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Humorous When First Thy Smile. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892
Humorous When First Thy Smito* When first thy smile upon mo foil That morning long ago— Within tho calm and peaceful dell, - Whero grow tho purple sloo, Tho flowers that decked tbo verdant plain Wcro beautiful, I vow ; But not a flower in all tbo train . Looked half so fair ai thou. Thine eyes were like twin motcora bright, Thy cheeks twin roses red, Thy hair like clouds in darkest night In wavy ringlets spread ; Thy glanco was liko tho smilo of mom When summer skies arc gay j Thy bosom like the milky thorn That blossomed on our way. Tho lark, from out the clcar bluo sky, Sweet welcome sang to thee ; The linnet on the alder high Rejoiced thy Bmile to see ; Tbo laughing brook thy vorgin slgho On light wiugs bore along, And at tho glory of thine eyeo The woods broke forth in song# 'Tin long since then, and yet to ino Thou seem'st ns young and fair, As when, beneath the shelt'ring tree, I breathed my ardent prayer. Thy glance as then is roft aud kind, Thy smiles as sweetly rise ; And n...
A Duel in Romeo Lane. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892
A Duel in Romeo Lano. Two trucks, one driven by a long man and the other by a short one, met in Romeo lano recently. Thoro wao a tuird truok by tho ourb. Tho street is narrow and there was not room to pass. ' I'vo got the right of way hero,' shouted tho short driver. You're a liar,' shouted the long man. il I'm goiug up hill, and I've the right of way mynelf.' 'I've got a load on my truok,' tho short man retorted. Tho long man said ho didn't oaro. Each refused to back his team and let tha other pan?. They argued for five minutes, and then tho Bhort man got oil his. truok, took ofi his coat, and rolled up bis eieoves. Tno long nmn jumped off his truok, too, and made tho same preparations. Noither opoko a word. Tho short man walked up to tho long man and biffed him on tho ear. The long man responded with a hot blow on tho mouth. Then thoy went at oaoh other— I bill, bung, nmash.# Tho short man's lip wao out open ; the long man'a noeo was bleeding and hio ear was owollod. As tho ond of...
Taking the ache out of an aching Void. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892
'iTaEunj? tine achc out of an acb* ins Void. ' Yes,' said the young man as bo throw himself at the feet of the pretty school teacher, '1 love you, and would go to tiho world's end for you.' ' You could not go tho world's end .Cor mc, George. Tho world, or tho earth, r.3 it is called, is round, like a ball, slightly flattened at tho poles. One of the first lessons in tho elementary geography is devoted to the shape of tho globe. You must have studied it when you wore a boy.' ' 1 know, but what I meant was that I would do anything to please you. Ab, Angelina, if you 'but knew tho aching void ? «?' ' There is no such thing r.3 a void, George, Nature abhoro a vacuum but admitting that there could be ouch a thing, how could the void you speak of be a void if there was an ache in it?' ' i meant to say that my life will bo lonely without you— tbat you arc my daily thought and nightly dream. 1 would go anywhere to be with you. If you were in darkest Africa, or at the North Pole, I v/ould fl...
NURSE MORELEY'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 4 November 1892
WURSE MORELEY'O STORY. t am only a poor nurse— one thr.t to calhd in when folko without much money arc r-ic!:, nnd people without any fashionable oervanta want oomeono to help them who won't olatid about calling for someone to wait on them. Moreloy my name io, nnd there's my card, written by Mrs. ICeep's litttle Johnny that turned out ouch a scholar, though you'd nover have thought it when he was a baby, for ho was tho smallest creature j but there, now, Johnny isn't myotory. It was old Miser Carberry, as thoy called him, tbat was taken bad, and sent for mo r.t twelve o'clock at ni'Tlit ; aud it was nil that mustard poultices could do to get his breath back again. Too much vinegar and cabbago was the reason. Ho had bought a lot of cheap cabbages and a demijohn of vitriol vinegar for next to nothing, and he, paid heavily for it, I cau tell you. However, wo got him through, though ho wa3 weak and miserable, and had to have mo stay for a week, which was an expense he did not en joy, f ...
FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 November 1892
FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST I Sydnoy, Nov. 2nd, £ a. d. £ a. d. Butter (factory), pur lb ... 0 0 9 to 0 0 10 .Do. 1st quality (dairy) ... 0 0 8 0 0 0 Do. 2nd „ „ .,,0 0 0 0 0 0 Bacon, hand citrod ... 0 0 0 0 0.7 Do, macliino cured ... 0 0 5J 0 0 0 * Hama, hand cured ... 0 0 9- 0 0 10 Do. maoliitio cured ... 0 0 G 0 0 7 Cliccso, Ht quality ... O 0 4J Q 0 5i Do. 2nd aud inforidr ... 0 0 4 0 o ^4 Honey por ll- ? 0 0 2 0 0 3 Pica, per lb ? 0 0 3 0 0 4 Calves ? ? 0 5 0 1 0 0 Flour ? 11 0 0 11 15 0 Do. 2nd ... ? 0 0 0 11 15 0 Maize, per bush ? 0 3 7 0 -3 0 Wheat (chick) ? 0 4 0 9 4 9 Bailey (ling,), per busli. ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Do. (Cape) ... ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bran ? ? ... 0 0 11 0 13 Oatu (seed) ? ... 0 2 8 0 2 9 Do. (food) ? ? 0 2 7 0 2 8 Onions, pel- ton ... 5 10 0 0 0 0 Hay, oaten ? 4 0 0 0 0 0 Do, luccrno ... ,.,3 0 0 3 10 0 Potatoes ? 3 0 0 4 0 0 Fowls, per paiv ? 0 3 0 0 3 0' Ducks, per pail- ? 0 3 0 0 4 0 Geese, per pail- ? 0 4 0 0 0 0 Turkeys, por pair ? 0 5 0 0 10 0
Marulan Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 November 1892
Marulan Items. Entertainment. — On Friday night, the members of tho School of Arts held their fortnightly entertainment. A very pleasant evening was spent Mr. Charles Coombs gave a reading, Mr. C. Betts sang several songs, Muster Charles Cunningham gave a recitation, and Mr. J. Cunningham recited ' Christmas Day in tho Workhouse.' The ladies present wero asked to write a subject for debate ou a piece oi paper, auu wnen they had dono so the papers wero collected and one drawn from thom. Tho subject drawn was : ' Which was tho hotter — to have lovod and lost, or never to havo loved at all ?' The subject was ably dobated on both sides. Mr. J. Cunningham said that although hehnd never been in lovo, lie wnsof opinion that it was much bettor to havo ' loved nnd lost.' Mr. Coombs took his oppositeview. Mr. Ohnrlos Botta supportod tho other side, and Mr. Anron Phillips thought it was better not to havo experienced the sensation. Upon a vote boing taken the victory was declared in tavor ot i...
Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 November 1892
Kangaloon. Band of HorE.-~ The monthly meeting of the Band of Hope was held in the Wosleyan Church on Friday evening last, the Rev. S. H. Macdado presiding. Tho following wos the programme : ' Work for the Night is Coming ;' recitation, ' How wo saved St Michael's ' Mr. G. Corbett ; recitation ' An Only Son ' Master Noble ; chorus ' Canadian Boat Song ' Robertson Choir ; recitation JH.0W she l'otused him Mr. Mcisaron ; song ' There's nae luck aboot tho hoose ' Miss B. ? Graham, encored ; recitation ' Charge of tho Light. Bricndo ' Mr. J. H. Close ; duett ' Larboard Watch ' Rev. S. Macdade and Mr. Hussey ; dialogue 'Aunt Deboirah's Council ' Misses Graham, (3) and Stone ; solo ' The future lies before us ' Miss E. Williams, (encored) ; . recitation ' The Scarlet liue ' Mr. Stone ; chorus ' Come where my love lies dreaming ' Robertson choir. The doxology and benediction olosed the meeting. The usual Orange Lodge celebration took place in the School of Arts on Friday last when , upwaad...
Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 November 1892
Kohcvtson. (From our Correspondent J. Agricultural Society. — The regular monthly meeting was held in the Sohool uf Arts on Thursday evening last, there being present Messrs. J. Alcorn, J.P., (in tho chair), J. E. Williams, W. White, D. JFraser, J. W. Timms, J. Marshall, T. Jones, J. T. Stone, J. T. Hayter, R. W. Moses, H. Johnston, J. T. Hall, E. Mosos, R. McEvilly, J. S. Armstrong, W. -Noble, Jtl. ju- urauam, xt. \iuy, o. jjiuuuoi, Brooker, and R, G. Ferguson, (sec.) The minutes o£ tho previous meeting wore read and adopted, It was resolved that schedules be printed within a month. The following stewards wero then appointed in the different sections for forth coming show : — ' Horses: Messrs. R. M. Graham, W. White, and R. MoEvilly. Cattle : Messrs. J. Marshall, J. T. Hayter, J. E. Williams, E. Moses, and W. Noble. Pigs, poultry, dogs : Messrs. W, Brooker, and F. A. Tatlow. Farm and dairy produce : Messrs. T. Jones, and J. T. Hall. Horticultural : Mr. J. Yandenbergh. Fruit and pre...
THE RESIDENTIAL FRANCHISE. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 November 1892
THE RESIDENTIAL FRANCHISE. y To the Editor of the Scrutineer). Sir, — Tho Government have declared, and very properly, that onoof tho main principles of tho Electoral Poforrn Bill consists in the giving of tho franchise only to thoso who reside in the* colony, or who might be hold to be attached to tho colony by something equivalent to residonco. But if a term of six months only bo deemed a sufficient rosi J ? :„1 lmm nm tVin frnnnllinn UUUIU1 'u» ? ^ bo regarded as conflnod to rosidents in the colony. Thero wore numbers of people who como to tho colony for a few months, with no intention of permonantly residing in it, who under the Bill, as it at presont s;ands, ?would have votes. It might, of course, bo urged that the number of such voters would always be comparatively small, but this ?would not prevent their assisting in deciding closely contested oloctions, and it is here where any injudicious extension of tho fran chise would be most severely felt by the resident colonists- Tho...
PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 November 1892
Penny Postage. Thoro is a penny postago service between tho following towns in the police district of Berrima : — Berrima, Bowral, Bundanoon, Burradoo, Burra wang, Cross Roads. East Kangaloon, Exeter, Glen quarry, Great Southern Colliery, Joadja Creek, Kangaloon, Meryla, Mittagong, Moss Valo, Robert son, Sutton Forest. Wild's Meadow, aud Yarrunga.
A FARMER'S SON'S OPINION. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 November 1892
A FARMER'S SON'S OPINION. fTo the Editor of the Scrutineer. ) I Sir, — I'm only ' a Burrawung farmer's young son at scool nnd when i'm tourt whon to say and when to liold my toung. But sumtimes i comos in to Moss Yale and thon i can't help calliu to mindo what is learnt also in sundnv scool about lettin all tbiners be dono dosontly and in order. Whon i go to Bowral the samo don't como up. I cotiso how in Moss Valo tho streets walks aro newer in order. Tako ozample only of tlint bit of road as you goes from Poast Orfiso to tho train. I arski3 thum gutors and holes and woods on one sido what is order ? No, Bir, streots walks all over Moss Yale is bad, nnd mud plenty to shok visitors ia wot days. My fathor reads in a book and mndo me ?write it down that ordor is 1 as showing tho mind's sanoness, tho health of tho body, the poaco nnd prosperity of tho city, th* neat ness, tho comfort, and tho blessing of tho state.' There now ! Is tho Moss Valo aldermen's minds samo or not that they don...
RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 November 1892
RAILWAY. Down Trains. — A mail train leaves Sydney daily (Saturdays excepted) at 9 p ill, Campbelltown 10.8, Picton 10.53, Mittagong 12.12 a in, Bowral 12.19, Mos3 Valo 12.-10, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20, and Allniry 11.55. A paper and mixed train leaves Sydney at 4 a m, Mittagong 8.31, Bowral S.41, Moss Valo 9, Goul burn 11.12, reaching Albury 12J hours later. The Melbourne oxpress leaves Sydney daily (Saturdays and Sundays excepted) at 5.15 p m, Mittagong 7.5S, Bowral 8.G, arriving at Moss Vale 8.18, leaves at 8.43, arrives at Goulburn at 10.5 anil Albury 5.50 a m. A passenger train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays excepted) at 9,30 a m, Mittagong 12.30 p in, Bowral 12.45, Moss Vole 1.25, Goulburn 3.5. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday nt 7.53 am, Pieton 9.55, Mittagong 11,5, Bowral 11.12, Moss Vale 11.35, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20 p m. A sccond tourist train leaves Sydnev every Saturday at 2.2S p 111, Mittagong 5.3G, Bowral 5.4G, and arrives at Moss Vale at 6.0; A pas...
J. G. Morris and Co's. Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 November 1892
J. -G. Morris ami €o's. Report. J. G; Morris and (Jo. report having dis posed, of tho following properties at satis factory pricos:— On nccouut Mr. Jas. Fitzgerald, Lot 78, East Bowral ; on account Mr H. G. Eraser, Lot 2, Sec. D., Belmore Park ; on account Hon. H. L. C. Shepperd, Lot 9, see. L, Upper Bowral; the same, Lot 22, sec. I, Upper Bowrul; on account Ur J. J. Willis, Lots 5, G, 10, Willis „ , , , _ V i- ? : ? ? ? nr.. A XaUQOCK, SUUUIYIOIUU ; ou uuuuuiiu 1U.. Kirkland, Lot 15, Koso-st.; on account Master in Equity, Lot 13, Lupton Estate; Messrs. Matthews and Angel, farm at Mandemar, containing 239} acres to Mr. L. Richards, purchaser. Tho demand for real 'proporty is still limited and sales aro offcctod .with difficulty and thoro does not soorn any prospect of great improvomont during tho noxt fow months, aud vendors of proporty must make up their minds to wait unless thoy are prepared to sell at low figures. Stock,— Cattlo : With tho splendid pros pects of a good season tho...
Oddfellows' Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 November 1892
Oddfellows' Races. The following aro the nominations and weights in eonneetiou with the forthcoming Oddfellows' races to-morrow (Wednesday) Trial Stasis. 1. M. L. Nicholson's b h Three Star, 6yrs ... 9 3 Claret and Blue 2. J, Martin's chg Coir, 5yrs ... ... 9 0 Cerise, black sheets, redcap 3. J. HcCluro's b g Delgarno, aged..,. ... 0 0 Yellow jacket and cap ? 4. G. Tate, 'junr's, b m Rebecca, 6yrs ... .8 12 . Slue jacket and red cap 5. F. Brown's b m Maori Girl, aged.,, 8 12 Slue and white 6; A, Morrison's ch g Sir Henry, '4yrs ' i ... 8 11 Slue jacket, red sash, red white and blue cap 7. C. Harris's blk g Whalebone, 3yrs ;.. 7 .9 Slack and gold ' ? i ' 8. A. W. Comer's ch g Thelina, 3yrs ? ... 7 *7 Slue jacket, tohite sash, blue and white cap Flying Handicap. . 1. J. Martin's b m Rue Prix, 5yrs , , g n Cerise, black sleeves, rcfl cap ' ~ 2. A Morrison's ch g Play boy 5yrs ' ... j''j Slue jacket, reisash, red white and blue cap 3. R, Snowden's oh g Peter, aged ? 8 7 Cerise and Canar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 November 1892
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MITTAGONG OUR BOYS v. ST. JOHN'S RECREATION CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 November 1892
MITTAGONG OUR BOYS v. ST. JOHN'3 RECREATION CLUB. . These two teams tried conclusions on the sh'6w ground ou Saturday last, tho latter proving victorious. W. Wallace captained the home team nnd W. Murray tho visitors. Appended are the scores : — St. Jons's Recreation- Club. J. Arnott, b A. Dowling ? 12 F. L. Breakwell, run outb Rudiand ... 4 W. Wallace, c Loscby b Rudiand ... 35 H. Camper, b A. Dowling ... ... 0 H. Richardson, b A. Dowling ? 0 W. Dunn, l.b.w. b Dowling ? 1 I. Cullen, c and b Childs ? 0 ,T. Garling, b Jeavons ? ... 21 A. Elliott, caught ? ... 0 H. Roberts, o Loseby b Jeavons ... 11 H, Hornby, not out ... ? 0 Sundries ? „. 15^, Total ? ? 106 - Mittagono Our BoY8. W. Murray, c Elliott b Breakwell ... 28 S. Rudiand, c Camper b Arnott ... 5 T. Dowling, b Richardson l.,\ 1', J. Loseby, c Arnott b Breakwell ? ... '11' X A. Dowling, b Arnott ? ... 5 R. Loseby, c Richardson b Breakwell 1, — J eavons, run out b Breakwell ... l-; Lee, not out .. .... ... i_ 1 ? . Hudspeth, b A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 November 1892
'. NOTICE. ALL Persona found TRESPASSING on my Allotments situato in Arjjylc'Streot, Moss Vale, will bo Prosecutcd. JOHN UIJLLEN, ? Moaa Valo, NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND COR RESPONDENTS. All Business Correspondence or Letters intcudcd for insertion in 'Tin: Sciuttinekr' should bo addressed to the Editor or Manager, THItc (Scvutiuccv, DERHim DISTRICT PRESS, AND Wo -i* CDranomlleiiii Aulu'occatf e. (ESTABLISHED 1874-18 Years.) : PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY 'Uttered out of time, or concealed in proper season, good savoureth of evil.' TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1892.. I