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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

CHURCH NOTICES. Onnnoii or England. Strrrov Forest.— 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month at 3 p-m. ; 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday at 3 p m Moss Vali:.— 1st {and 3rd Sundnya in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; every Sunday at 7 30 p.m. Bitndakoo.v.— 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at 3 p.m, ; 5th Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exktf.u — Wednesday (on or before fall moon) 7.30, HollythoiU'E (Cross Roads— Thursday (on or be fore full moon) 7.30 p.m..-Rev A. G. Stoddart; Bong Bong (Christ Church)— Divine Service every Sunday morning at 1 1 a.m.; Mount Ashby (St Thomas)— Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Address to children first Sunday m month ; choir practice every Wednesday at 7 p.m. \ arrunga— Second j Sunday in every month at 3 p.m. All seats ara | free. — W. A. Lcoeh,B.A. , ?Hota- Trinity, BiiiumrA. Birrima, every Sunday at 11 j second and fourth undays in the month at I, - J{ev. G. Sheppard, ft, A. Cr iss Roads, firs...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

RAILWAY. Dows' Tims's. — A mail train leaves Sydney daily (Saturdays excepted) at 9 p m. Campbelltovtn 10.8, Picton 10-0:1, Mittagang 12.12 am, Bowral 12.10. Mo«s Valo 12.40, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20, and Albury 11.55. A paper and mixed tram leaves Sydney at 4 a m, Mittagons 8.31, Bowral S. 41, 5Io3s Valo 9, Goul burn 11-12, reaching Albury 12J hours later. The Melbourne express leaves Sydney daily (Saturdays and Sundays excepted) at 5.15 p m, Mittagong 7-53, Bowral 8 0, arriving at Moss Vale 8 18, leaves at 8.43, arrives at Goulburn at 10.5 nml Albury 5.50 a in. A passenger tram leaves Svdncy daily (Sundays excepted) at 9.30 a m, Mittagong I2..1B p m, Bowral 12-45, Moss Vale 1.25, Goulburn 3.5. A tourist tram leaves Sydney every Saturday at 7 55 am, Picton 9.55, Mittagong 11.5, Bowral 11 12, Moss Vale 11.35, arriving at Goalburn at 2-20 p m. A second tourist tram leaves Sydnev every Saturday at 2.28 pm, Mittagong 5. rib, Bowral 5.4G, and arrives at Moa3 Vale at G.O. A passenger...

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Moss Vale R.R. Corps. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

Moss VuBe ft.K. Corps.' : The first monthly shooting of the above corps took place on tho Browley range on Wednesday. Th. following are the scores.: — 500 ..600- tt qui yds: yds. ' '- W. Jones ? : ... 27 ' : ?. 25!/. 101 1 16V D. Clifford ... :25 ,31: 12 , .61 T. Conlon ... 28 27. , 12 ' 61 F. Wotton ... 30 26 7 61' H. Coleman .., 28 30 3- - 61 . J. Prigg 22 .18- .21. 61 H. Hi'chardsdnl,'; '^1 60 C. Taylor ,. 28 25 4, 57 G. Bailey . ... 29 21 f 4 ' ;;64 H. Lambert ... 29 . 24 0 53 ? ' G. . Gissing ... 23 30 0 53 J. Taylor ... 20 . 16:. 16 52 J. Wotton _ 14 21 12 57

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WILD'S MEADOW v. KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

WILD'S MEADOW v. KANGALOON. A match was played at Wild's Meadow on Satur day lcat between tho abovo clubs, and resulted in a win for Kangaloon by 4 wickets and 49 tuns. Mr. Brcakwcll captained the Meadow and Mr. Burn ham, Kangaloon, Scores:— Wild's Meadow. 0. Cuppitt, c and b Alters ... ; ... /2 L. L. Brcakwcll, b Alccrs ? .... ... 34 E. Hawkins, c Swan, b Fredericks ... 10 E, BIcncowc, c Swan b Fredericks ... 18 S. Wright, b Akers ... , V.. ... 3 J. Verschenr, b Dahl ... ? ... 0 C. Graham, c Akors b Dahl ? 0 T. Fitzgerald, o Swan b Burnbam ... 14 H. Moore, c Fredericks b Burnhum ../lO C. Tildsley, not out . : ! ;'l J.J. WalBh, cBrooker b Burnham,,.'. 0 Sundries ...' ... ... ... 7 Total ? ^ ... ? ,..,99 . Kanoaloo. ,T. Brooker, b Fitzgerald ... ... lfl J. Dahl, b Cupitt ... ? ... ... 46 A. Akers, c and b Brcakwcll ... .... .4 C. Akers, not oat ... _ ... 35 W. Keys, 0 and b Fitzgorald ... , ? Q E. Swan, b Breakwell ... ... , ....0 J. Fredericks, l.b.w, bBreakwell „ ...,29 G. Cupitt, ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

Local liiformation. ccncHra. row SUTTOSf lOREnT. — Haddm's coach leaves Moss Vale al , ; ?7.15 am rclurnign at 8 a m I 2.15 pin ,, 3pm ' I 7 pin „ 8pm I . Fare Is single, children Oil ! For Bhitp.isiA.— Uailthn'3 coach leaves Moss Vale at I 7 am returning at 12 noon ? 2.15 p m ,, 8pm I Fare Is Oil single, dulilrco Oil Small charge mndo I ? for pnrcela sent tliromili the driver Siimliys is ] above except tlio tnii'dny journeys Special trips 1 made at any tune on application to Mr HnJdin ? ? Coaches also run to Robertson and Kansaroo Valley

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Unclaimed Letters. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

{Unclaimed ILetters. The following unclaimed letters are lying at the General Post Office, Sydney, and may be obtained by giving the number of the List (27) in rwWch they have observed their. names From Places Beyond the Colosv, 112 Thos. Corcoran, Manilas' ' 140 J. Crawford, Bowral 151 Miss G. Cunningham, Moss Vale t . 38 J. H. Dews, Mittagong . 5 / 34 Mrs Jas. Forsythe, Moss Vole ' ' 116 Mrs Thos. Horn. Joadja Creek 28 J. Noble, Bowral 3 M. O'Brien, Mittagong , . . 40 J. Owens, Bowral 95 J. Purdon, :Bowral 11 G. Young, Joadja Creek : _ 'From Places Within the Colosv!' 153 Mrs P, Angan, Moss Vale 176 Mrs Joseph Armfield, Berrima 189 'W; G. Armstrong, Bowral '!? Ui ^Jjf 227 Percy Austin, Marulan 191 W. Bell, Joadja (2) 279 F. Birrell, Kangaroo, Valley 394 Mrs Bourno, Bowral ? ' 1 '. 551 Mra T. J. Brown, Marulan 672 C. Brown, bowral (2) '? ;h ? 657 T. Byraut, Bundanoon . CG5 Mr Buchanan, Bowral ? 49 Mrs Gordon Campbell, Moss Vale 63 F. Campbell, Bowral 167 Hy, Cashie, Bowral ' j 193 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

(DOMStLip.ltiOH Or co3tivenc33,_ 13 ono of tho most frequent results' of liver complaint, and requires prompt and careful attention, for if tlio fecal matter bcoomca impacted in tlio bowols dangerous cGeeta are to bo appre hended. Tho juntly celebrated Dr. Aberuethy snid that inattention to tho aotion of tho stomach and bowela was tho causo of ninety por cent, of our physical ailments, and modern scienco has proved this assertion correct. Care, however, requires to bo obsorved in tho choico of romedies, for thero arc numerous drnBtic and violent cathartics sold undor various fanoy names, but Dr. Fletcher's Pills are used with tho best advantage in such cases. Tlieso I pilIo_aro_ from tho prescription of Dr. Bell Fletcher, of Birmingham, Englaud, aud wero used by him in his private and Goneral Hospital practico thero for many yoir3 with tho greatest success. This, as a mattor of course, proves their reliability, and Mr. A. M. Beauchamp, Rati, Rangitihei, N.Z., says : — ' I wish to in...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

(Cricket. Cricket, after being knocked about for a considerable time by tho gate-money dodger, is coming to tho front again, and wo may now hopo to soon hoar tho whizz of the leather and the swish of tho willow resound ing as of old on our convincing grounds. Playing on tho electorate basis seems to be the proper remedy for the apathy into which tlio national game foil of lato, and when our carefully-selected team visits England next year it 'will probably be able to prove to tho Britishers that we still raise, tho proper material for turning out a M'Donnoll and a Spoffoi'th. '' , Mr. Ben. Trovato tolls the talq of a moat remarkable cricket match which was played: between eleven lawyers of a certain city and eleven lawyors from tho capital of a neigh bouring colony. Quito a numbor of persons assembled to enjoy tho fun, but a dispute aroao over the first ball of the second over, and immediately -tho 22 lawyers gathered round tho umpires to argue the point. It was five o'clock in tho ...

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THE INQUEST. HIS SWEETHEART'S EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

THE INQUEST. nis sweetheart's evidence. Mr. H. O'Brien, coroner, accompanied by Dr. McKillop, government medical officer, went to Greenwich Park and held an inquest on the deceased. The following evidence was given : — Robert William Bennett, grazier, deposed : I havo known deceased for about 8 years, during which time he has been in the em ployment of members of my family ; he was born in Tasmania and about 36 years of age, and single; he had no property and only a small amount of wises coming to him but not sufficient to pay his funeral expenses ; I last saw him in his room last night at prayers ; ho appeared alright then but some what morose and dull, just as ho has been for the ' last three weeks ; he suflered from asthma, and when he first camo here he did so to obtain tho benefits of change of climate ; he was subject to these fits when the weather changed ; Inst night after service I was aroused by my brother who came to tho door and told me deceased had borrowed a gun and 'h...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. I It mttst be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily identify ourselves with, opinions ? expressed by correspondents .]

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Selected Poetry. WHEN THE RIGHT ONE COMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

t . Selected Poetry. WHEN THE RIGHT ONE COMES. 'I nover, novor can loro,' oaid oho ; ? ? My heart no a qlacicr io cold. All men I mcot arc tho came to mo— ? Tho young, middlc-agcd, and old. I havo listened unmoved whilo men lmvo plead, As if they had plead for life, And coldly, reiused tlio boon thoy cravcd— Tho light to call mo wife, 1 No otronger passion. thau the eweet celf«will Shall my fancy captivate : Say lovo is sweet — frccdom'o owcoter otill— : And I do not caro to mate.' Now what has changed our lady's mood, ' That sho hang3 her golden head — In her favourito pastimes finds uo good ? Can it bo that ohe fain would wed 1 By overy token tho loved-god brings flia power with mortals to prove — . . By her frequent fligha» by tho songs sho flings— ? Our lady must bo in love. Tho right ono camo ; he was tall and dark, -T'7' And ere over his suit ho pressed, i Of a look, a sigh, was born tho spark 1 ? That melted tho ice in her breast. ?: 'What say you now, my lady cold ! | . r -?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

?:M Jfl EBKE ; Mies . waa&. , it J 1 ,v » , * i ?* . ' 3 . : \ ^ ; pleasure in notifying that I have purchased from Mr . S, W; GenepaJ Store Business, known , as the Cash Exchange., My. inl^titidnv is to hold a FOR THREE WEEKS COMMENCING Saturday Next. November 5th, When Every Line of the present Well-assorted Stoek will be Substantially Reduced, as I wish to re-stoek with an Entirely New Lot of Goods! i ' A' 'V' ? -- //v- ' * : ^ ?' . ?? ? . : '? ? y.V/: 7;;..; /: V ^ A '^Y~: -- V': '../.v ' llirai, ('LOTHLW, ROOTS & SHOES. «R««1R1. ('RIM'liERl, UIS.SIV4KE. ' :? EvesfflMng Reilffl@id in Priee. \\ A VISIT OF INSPECTION IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED. A Rare Chance is here offered, which everyone \ . should ;avail themselves of„ to Pyretes® torn mm cooss at half their value. v .. ...: — ^ ?? ; v ?? v. v.. :? V? ^ 'V..- . v:-. (- ' ? '? ?- --v' v- ' ?'-y-- ' - - y -V-/ 1: -'v :r.; ' ' ?? ' ? ? - ; ... _ . ^ ^ ^ ? ? ?'»'??»'??' — — . 1 -; .? ? ' ?

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Suicide near Marulan. A JILTED LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

Suicide ueiti' Bilariiilaii. A JILTED LOVER. j A man named J ohn Cooper, in the employ of Mr. Bennett, of Greenwich Park, near Marulan, committed suicide. on Sunday last. It appears that Cooper had been drinking, and on returning homo ho went into the kitchen and made a proposal of marriage to one of the servants. The girl rejected the proposal and Cooper became excited, suying ho would shoot himself. Eie wont out and borrowed :i gun from another man on tho place, saying he wanted to shoot a couple of bares. Having procured the gun he started into tho bush. The girl subsequently in formed some of tho men of Cooper's threat, and knowing ho had a gun with him they followed him. After going a short distance they got sight of him, but as the would-be retue party approached Cooper deliberately shot himself and died almost immediately. The deceased was about thirty years of age.

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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

' INQUEST. As reported in our last issue, _ Mr. A. D. Badgery, Coroner, held an inquest at Bundanoon on tho body of Alfred Gordon Burgess, agod 1 year and 11 months who ' died at midnight on Sunday. Messrs. H. . MoLaren. T. Gamble, H, Boatman, J. 1 Layton, and Henry Martin composed the ''constable Eussoll, of Moss Valo, watched the proceedings on bohalf of tho polico, but he did not elicit all tho ovidonco, although certain matters which seem important are vet unexplained in tho case. - . John Burgess, fatlior of deceased, deposod | that he waa a fetler. Deceased was first j : token ill on Saturday, when ho administorod aconite, ao the child appeared to bo very : foverib'j. On tho arrival ol tho Kov. Mr. Foggon, ho told liini that his son was vory ' ill. Mr. Foggon advised witness to givo ' deoeasod . a littlo bichromate of potash, This was, given' and ho seotnod to improve ?until about 10 . o'clock on Sunday^ night, when a sudden change camo ovov him, and — ho began to rapidly sink...

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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

[?] STAMED.— At last the Ringwood_ Coal Mines has made a start in the direction of ? ' getting a quantity of coal, and wo hope to aee a- number of minors in Bundanoon Boon again. A wither industry has made ita appear anoe in the Bhape of a Eucalypte factory ' ?which will benefit the place . Mtjtttaii IiipiiovEMEiiT Class.— The usual ?weekly mooting of the Bundanoon Mutual Improvement Class, took place in the ' Oantonnial Hall on Monday night, there being a vary good attendance. Mr. Mar don resigned the position of secretary which was accepted with regret, Mr. J. F. Conlin being elected to fill the position. After the usual business the debate ' Marry young or middle BROt' wos oommenced. Mr. McLaren opened in tho affirmativo with Mr: Watts and Mr. Wright in favor. Mr. Tooth opened the nogativo, assisted by Mr. Oonlrn - and Mr. ferric. After a warm debate it : was decidod by a majority in favor of middle age. Leave-to. — Many will regrot tbat Mr. Brewster, who has for some time been i...

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BERRIMA DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer). "Mens sana in corpore sane." [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

BERRIMA DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. ? (To the Editor of the Scrutineer J. : ' ' Mens sana in corpora sano.' ? Sir, — The formation of a cricket associa tion for the Berrima district has been drawn under your readers' notice. I presume to take the privilege of helping on the idea if possible. Many cricketers of this district fire aware that, during last season I strongly advocated the formation of such an associa tion, believing, as I still do, that ita estab lishment will lead to the elevation of the young men of the district, both physically, morally, and mentally. 'We will have a governing body to regulate throughout our district this noble and much-loved gamo. A healthy rivalry, now unknown, for premiership, will stimulate the various clubs of this district. A match under its auspices ?will be worthy of the best patronage. ' Tt will be an undoubted sign that some oi our cricketers mean to see. more than district cricket, and then we may hear, if not of a 'Wilshiro or Cupitt, so...

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PRETTY CROCHET EDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

PBETTX CROCHET EDGE* Make a chain of four sticbes, turn. First row— Make a shell by putting three triple crochet in first or commencement stitch of chain, chain : ono j. threo tripl' crochet in same stitch, r chain' three . turn; Second row— thren triple crochet Inmiddlr ? of shell, chain one 5 three triple crochet in oanu*, chain ftnr; turn. Third row— Shell in shell,' ono triple crochel. in last stitch of chain three, nt end of fust vow, chain three ; turn. Fourth row— Shell in shell, put one triple crochet in loop made by chain Tour, chain one, one triple crochet iu same loop, chain one, continue to put one triple crochet aud chain ohe in the loop , until you J ivo eight triple crochet, chain one, chain with single crochct in tho first triple crochet of shell in first row ; turn. Fifth row— one doublo crochct, two triple crochcts and one doublo crochet under each of the 6e7on chain one, thi3 givca soven small j scallops, shell in shell, one triple crochet iu j last stitch of chai...

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Fancy Work. KNITTED SOLID POINT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

Fanoj iVorJc. ? emitted solid roiirc laod. Cast on sixteen sliches. j First row— Kuit three plain, thread ovt I twico, purl two together, knit two, threa | over twice, narrow, thread over twice, ua row, knit five. Second row — Knit seven, purl one, km two, purl one, knit two, thread over twk; purl two together, knit three. '..'iiird row— I* ait thi o, thread ovor twic. '?purl two together, 'kni:. thirteen. Foutth row— KniL thirteen, thread ove. twice, purl two together, knit three. Fifth row — Knit, three, thread over twio purl two' together, -knit two, thread ove« twice, narrow, thread over twice, narrow thread over twice, narrow, knit five. Sixth row— Knit seven, purl ono, knit two, pari one, knit two, purl one, knit two,., thread over. twice, purl two together, knit three, , , „? ' Seventh row— Knit three, thread ove: twice, purl two together, kuit sixteen,' Eighth row— Bind off five eticbes, or til you have sixteen sticbes on?! both needles knit ten, thread ovor twice, purl two ...

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Subjects [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

? Subject -jiiifci of the ; that io oofT ?w d m tho work part of, ^ssaiy ? ton that? wee ill afford' * '*?*? . «u\ingb oain wc learn to adapt ourseivej to Nature's lawt to prcservelife and health, to avoid accident ; s . ? Many valuable les30no of self government* and self guidance r.re thus learned; many ' - ? ^ successive steps in civilisation and progress . . .... are duo to its .influence. It is ono of Nature's beneficent methods of lecding uo upward and onward, and those who nro wisa will ' ? patiently endure her penalfcica r,nd grate fully accept the messages thoy bear, Tun first cracks made in the smooth our« ??.r-v-s face of friondahip aro aa dangerous as th0B0 which come to the sheeny catiu garments ol young married love. Freedom of speech and esaeting close attention, negleot of due forms, Mberties beyond thol'COTtcc -of just ' intimacy— all there are crnckc'to bo stopped in the beginning, els y tlio tir.e y/ill come \/hc.: no niasoury of iaci or oi aftaetion can repair th...

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A Novel Defence. Keeping a Jaguar at Bay with a Hand Terror. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892

A Novel Defence. Keeping a Jajiuav at Bay v/lth Hrwi | ' i.iivroj.'. ; What ban bccoma of Tui.v Gi ? ' the lender of our parly :/ we, . : r. another, roused up* aft. l loi id sleep. 44 Gone off, an usual, 0:1 r !: - tie ; fly hunt, I suppose,' reoli - To. jhr a young fellow named Ar : 41 Well, it was a might . olisl; ' \ir do in these parts, wilhuui j.i ri/J( . .1 hohas left that behind. \,'j; !n dl- y rejoined the captain. 'Don't know, cap, bui, l took n 01100EC at all, I waked up first of the crowd, and y«n rrnnn »» A Chswiie : J I j%, whiini had elected cap {:dn of the e::p.:di! out of deforcncc to hh longer - ::ptn-Lm u, the country, turned to the parly with a . . 1 iuuo expression on his iiand-ome i'aee, ; mi wa'd,— ' .^oy.v': j;: ;mw r uVlock, We've been fdv jpin;; fos over hour and a half, and v..r. nl may havo b..*, -,oiie all that time. He is quite unarmed, and the brakes and thickets about here are full of jivuais, panthers, palm cr.ts nnd wild hogs; and, worst of all, the...

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