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

FOR 3 ALE, 60,000 R.' VILKS, . Moss Vale,

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Kangaroo Variety Varicty Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

ESMismroo Vstlley V.-urioty citib. Tho members of tho K. V. Variety Club hold tho urat moenng of tlio season on Friday evening last, m tho National Hall. Thero was a cood attendance of members and visitors, Mr. Grovenor acted aa ac companist, and tho vocalists seemed none the worso for the summer vacation, tho choruses rollini? alone harmoniously and to tho trrcat ilnliohf. r,r n,„ present. Tlio attendance promises well for tho fu ture of tho Club, and we have 110 doubt tho concern of tho season will be of considerably higher merit than tnoao of the past, particularly as efforts are being made to connect the late orchestra with tlio club, and allow an extra night each week for Orchestral practises. There is a likelihood of the uoual practice night being changed from Wednesday evenings ; however, practices will be held every Wednesday evening until further notice ? Ft outer.

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

DSraiMtonoom. ( From Our Correspondent j Mutual Improvement Class, — This class held their usual weekly meeting on Monday evening last, when a magic lantern eutertainment was given by Mr. W, A. Nicholas, which was much appre ciated by the audience. Thero was a good attend ance, the room being filled. Mr. J. Watts occupicd the chair, and in a few well chosen remarks called upon Mr. Nicholas to commence, and to whom was accorded a very hearty vote of thanks at the con clusion. All went away well pleased with the evening's entertainment. Next Monday a Mock Trial ' is arranged for, wheu tho class hope to have a good audience. Ministering Children's League. —I hear that the Rev. Mr. Stoddart is trying to get a branch of the Ministering Children's League formed here. We hope he will be successful. The Band of Hope — Unfortunately tho Band of Hope which has been successfully carried on in connection with the Church of England for some years is about to lose some of its membors. The Primiti...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Mo.Lallnm v. 8. Kusli, claim £14, for repairs ;to buggy. Defendant disputed ownership. Verdlot for plaintiff for tho amount. Sir Samuel Griffith bavins annonnond fl»n with. drawal by Sir Thomas M'llwraith of tho language used by lnm in roforenco to tho dealings of tho Bank of Lnghnd with Queensland loaue, the bank has resumed it3 financial relationo with the colony Mr. David Powell, tlio now governor of tlio Bailie', has expressed liio satisfaction nt tho bank being relieved of tho imputation oo unfairly caat upon it. Tho motion brought forward in tlio House of Commons |iy Mr. Dalziel for tho establishment of a bovcrumeiif labour department lias been ruled rrcgular.

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Mittagong Police Court. MONDAY, MAY 9TH. (Before Messre. F. R. Wilshire. P.M., and H. Childs, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

r»3C4to^oug IFaHIcc (Dourfc. Monday, May 9th. (Bcforo Messrs. F. R. Wilsliiro, P.M.. and H. Childs, J.P.) : , ? \ S. Rush, for insulting behaviour; was fine 10s. or 48 hours. ' Charles Losoby. for obseeno language-, wos.finod 10s: or 40 hours. .? ? i William Richeno, for using obaceno language, was Bneil 10a. or 48 hours. ? ?

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Moss Vale Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

Moss Vale (Council. This Council met on Monday evening last. Present— Aid. H. C. Rose (in the chair), Adama, Cullen, Goodridge, McGregor, Richardson, and Taylor. correspondence. From a drug company in Sydney, soliciting order for a patent disinfectant aud asking for a teat to ho made by the council, which the company would provido for, — On the motion of Aid. Good ridge the letter was ordered to lie on the table. From the Registrar General'* Department with reference to tho changing of names of streets and roads, stating that it wouUl he oi material assist ance to the department if they were furnished with tho advice wheu changes were made, aud asking that the couucil would be good enough to forward to Linda Title Office information when the nomen clature of strccts and roads were altered. — Received From Mr. F. A. Morgan, Secretary of tho Muni cipal Association, enclosing a copy of an amended act prepared by tlio committee of tho association, and which has passed through the last s...

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

E5 05, E VIA. A revision court for the Berrima division of the Camden electoral district opened at the Courthouse on Wednesday afternoon, before Mr. F R. Wilshirc. P.M., and Mr. T. Lackey J.P. Last year's roll numbered 2777, and tho new roll 2800, an increase of 113. Four names were struck off the roll on ac count of death — three in Bowral and one in Moss Vale. There were two claims to have names placcd on the roll. The court adjourned to next Wednes day The following aro tho returns at tho Lloss Valo railway station for the month of April, 1592 : — Out- wards : Passengers 1008 ; rcvonuo from passenger traffic £436 8s 5d ; rovenuo from general merchan dise and live stock traffic £570 15s 7d ; sheep 1855 ; cattle 167 ; dogs 8 : horses 46 ; pigs 30 ; tonnage of general merchandise, 205 ; tonnage of coal, 75. In wards : Horses 25 ; cattlo 75 ; sh oti 2G ; pigs 1G5 ; dogs 11 ; tonnage of general merchandise, 589 ; tonnage ot coal, 90. Tenders arc invited by the resident engineer at Mos...

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Public Meeting. A MUSICAL SOCIETY FORMED IN MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

Public Meeting. A MUSICAL SOCIETY FORMED IN MOSS VALE. Some twelve months nqo it was first proposed to form a musical society in Mops Vale, but at that . time it s^ems, for unaccountable reasons, the idea did not 44 catch on.' About a fortnight ago tho idea was again mooted, and at a preliminary meet ing held to discuss tho matter a few gentlemen cmbued with the desirableness of such an institu tion determined to call a public meeting to establish such a society 111 our town. Mr. E. Evcrard Row was appointed honorary secretary, and at tho public meeting held in the Oddfellowa' Hall on Mondcy evening last there was a very largo and enthusiastic gathering. Mr. Row was in the chair, and opened the proceedings by pointing out the advantages of such a society in extending tho elevating influenco i f music j;nii in attorning indul gence in au'di a refreshing recreation. Letters were read fioni one or two residents who wore unable to bo present, expressing their sympathy with tho movement....

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

Great Clearing Sale. r IN CONSEQUENCE OF REMOVING FROM THE DISTRICT* - * , H A f ¥i|: BUGS TO INFORM The Public ©1' JlHoss ^»lc mntH SnorrmiiiidiMg; Districts THAT HE WILL OFFER THE ' : WHOLE OF HIS STOCK, . CONSISTING OF liami mb , AT PRICES 'WHICH MUST DEMAND AN IMMEDIATE AND ENTIRE CLEARANCE. ; / — — :o:— — DEESS GOODS, 3Jd, -ljd, fljd per yard PRINTS, ZEPHYRS, DELAINES, FLANNELETTES, GAL1TE.1 STRIPES,? &o., &o., will bo ooi, d at ooor piiioes. OALICO, FLANNELS. BLANKETS, SHEETINGS, HOLLANDS, TOWELS, &o., &o., will bo cold at invoice piiioes. ' Job Lot of RIBBONS, l.d, 2d, 3d, and 6d por yard. LAOE3, GLOVES, SWISS WORKS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS, STAY3, HOSIERY FANCY GOODS, &o., &o., aro ofiored at a great itEDUonoN. ° Immcuco soduotion in HABERDASHERY, LADIES FASHIONABLE JACKETS, lOo. 6d., 13a. 6d., 35s., jirico now 7s. 6d., 9a. 6d„ and 17o. 6d. Also d good ncsortmont of LADIES CHECKED TWEED ULSTERS. Also MAID'S Qnd CHILDREN'S ULSTERS at ...

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Moss Tale Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11. (Before Mr. F. R. Wilshire, P.M.) THAT TRESPASS AFFAIR.-DISPUE 'TWIXT NEIGHBORS.—"A CONTEMPTIBLE PETTY CASE."—"A MAGNANIMOUS WITNESS." [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 13 May 1892

Moss Vale jPolIcfc ®bur(^ j Wednesday, May 11. ? (Bofore Mr. F. R. Wilshirc, P.M.) ] ? ? ? I THAT TRESPASS AFFAIR, — DISPUTE 'TWIXT NEIGH nons. — ' A CONTEMPTIBLE rETTY CASE.'- 41 A MAGNANIMOUS WITNESS.' J. Milne, sen . J. Milne, jun., and D. O'Brien I surrendered t;- hail upon a chargo preferred against I them by Mr, Edward Stagg, of tresspassing over land and with shoo' ing and hunting stock thereon, | belonging to Mr. Piter Hart, \ It will be remonibercd that Mr. Latchford. who appeared for defendants, applied for a fortnight's adjournment in order that a witness from Sydney could attend. This witness, luwever, was again unable to be in attendance Mr. C. C. Gale again appeared for tho prosecution. Edward otagg, sworn, said he was complainant, \ and know defendant's well. He held alou?oof ?ropcrty at Yarmnga from the late Mr. C. S. Payne. lc took over the land from Mr. Grosvenor, who had assigned alibis interest in it to witness. He was in upo nnd ocoapation of the land in questio...

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Mittagong Police Court. MONDAY, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

ivUhtiigoiig FoOicc Court. Monday, May 9. Before Messrs. P. R, Wilshire, P.M., and H. Childs, J.P. INSULTING LANGUAGE. E. S. Rush was charged with haviug, on the 25th April, used iusulting language to Constable I Nies at Mittagong. Dtfendant pleaded guilty and ? was fined 10s ; coats of court, 4s lOd. OBSCENE LANGUAGE, Charles Loseby pleaded guilty to having used obscene langungo and was fined 10s and 4s lOd costs of court. Edward Bricheno, for a similar offence, was dealt with in a like manner.

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1892. (Before Messrs. Campbell and Mackenzie, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

Bowral Police (Court, Friday, May 13, 1892. (Boforo Mcssro. Camptoll and Maokenzio, Jo.P.) J. Nohio waa cliarnod by tho Truant Inspector undor ordora Ifrom tlio Department of Fublio In. ntruction wath having violated tho Public Schools Act by not sending Dorothy Noblo to cchool for necessary numbor. of days fiscd by tho Aot. Defendant pleaded guilty. Miss McLuchio produced tho rolls which showed, tho attendance for tho last half-year had only been C6 out 113. uctcnaant was lined 2o Cd and 6s 8d costs of couri. Mark Whatman waa chargcd with a similar offence. Two children failed to mako up tho ro-. quired days. Accuccd pleaded guilty. It being a second ofTcnco ho wa3 lined 53 and 63 8d costs in caoli cane. _ | DISTURBING THE FOLIOE. W. H. George was chargcd with having distur bed. tho police in tho execution of their duty. Mr. Oxley appeared for tho defence. William Auckctfc deposed that ho wao a Con ntablo stationed at Bowral. On tlio 20th April last, ho had a prisoner in custody in...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE* \It mint 66 distinctly understood that we do not I necessarily identify ourselves with opinions | expremd by correspondent?!.'] I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

TMPOUNDED at Moss Valo on tlio 12th April bv ? i i ?' Mri18p irom CoNyorsloigh, 1 bay maro no brand visiblo.-about 10 handa High. If y„'t leased will bo sold on Juno 2nd.— R, VILL9 Poundkeopor. viuaa,

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Moss Vale R.R. Corps. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

Moss Vole US EB. (Dtwiits. The monthly prize shooting in connootion with the above corps took placo on the Browloy range on Wednesday and Saturday last, when some very good scores wert; put on. F. Wotton heads the Fist with 63, including iivo points handicap. Sub joined are the soores Name.. . ' j»° Hp. Tl. Amt. F. Wotton ... 29 29 3—63 20a W. Jones 23 ? 26 12—01 15s W.Bell... ... 21 22 18—61 10s D. Clifford . ... 27 . 18 21—66 os H. Lambort ... 26 32 .0 — 53 5s C. Taylor ... 27 25 5 — 57 5s W. Wallace ... 21 12 21-57 J. Wotton .. 27 17 12-56 G.Gissing ... 30 24 0-54 H. Richardson... 25 21 6-52 F. Bray... ... 20 24 8—52 J. Varlow ... 24 18 8 — 50 G. Bailey ... 27 13 5-45 J. Dijpram , ... 11 13 21t-45 G, Lee ... ... 19 8 21—45 A committee meeting of tho abovo was hold at Mr. F. Wotton's on Thursday evening laat. Pro aent— Messrs. H. Lambert (in tlio olmir), \V. Jones, D. Clifford, F. Wotton, H. Richardson, and G. Gisstug. Mr. Wotton moved that tho next shoot ing for the Hon. H. E. Ka...

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Church Hymns. (To the Editor of the "Scrutineer.") [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

Omuu'cla nUymiiiHis. (To the Editor of the ' Scrutineer,') r»i u~ » t° ' ^cHcr from the so» dhant ' Tmo Churchman ho miulo oix distinct otatcmcnto, four of which I .have proved to bo either mi£0tatcment3 or perversions of tho truth, I aalc your readers to bear m mind what those otatcmonto were, for in carrying on my part of thia corrcopondonco I shall oanero closely to the qucstioua involved therein, ana altogether diorogard such aido icauc3 no mav be raisea lrom timo to timo with tho idea of throwing dust in the eyes of opcotatoro, wbilo our strategic friend abandons one position for anothor, and attempts to oftccfc a chaugo of front. I pao3, there fore, at onco, over tho first forty two lines of hio letter as containing nothing of interest 01 import ance to tho controversy, and arrivo at onco at tho extraordinary assertion that 14 tho vicar and one or two people aro agitating for a ch'ingo of hymn book,' and that 'the general body of tho church (I pre sumo ho means the patiohioner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

At Schun-Ching the Chineso military students, I with tho connivance of the Viceroy, aro expelling 1 tho British missionaries. ' # Tho Baptist , tho organ of tho Baptist denomina tion, has abandoned tho advocacy of Homo Rule, for Irelaud, its oonductors having become convinced that an Irish Parliament means a pricst-riddeu | Parliament. Tho Jewish quarter at Ladz has been attacked by 20,000 Russians. Many Jews wero killed WHY REM AO IKI ©EAF Deafness, Head Noises, Discharges, &c., no mattes OF now long standing, completely and permanently cured by the new and entirely successful Electro Medication Treatinea*. Sulk-aitmed and Painless. Ear-drum 0 not at all nocoouary. Advice and pamphlet Free from Professor Harvey, 145 Collin* Street East, Melbourne. Magnificent testimonials. N.D.— Professor Harvey s Electric Head Ball* y U the only one patented throughout the World. Factory Burmt Markup —Tlio Produce Exohnns(o co-opm-atcs with 100,000 citizens, to dispose of Factory and Dairy...

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STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

STHftV NOTES By ' The Chameleon.' Aldertnanio philosophy and aldormanic disputations occupy much of our opaco, and ss, doubtless, our readoro tako a comparntivo ratepayers ijtoroat in ' municipal affairs,' we aupposo tlioy would sternly frown down and objoct to uny unfair oliroinntion of tho I Samo from our columns. In this issue, if wo do not miatnko, our roadoio will find a duo, proper and unadulterated record of como verbal pneountorn botwix certain of tho nldor men. If wo had many ouch kind of meet ings it in vory questionable whether any of tho aldormon would oacapo contamination. Tho aldorman who was the creat offender, ond whoso only objoct Goemodto bo to disturb othora and to provont the business of tho mooting procoodiug, was Aid. McGregor Bis foul abuse of other eldormen, perhaps of whoso real clmractor and worth ho is ab solutely ignorant (a' least in charity to Aid. McGrojjor wo hopo oo), waB a disgraco to thaf nldormon. Ho ought to know that to onoer, lovilo, and to uso...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

IIBowiml ^ncnnancapnH (Comicill. Tlio adjourned meeting of the municipal council was held on Thursday uight. In the absence of the Mayor, Aid, J. J. Campbell was voted to tho chair, the other aldermen present wero— M. Rice, .1. Cobb, Bissakcr, Harrison, W. Franklin, and H. M. Oxley. THE OAS WOKKS. I Aid . Oxlcy wao of oninion that thio matter should be considered by a full council, and after some dis cussion it wao .nado an order of the day, for next meeting. QUESTIONS. Aid. Bismker asked if application had been made to Mr. Stangar-Lcathes for tho £50 donation to the couueil funds promised 011 the improvement of the Merrigang-street hill ? No. —Tho clerk was in structed to make the application. Aid. Rice asked how many days had the council's horse worked, and in what manner? The object of the question was to show that the hors-i did not do enough work, it having only been worked one day last week. The council clerk replied that the horse was used whenever it3 services were required....

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F. L. Barker & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

P. I/. DSmrlser -& (Uo.'s DEcport. ? Shcopskins,— Market brisk, especially for medium woollcd skins. Quotations : Full woollcd, 4$d to I 4$d ; medium, 3.i?d to 4$d ; aborts, 3d to 3$d ; pelts, 2d to 2Jd per lb. Green oicins, 27d to 40d j polts, Gd to 2od each. Hides. — Market easier. Quotations t Extra heavy and prime, 2£d to 3d ; good hcavv, 2gd to 2$d ; ordinary heavy, 2^1 to 2Jd ; medium, 2Jd to 2$d ; best light, 2{ i ; ordinary, 2^d ; dry, 2Jd per lb. Bark.— Markot unchanged. Quotationa: Best chopped, £G to £7 80s ; medium, £1 10s to £5 X7s 7d ; luforior, 1,2103 to 17s Gd per ton. Pigs. — Porkers, easier j prime, 3d ; bacon, firm up to 3|d per lb. Calves. — Market glutted. Prices lowest we! havo had for somo time, prnno 1301b calves making 15s, vory largo almost unsaleable, Sydney, 3rd May.

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