting of this council was held in the Council Chambers on Thursday night last. The following gentlemen wcro present : — Aid. Holmos (iu tho chair), Hodgson, Harrison, Oxley, Cobb, Campbell, Bissaker. Bagot, and Dawson. From boroughs of Moss Valo and Mittagong, in reference to request for establishment of a superior public school in tho district. — The Mayor was in otiuctcd to sign tho petition on behalf of the council REFOKTS. Finance Committeo.— The following accounts have been examined and passed : — Wages sheet £21 4/2, salary £G, G. Rudgo £15, Bowral Gaa Co. £19 6/4, insurance on hall £1 4/9, J. L. Campbell 16/9, Mrs. D. L, Beer £3 11/0 ; J. Stokes, wood blocks, 16s.; Clias. Waters £1 3/6, total £G9 33. Park account, £7 14s. Council Clerk. — I havo to report that the sum of £*2*2 G/6 has been paid for rates during the past fort night, and £13 3/10 on other accounts. The over draft to January 13th was £423 11/10. I took pro ceedings for the rec...

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CATALOGUE OF BANKRUPTCIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892

CATALOGUE OF BANKRUPTCIES. I v 'v . ? ' The following is a ofatemont compiled by Y-vVv.' the'Banbruptoy Department of tho profes \. ' i Biono and tradoa of tho bankrupts who sequestrated during last yoar: — Accountant ' 1 1, agents 101, architects 2, iissnyor 1, artists ? v nsphaltor 1 , auctioneers 7, bakers 8, beo ^-'Vjwftrmor 1, bookmaker 1, basketmakor 1/ . . \™#rwters-nt-law 2, blacksmiths 16, hank po«lgor 1, bookkeeper 1, lionrding-house boundary ridora 2, bootmakers 4, 'W; bricklayor3 7, brickmakers 1, I W banksman 1, bullock driver 1, .builders 25, cabmen 2, cattlo 1 \®!'V7n830r 1- carpentoro, 16, coal ^j^riers 6, cartora 6, chemists ?!, \'g,;lidriver 1, colloctor 1, com 'oii^s 4, coal morchants 3, cook Y0«eonfeotionore 7, contractors 2, commission agents jlaijrovo 5, conelfbuilder 1, ti concert agent 1, Civil servants 12, constable 1, dairy farmors 3, dairymen 3; doalers 17, drnpors 5, drnftsmon 1, docorators 2, dyorn 2, drivors 8, drovors 3, engineers 7, ongino drivor 1, f...

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BERRIMA. SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892

BERRIMA. SCHOOL OF A UTS. The annual meeting of the above institution was held on Wednesday evening the 13th iust. There wcro present Mr. T. M. Shepherd (in the chair) Messrs. J. Connelly, R. N. Matthews, Robort Matthews, G. E. Mnkin, D. Sutherland. P. Murphy, . D. Sheridan, J. Armlield, B. Wilshirc, and E. B. Daly. A report was read setting forth the work dono since tho re-opening of the institute. Mr. G. E. Mnkin, in moving the adoption of the report, said ho Iiad to congratulato tho committeo on the very excellent roport he had just heard read. Tho work accomplished was a good work and deserved the u} mpathy of every wll wisher in tho pLice. It only showed tho pcoplo of Berrima were st'dl alive to tho valuo of Hiich an institution, nnd was another proof of their jeadincsa to come forward and lend a helping hand when there was need of such help. From tho work already done, and tho general desiro as shown by its present members to work well togothcr ho predicted that in a very shor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892

IB IT (V-£- 1 ~ 7 ~ r S/lQini'c; Snamaiiflioi? ^EToaif. First quality Tweed Suits, splendid valuo ... SBs Extra quality Tweed Suits, splendid value ... ^ 403 Special quality Tweed Suits, cplondid valuo ... ,M 60s Premier quality Tweed Suits, equal to order ... ,» .,i'v -» ??? ; 80a Kstemono Navy IJluo Sorgo Suits, fast colors... j ' )t, | ,,, 40a StnlT Sergo Suit3, fast eolor3 ? ? J,. 46s Klauncl Navy Blue Scrgo Suits, soft, light, nnd durably i ? SS)l' 40s Samples, with dlacrams nnd dlrectlona for oolf-moanurStes, tent Poit Prii to ? all Parts of tho Colony. ?' S \ B DAUIES JOCjEO Ci GOLIPACJV, ©c-llcnS (SlotEjIcrp, Qoorno Sirooty Sydney. Orroarra O.P.O. □ niEiD e'oe: 23. tnzi!nj2iiC4(n)iQicjE3. ILodloo* ond (SCaMdron'o GIMInofy. Fashion Plates Freo by Post. Ladies' Imitation Cabbage Tree Sailor Hats, from 2s Gd to Cs, with band Children's Sailor Hats, Ba Gd, Gd, Cs Gd, 7s Od Ladies' Fancy Straw Hats and Bonnots, newest shapes, ia, Ds, Cs 6d, 7o 6d, 8s 6d, 9s 6d Ladies' nnd Childre...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

CHUECH OF ENGLAND ' Sutton Forest II ; Bundanoon 3 ; Moss.Valo 7.30. —Rev. A. G. Stoddart. Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Service ovcry Sunday morning at 11 a.m. ; Mount Ashliy (St. Thomas)— Every Sunday at 3 p.m. ; Yarrunga second Sunday in every month at ? p.m. Last Sunday in every month : Mount Asliby 11 a.m.. Dong Bong 3 p.m. All seats aro free.— W. A, Lecsh, B.A. Hoi.y Trinity, Beiimha. Birrima, every Sunday at 11 ; first, third, and fifih Sundays in tho month at 7. Jtev. Cj. Shnppard, B,A. Cr iss Roads, first and third Sunday at 7. M;k;li Range, sccond Sunday at 3. j iielanglo, fourth Sunday at 3. St. Stephen's, MiTTAnoNo. Services every Siinday 11 a. in., and 7*30 p.m. Colo Vale, every Sunday nt 3 p.m. 1 Lower Mittagong, second Sunday in the month, at 3 Jellorc, fourth Sunday in tho month, at 3 p.m. | St. Simon & St. Judk's Ho wit a l. Divine Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. ami 7.30 p.m. Children's Service on tho laBt Sunday of month at 3.15 p.m. Short Snrvieo eve...

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FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST. ; : Sydney, Jan. 20th £ 8 d„ ... £ s d Butter, Factory, per lb . v .0 ; .0 .\ 8 to 0 0 9 Butter, Dairy ... ... 0 0J 6 '' 0 o 8 Bacon, hand-cured 0 0 fl| 0 0 74 Cheese ... ... ... 0 0. 3 0 0 4 Eggs, per doz. ... ? ..v 0, 1^0 Oil Pigs, per lb ... ... ... . 0 0-v4 0 0 4£ Calves, each ... 0 5 ' 0 ' 1 5 0 Honey, per lb ... v.... 0 0. 4 0 0 4J Fowls, per pair ? .' 0w l3r 6 0 4 .0 Ducks ... ... ..'.0 3 6 0 4 0 Geeso ... ...? ... 0 5 6 0 6 6 Turkeys ? ? ... . 0 10:. 0 ? 0 12 0 Maize, per bus. ' ' ? ? 0 2 4 0 2 6 Wheat ... ... ...'''0'' 4 10. 0 5 0* Oats, feed ... ... ... .0 . 2 5 0 2 6 Barley, Cape ...* ..* 0 0 .0 0 0 0 Flour, per ton ? ... ... 12 0 . 0 15- 0 .0 Hay, lucerno ... ? ... 2 10% 0 3 10 0 Do, oaten... ... ..«- 4 0 0 4 10 0 Potatoes ... ... ... 2 15 0 3 0 0 Onions ... ... ... 6 0 0 6 5 0 Hides, each ? 0 0 2 0 0 2* Calf Skins ? 0.0 9 0 1 0

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THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S PRICE LIST. Sydney, Jan. 20th, £ s. d. £ s, d. Butter (factory), per ib ... 0 0 8 to 0 0 9 Do. 1st quality (dairy) ... 0 0 6 0 0 8 Do. 2nd „ „ ... 0 0 4 0 0 5 Bacon, hand cured 0 0 7 0 0 74 Do. machine cured ... 0 0 6 0 0 6i| Hams, hand cured ... 0 0 8' 0 0 10 Do. machine cured ... 0 0 5 0 0 7 Cheese, 1st quality ? ... 0 0 5 0 0 6 Do. 2ud and inferior ... 0 0 4 0 o 5 Honey per lb ? 0 0 3 0 0 4 Pigs, each ? 0 10 0 1 12 6 Calves ? 0 3 0 0 17 6 Hides per lb ? ? 0 0 ' 0 0 2J Calfskins, each 0 0 9 0 1 0 Flour ... ... ... 0 0 0 13 12 6 Do. 2 id ? ... 0 0 0 13 7 0 Mtize, per hush. ... ... 0 2 9 0 0 0 Wheat (chick) ? 0 0 0 0 4 9 Bailey (Eng,), per bush. ... 0 0 0 0 3 9 Do. (Cap6) ... i.. 0 0 0 0 3 0 Oata (seed) ... 0 0 .0 ,0 2 9 Do. (feed).. \ %.. ... 0 2 0 0 2 8 Onions, per ton .~ ... 4 0 0 5 0 0 Hay, oaten... . ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Do. lucerne ,,.0 0 0 0 0 0 Potatoes ... 2 10 0 4,10 0 Fowls, per pair ... ... 0 2 0 0 3 3 Ducks, per pair ... 0 2 ;,0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

IMPORTANT TO BE KNOWN. I Tlmt in addition to thoir saue onitE nuw so colo bratcd in tho four yifjrtorn of tlio nlobc, in tho Auntrali.in Colonics, nnd m Now Zealand, no tho ni03t cfibctivo Mediccno hitherto discovered for diseases of tho ladnoyo nnd liver, and in cenoral debility, II. H. \VARNEIl & CO'S . other ' haff. ' hemgdikr consist of VABNKR'S ' SAFE ' DIABETES COllF. tho only preparation known permanently to con quer both sweet and insipid Dmbo-cs— wabskb's ' safe ' NERVINE on invnlnablo ncrvo Tonic, totally frco from opium or any prcporauon uicrcor, or any other deleterious drug — ni03t useful in instincea of nervous proatra* tion arisinn from mental worry or physical oxertion —severe headache, insonmnia, or olceplcssncs-vio. It possesses tho advantage of procl.tfljing rj yrfl^ ry WAItNEH'S 'safe' RJ/EUMA'/ Ic/L'ee. for Lumbago, Sciatica^out, and r Mmlheurnatio Directions -has curctUiumcrous car-^jif lonf stand ing— / A) 0 wafer's ' SAFE LS . aro often negcSsa ry in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

D OES TERR OR KILL ? Anguish of mind has driven many to suicide, anguish of body never. This proves that the health of the mind is of far more ({consequence to bur happiness than the health of the body, although both are deserving of much 'more attention than cither receives. In protractfd cases ol disease it is tho continual mental strain and worry that enervates and finally undermines the whole system and destroys the vital spark. How many men, apparently healthy, are lying in a cold grave a week hence ? They are negligent of their health and think they can shake every attack off. The effect of such foolishness becomes apparent to every man sooner or later . and wise is ho who never neatacts the symptoms of disease but takes precautioL^/Hs did a gentleman who writes — 'I write to lot you kuow X am a patron of your w^mlcrful Ctaments Tonic ; I havo been a great j^lcrcr,\Sndyread of Mrs. Mueller's cure in tho n-fwspapert\; hier case was nothiug to mine, but, tifank God, through her ...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

LOCAL ITEMS. Thero was not a quorum present for tho meeting of the Moss Vale Council on Monday evening, con sequently it lapsed. Next mooting February 1st. Tho men employed in tlio railway quarry at Bowral liavo inado application to work on tlie co operative system like the Bombo quarry at Kiama. Lady Jersey, accompanied by tho Countess of Galloway and the Hon. Rupert Leigh, A.D.C., loft for New Zealand, rin Moluourne, on Monday last. It is reported that Messrs. Montgomery nnd Sons atoro at Burrawang has been purchased by Mr. P. M'Grath of Sydney. About £1200 was tho figure. Soven or eight pounds arc placed to tho crcdit of the School of Arts, Borrima, as a result of the con cert held tliero on Tuesday evening. A similar amount will go to tho Ladies' Association. Kiama Agricultural Show, which opens on Wed nesday next, will bo visited by Lord Jersey. In tho evening ho will bo lmnquotted. Thursday lias been proclaimed a public holiday in the Electoral district of Kiama.. Messrs. J. J...

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A GOOD CRICKET STORY [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

A GOOD CRICKET STORY 4- Wooinera ' of the Australasian tells the follow* ini? choice ancctfote : — 4- Ifc was at one of the early All England cricket matches played on the M.C,C. ground, when tho accommodation was slight and the charges high. A builder with lofty ideas, knowing the weakness of human nature, thought the fine gum trees outside the ground might bo turned into profit ; so he brought his longest ladder and charged 3d a head for tho privilege of ascent to whatever limb they liked — ' you pays your money and yon picks your bough.' The idea was entirely satisfactory, and when the stumps were drawn there was a loud ^ demaud for the Iaddorman, who up to that stage had ~ been moat obligiue. Gum tree rates had risen how* ever. 'Thruppens to go tip,' said tlie ladderman, * but a shillin' to get down, and yon throws down a Bhillin' before you gets the ladder.' He justified the rise in tbo prices by explaining that a man 'might' urt 'isself by fallin' down a tree, but couldn't 'ur...

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SMOKE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

SMOKE 'CONCERT. Every success attended the two night's smoko concert arranged by Mr. John Vilcs and others ns an auxiliary to tho funds of the Southern Riflo Association and the Moss Vale School of Arts. On the first night (Wednesday) there was quito a big muster in the Centennial Hall, and tho Mos9 Valo Brass Bund gave its services by playing at the doors, and thus attracting visitors to the place. A very good programme, well diversi fied, was submitted and tho hall wa) kept rolling from start to linish. Mr. E, Everard Row presided with tact and judgment. Messrs. Row, Blomficld, Waller, E. J. Travis, F. L. Break well, lMtzgernld, Richardson, Treasurer luirber (Goulburn), and Farren (Mount Victoria), contri. buted songs ; Messrs. D. Clifford and M. JSamuel gave recitations ; and Mr. Lefevre, of Burrawaug whose services were specially engaged, accompanied*, with skill and discrimination. Some of the songs wero of the comic order, and several cncares ware called for. Last night's ente...

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BUNDANOON. FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

: BUNDANOON \ (From our Correspondent), FARMING. The hay crop has been secured in really splendid condition, and is not up to previous years, but the quality will compensato in a manner for the de creased yield. The early potatoes will suffer by tho Iato rains, and a second growth will be en couraged before the tuber is ripe, No time should bo lost ill digging them, and although they are now selling at ruinous prices to the market they should go. The early Swede crop has been immensely benefitted by the late rams and a good return is now assured. Ploughing is in full swing for feed for the winter. Maize, as a green crop, has been universally tatooed. Oats, and a mixture of oats and ryegrass, being considered superior to any other formal grcou feed, can bo grown in the district. The farmers seem to ho pleased at tho new era which is dawning upon thein, and G. R. Dibbs, no doubt, will have a special corner in their praters. Puis ford, and his whole column description client tho protec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

ilHMHil A.M., M.I)., C.M., F.R.C.S, Kn,, M.K.O.3. Iixa., 231 Macmurio Street North, opposite Parliament House. DR. PATKRSON' liA3 been engaged for over 20 yearu in tlio ctmly and praetieeof Chronic, Hervous and Sj-ccial Biccacco Of men nmV women in tlie leading medical ccliooU nnd hoapital.H of Great Britain, Parin, 13erlin, and Viomin, and in private proeticc. Formerly Hoitijo Surgeon to tliu IC'linlmr^h jloyal Infirmary, Matern- ity and Lock Hospitaln. NomcdierJ man advertia ing in these *:olo»iea lias medical depreeo which ean be compared with hia. Such eminent ?!«nlificatioiiH, together with hia rccogtiiscd straight onvard treatment, lias naturally gained for h«m tho i j roputation of being the A' LKOALLY QUALI- 1 FXKD DOCTOR advertising in theao colonies w)to i combines with | Snecial Knowledge Honest Treatment, AS may easily ht ascertained by applying to any LEADING PAl'lOR in the COLONY. No diseases cm.se so much misery and di3tre53 au those included in my speciality. ALL MEN...

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CONCERT AT BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

s CONCERT A2 BERRIMA. j 'T .Tuesday o veiling last several ladies and qentlo j V.tu Moss Vale and Bowral paid a visit to I - Mid joined forces with the local talent iu '.a programme of vocal and instrumental -'' twofold object of assisting financi '«»sociation and the local School of large attendance, some of those *».find seats. Tho following Hrgcd Part 1 : Piano ' Bordeaux ; song, .; duet ' The Fitzgerald ; ''vug, ' At .'soldiers ;;Loghlen i\Fincher; ^Mr. Fitz Bordeaux; lissCam j ^TH. Shep 1 ' \v)t y , u Barbara Frietehie,' Mr. Stupart; song, '' Tho miller and the maid,' Miss Swinson* song (comic) Mr. Ted Wickham ; duet, 'Friendship,' Miss Campbell and Mr. Row; sonff, Mr. Fitzgerald; song, 44 Tho Garonne,' Mr, «. Wickham; Tinafe— u God save the Queen.' Miss Campbell's Ringing was much appreciated and she received several encores. Mr. Row's song 44 Tho last watch,' was his chief suc cess. It evoked quite a storm of plaudits, and ho responded with 14 That's not the way at sei, boys....

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