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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

teKiiil1 ' A.M., M.D., C.M., F.R.C.S. F.d„ M.R.C.S. Eno., 231 Macqiurio Street North, opposite Parliament Houco. DH. PATIDRSON has been engaged for over 20 ? yearn in tlie otudy and praeticeoS Chronic, ITervouo and Qnocial Dioeanes Of men and women in tho leading medical ochoola nnd hospitals of Great Britain, Paris, Berlin, and Vienna, aud in privato practice. Formerly Houso Surgeon to tho lidinburgn Royal Infirmary, Matern ity and Lock Hoapitalo. No mcdical inau advortis ing in these ooIonie3 has medical degrees which can bo compared with his. Such cminout qualifications, together with his recognioed straight orward treatment, has naturally gained for ln'm tho reputation of being tho ONLY LEGALLY QUALI FIED DOCTOR advertising in these colonics who combines with Sosoicl Knowledge Honest Troatmcnt, as may easily bo ascertained by applying to anv LEADING PAPER in tho COLONY. 3 No diseases cause co much misery and distress aa those included in my Gpcciality. ALL SIGN, YOUNG AND OLD ME...

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Remarkable Incident. A LECTURER DISCOVERS HIS DANGER AND LOSES HIS LIFE—A TERRIBLE WARNING TO OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

ESemnsfeMo DcuciJlerail. a iEoxunnn diqcoveuo mo danoee and L03E3 HIO LIFE — A TEMtlBkE WARNING | to oiHima. I , It is a oiano in tho loctuvo room of a medical collngo in Now Orlonno. Tho pro' feasor ia lecturing boforo an intolli^ont claa0 of modical atudonto. Ho io describing th° human body, its dofnotn, aud tho dangor by which it io aurroundod. In ordor to illuotrnto he has fluent rjc. tho human body, whioh ho ia subjecting chomicnl teot3. '' Gentlomon,' ho caid, ' I havo described to vou tho nDDoarnnco of tho human fluid in b diseased otato ; I will now ohow you how tho samo fluid appoaro in a honlthy btato,' and he subjected his own to tho teat. Aa ho hold it up to tho light for a moment, his hand tromblod, bo caught hio breath, ho paled, and oxclaimod, 'Gentlemen, I havo just rondo n moot horrible dincovory ; I ray col £ liovo Bright's disease of tho kidnoyo.' In less than ono year ho was dead. Tho abovo dramatio and otriotly truo incid ent shows tho terrible dangor and myster...

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To the Salvation Army Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

To the Snlvatlon Army Soldiers. I O Soldiers of that u Army ' bravo, Who testify God's power to Bavc, ? Ami hid the nmncr ?-como:' Who fcar]cG3ly tho Gospel prcach, - ? And ftrivo (Sod'n bolv truth to tcach ; Say, could you not the masses reach Without your big, big drum ? Wo lilco your c.irrcnicna to work, * And would that many in tho kirlc Could to your ctandard cnmc. But thero aro others who roioico Whilo hnt'nmp to tho 11 ntill small voico,' Who wmh devoutly that your choico Had missed that mighty drum. Wo would not ask you to forsaho j Moat ether methods that you toko Nor m tlio ntrcetn ho dumb. But whilo you pvcach tlio words of lifo Whero sin ami wrctchcdncss arc rife, Wo would not havo you raiao n strifo By means of that big drum. In nloccs whero the tho deepest woo Is found that human hearts can know Foul dens in city shims — There can, perhaps, bo httlo harm In sounding fortli the loud alarm, But wo in Moss Valo ceo no charm In that big, banging drum. Will not your lovo an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

TO LET in MOSS VALE tho Building iccontly occupied by tho Government a3 a Post-offico. Apply for particulars to ?Mr. J, 8. PONDER, E.S. & A.C. Bnnk, Mo:a Vale. . WANTED, Apprentices .ro the dressmaking. Apply to : MISS MoINTOSH, ' ? ? ? Yarrawa Eor.d,*Mo:i Vnlo.' WANTED ; J/ 'lVTURSE AND HOUSEMAID. : - ? . -LN Apply to— I ' Mks. ROW, -Coirmorcial Bank, Moss Vale. ''?V WASTED,.'' A YOUNG GIRL about 1G to acniat in House work. Apply-/ , Mrs. NETTLINGHAM, Commercial Hotel, Sutton Forest. a ? oanroaS'pn'tba^f y oh do not leave ' off* ocijudi^lisiiig/'my/ oiBtdf^nd!my8olf»3 shall tako legal I'ro'.cyiir. j;i und^unioh yWajjor as tho law will permit/ ' . u (Signed) BYRNE, Cliffdalo. ' C ATXJTI03ST. To Opossum Shooters, and Others. . ... TRESP ASSERS on Mouut Broughton Estate will be PROSECUTED. - : ? ? ? ? C. E. PHASER. May 10, 1892. ! r Js©TICE, j TO TRESPASSERS. AS wo find that tho j?enco around our Farm at YARRUNGA (known as Felton's) is being continually broken dpwn, .we hereby...

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The Secret of Happiness. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

? The. Secret off GHapntness. [By Count L. Tolstoi ] - We say to Ourselves, I can only secure happiness 011 condition that all other crea tures lovo me more dearly than they love thnraselvas. Thio, however, .is an impossi bility. Notwithstanding this, we all contrive to livo, and our patiro activity, our stiiving after riches, family, glory, powet, are but oo many endeavours to compel othbrb to love uo fVtnn fhnv lrwn thomnolvea. Richea, glory, power give us the simul acrum' of the condition we doaire, and wo aro almost satisfied; at times wo oven forgot that wo have grasped an illusion instead of reality. All creatures love themselvos boftor than they love us, and bappioess is, therefore impossible. _ Some people— and their numbor is daily increasing — finding themselves face to faco with this problem, and unable to diaepver a aatisfaclory solution, put an end to their lives | saying that life is a hollow, stupid joko. And yet the solution is not only simple but aelf-ovident. 1 can...

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

CATHOLIC. Moss Vain 8 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Burrav/ang 11. — J. Walsh.

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The Household. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

Tlio DQouselioM. Frostinc.— 'A very nice frosting,-. may. be made without eggs ? aa follows : Mix cold water with pulverized sugar to theconsietency of a stiff paste. Spread with a silver knife. A very small quantity of water will dissolve a large amount of sugar. ; . Cake.— An excellent recipe for cake and onS which may bo utilized in a variety' of ways iB the following : une cup or ouster, one of milk, two of sugar, three, of flour, four eggs, two teaspoonfuls of baking powder This makes a largo loaf cake aad ia very nice with a cujp of shredded citron added. Half the quantity makes a good layer cake, and half the same amount with a cup of nicely washed currants added fo^tha mixture and the batter baked in gem pans will delight the children. Rainbow Cake. — Take five eggs, teacup of sugar, oup and a-half Brockoff'a flour quarter-pound butter. Boat the egga and sugar together until the sugar is dissolved, then add the flour (previously warmed), and lastly the butter and any essence...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

™U5SBffTEItIAir. r-ast K.ani-.'iloon 11 ; Jiurrawang J ; iloss Valo 7, —Rev. B. Berry, M.A.

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The Mechanism of Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

flte IQcctannism of £3an. A mnn hno with him a v7orkitif» pump called hiohoart, a working bollowo callod hio lungo, a working vnfc callad hio atomaoh, a working condoncor callod hio brain, and a working evaporator cnllod hio akin, all of which znunfc bo at work whether ho will or not. Tho honrt in osponding ovor hia body day by dny, 122 foot-tona of work. Ho will go on lifting oo many milliona of tono in oo many yoara. If ho moot with no ? ncoulont, tho timo will como whon hia laot atroko will bo finiohod and ho will die, or ho may bo carried off in oarlior lifo by diooaco, , whiob, howovor alight in ita early otugeii, workoliko a formont, Tho oymptouo may bo ccnrcoly noticeablo — a littlo lazineoa, alight hoadaohoo or baokaohoa — bnt tho oauao ia alwaya at work1 Take a handsome roay uhenkod young man, full of lifo and hopo, lot a gorm diooaao entor hia uyntom. it it invioiblo, to omall to bo weighod; judged by the ovidpneo of tho oonooa it io too inaignificant to bo thought of, but...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

VTESLEYAIT. Robertson 11 Mr. Walsh ; 2.30 — Rov. S. Macdade Kangalonn 11 — Mr. Knox ; 7 30— Rov. Macdade. Wilds Meadow 11 — Rov. Macdade. Woodlands 7-30— Mission Band.

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F. L. Barker & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

F. ffi. nBM'Iscr -S nScpoi't SheopsUins. — Market brisk, especially for medium woolled skills. Quotations : lull \voolcd4j.lto 4M ; medium, 3J.1 to 4J.1 ; shorts, .11 lo Ji j, pelts, 2d to 2Jd per lb. Green bkius, 2,d to 40d , 1101 Hides!— Market easier. Quotations : Kxtm j heavy nnd prime, 2Jd to 3d ; good heavy, ..jd to j 2Jd ; ordinary heavy, 2j!d to 2!,d s medium, :1 to i o|d ; best light, 2fl ; ordinary, 2),d ; dry, -id per 'b'Bark.— Market unchanged. Quotations : Best . „l.-mned. £0 to £7 80s : lilcdium, if JD? to to I/B 7d ; inforior, £2 103 fo £3 17s P?f ,, Piga. — Porkers, eanier ; primo, 3-J ; uiieon, lirm ud to 31d per lb. ' , Calves.— Market clutted. Vrices loivest _\vo havo had for Bome time, primo 1301b calves malting 159, very largo elmoat unsaleable. I Sydney, 3rd May. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

SsTOTXCJE. TO 8UBSCBIBERS, ADVERTISERS, Czo. IT is horeby notified that from this date 'The Sobdtineeu' lias changed Propnetoroliip, Mr. J, R. Toplis being no longer Proprietor of tho ? I»per. All Accounts owing to 'Tim Scrutineer' ? either n» Subscriptions, Advertising, or for Print . _ j- t» to pni'l 0'i.y »n Mr. Josipli Dolton, and 'whoso receipt therefor 'will ibo' a Buffioient - .discharge, :???? ]6th April, 18W. ? NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND COR RESPONDENTS. All IJusincos Correspondence or Letters intended for insertion in 'The Scrutineer' should bo iddrccscd to the Editor or Manager. me (Scrutineer, AND 1 WerjtJ. -C*3DDndll©jio Advocate, j (ESTABLISHED 1874-18 Yearn.) PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY 1 u Uttered out of time , or concealed in proper season, good savourethof evil' FRIDAY, ; MAT 13, 1892.

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Kangaroo Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

Kihei^otoo WSSey. fFeom Our Correspondent.) Bishop Higgins, D. D., arrived hero on Sunday afternoon, and preached to a largo and appreciative | audience at night on tho subject of ' Kternity. | He held a confirmation sorvlco on Monday, about 20 children attending, to whom the Bishop adminio tered tlio rites of confirmation. Tho township, as also the R.C. Church, was well filled with visitors. The Bishop is profuso in his expressions of admira tion of tbo sccnery surrounding Kaogarroo \ alloy . The following communication has been received by Mr. Morton:— 'Sir,— With rffcrcnce to* your letter of the' 22nd September last in regard to the necessity for metalline the Glen Murray road, Kan earoo Valley. I am directed by the secretary for Public Works to inform you that at present thero is co voto available for the purposes. The matter will, howovor, be considered when tho estimates for next year aro being prepared. I havo tho honor to be, eir, your obedient servant, J. Barling, Under Sec...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

Local and General News. Bankhuptcy. — In ro John Dodds of Borrima, warder %. Singlo mcetine at Moss Vale, Juno 2. Real Property Act. — Messrs. Harold Clyde Manning (Bowral), licensed surveyor, has been specially licensrd under tho Real Property Act. Marulav School or Arts. — Tho opening of tho Mnrulan School of Artn hao been fixed for Fridav, 20th instant, at 7 p.m.. and the occasion will be marked by a banqnot to'Mcsara. Rose and Holbor row, mombcro for Argyll?. ArroiNTMr.NT.~Mr. J. Yco has been appointed inspecting ofiiccr under tho fifth tho 5th acction of the Dcceascd Animals and Meat Acts, and has also been authoriccd lo exercise other powers under the said Act, for the Bcrritna district. Affeal Cash. — A Land Appeal Court will be held at Darlinghurst on Monday next, when tlio Registrar will hear a cane of tho English, Scot tish and Australian Chartered Bank. The Bank appeals against tho proposed forfeiture of condi tional purchases Noy. 8G-5S, 80. GO, and S0-7G, Moss Vale. Ove...

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CRICKETERS' CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

CRICKETERS1 CONCERT. A concert in aid of the local club was held in the School of Arts on Wednesday evening last, whon the hall was packed. The building was beautifully decorated with fern fronds, flowers, and flags, and over the platform was the motto 'The bats and wicket.' The patron of tho club, Mr. J. T. Hay ter# occupied the chair, and after a few remarks onlled unon Messrs. Medlicotb (violin) and Comn* tou (piano) to open with an overturo, after which the following programme was gone through with, the pieces being exceptionally well rendered in every instance : — Song, 'Givo my love to all at home,' Mr. H. Dennis; song, 'Sweet dreamland faces, ' Miss M. Williams; song, 'Someday I'll wander back again, 'JUr. M. 1). Hussey ; pianoforte overture, Mr.' Compton ; song, ' My Arab oteed,' Mr. J. Menzies ; song, 'In happy moment*,' Miss E. Williams ; encore, 'Tho luat rose'; song. 'A sailor's life,' Mr. A. E. Brown ; song, Miss TiUU ley ; and cncoro waa demanded but not responded to ;...

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Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

l'' 1 Miscellaneous, f - 'I hnvo n pair of auDpondow for'ovory pair of trousoro I'vo got,' ho eoitl. ' Qrnoioua ! How ninny pair of 3U')ponders huva yoti pot.' ' Ono jiuir.' ? Visitor. 'Do you 'ni;o notoa when you pronoh, oir?' Bronklyn clergyman (si^li Itig) : ' Whon I o.m got 'om. But in lliia parish it'a mostly ^nrden frueic and a aoonlion.' ' Wlmt mnlcoa you think th'.rfc Still n'ntor is ouclin clovfir foliov/ ? I uovor Iionrd liim Guy anything' moro tlinn 1 yoa' or ? no.' ' ' That's what oouvinuoa mo ho in clovor.' Bingo: 'Wasn't tlio oorvnnt girl unuanaily ploaap.nt thio morning ?'\ Mrs. Bingo: 'Tc3. Hoc bonu cullod Inst aight.' Bingo.: .'. Soo if you can't go; him to como hero and live. Foreman : ' Wlioro iiliall I put tlno report of tho pvizi fight ?' 'Put it nlon^oido of the Ruv. Dr. Goodmnn'a r.ormon. Tlioa pooplo cmi rond tho prizo-light whilo proteu d i ur; to road tlio riorinon.' Tho follow who hvo3 on hio wito must frequently put up with poor ' wittlos ' Whon come moil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

We Scrutineer. TERMS: Subscription 2/6 per quarter prepaid ; S /- if booked ; charged only from tho time of commencing. Quarters enil March 31, Juno 30, Septomher30, Docembcr 31, at r/hich periods only can subscribers dcclino by giving a week'o notice in writing direct to the office— not through a local collcctor— and paying to the then running quarter. Advertisements — ot less than one inch, 1/* i or the Brut two line3 and 3d. per lino after; longer advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and 1/6 for every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made for standing advcrtisemchts. Advertisements o birtho, mairiages, and deaths, if sent by post, must bo authenticated by tho signature of some person known at tho office, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will be received up to 6 p.rn. on day of publication. Tho number of insertions ohould be written on the face, or tho advertise ments will be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing advertisemen...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

CHURCH or EITGLAITD Sutton Forest. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. : 2nd and 4th Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale. — 1st aud 3rd Sundays in tho mouth at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Bhndanoon. — 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at 3 p.m.: 5th Sundays in t the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exeter ' — Wednesday (on or before full moon) 7.30. Hollythorve (Cross Roads — Thursday (on or be* fore full moon) 7.30 p.m.. — Rev. A. G, Stoddart; Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Servico every Sunday morning at 1 1 a.m.; Mount Ashhy (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Yarrunga —Second Sunday in every month at 3 p.m. All seats aro froo. — W. A. Leo*-h, B.A. . Holy* Trinity, Berrima. Birrima, every Sunday at 11 ; second aud fuurth Sundays in tho month at 7* llev. G. Sheppard, B,A. Cr is3 Roads1, first nnd third Sunday at 7. ' 5JMi Rango, second Sunday at 3. Belanglo, fourth Sunday at 3. Sr. Stephe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

Special Ad&eBVfSsemeBflta* MOSS^ Opholatoror, J?renc!i Polisher, Pictaro, Framcr. C:c, A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads nnd Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &o » always on hand. Spring Roller and Venetian Blindr?, mado and fitted or repaired. 'commercial banking C 0 M P A N Y. cmr :j Established 183 1. Incorporated 1848. Head OClOO :Gi:oi«ii: Stiu:kt, Sydney. ? 0 ? CAPITAL ? £800,000 RESERVE FUTJD ? £670,000 Reserve Fon Kqi-.m.imatiok of Dividends ... £150.000 Money reccivo;! at Interest anil all other usual Banking Business transacted. 13. EVHRARD ROW, Manaoeii, ? IIOSS VALE Bit All CH. : coT Established 1853. Tscohporated 1S83. Sole Agcntti for PIANOS by Stcinway and Sons, Julius Fcuricli, Uebcl ami Lechleiter, Carl Eclce, Tho Victor, Tho Bulling ; and for the world-ronowned ICSTEY ORGANS and Booooy'o B r a o a Band Instruments. Pnivoroal Provi.loraof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, MUSIC, and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of Every Description. PIANOS BY ALL OTHER W...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

Kobartsom. Tho seventh half-yearly mooting of the aharc- J holders of tho Rohortson I)airy Company v?ao held in tho School ofArtoon Tuesday cvcinnglanb, thero being prcaent— Mc33ra. R. McEvilly (chairman of direofcors), J. E. Williams, W. H. Walker, J. Marshall, J. Stono, H. Johnotoa, G. MoDouagh, J. Boll, R. Hamilton, M. McNamara, J. Hall, J. C. Wright, D. E. WHIiaino, H. Eycaro, L. Lucao, J. Eycaro, R. McDonald, G. Pernio, J. Gilroy, G. Hobo, H. Wilson, and D. Frazcr (manager) nnd R, G. Fercuson (occrctanrt. Tho eecretary read tho following report nnd batanco'ohcot, which wao unanimouoly adopted. Seventh Half-Yearly Report of the Rodert . son Dairy CourAxy. (Presented to tho oharoholdr.ro Tuesday evening 10th May, 18D2.) 'The directorn in presenting thcir'novonth report to the shareholder eonpratulato them on tho suc cess of tho' company during tho laot term. During tho six montho ending 30th April, 1892, CG5.737 gallons of milk wcro rccoivcd and ceparated, yield. 248,12*3 lbs. of...

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