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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
EDEAarmr. MURPHY. —At Goulburn, on 10th November, .lames Vincent, youngest son of Jnmes and Ellen Murphy, aged 2 years aud 3 weeks. This lovely bud so young and fair Called hence by early doom, Just came to show how sweet a flower In Paradise would bloom. E'er sia could harm or sorrow fado Death came with friendly care, Tho opening bud to Heaveu conveyed And bade it blossom there. Inserted by his loving auut B. Murphy. II ST JMjESIflDlIttlEAJI, CLOUT. — Iu loving memory of my beloved brother Thomas, who died at his parents' residence, Bundanoon, aged 13 years and 0 months. My dear brother has gono to rest — In this cold WDrld to wake namoro ; Oh, mother, why then should wo weep, For ho will wake on a brighter shore: Inserted by his loving sister Ettio Hayman.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
- - Special jMweFtfflDCBMeniittfj ? lOiMilliir MOSS YALE, ??????; .ffphplstercr, Fronoli Polish or, Picturo 1'ramor. Ci q,\ A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bcdateadn find J3l» Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mate, &cM always on hand. Spring Roller and Vtttetian Blindo, made and fitted or repaired. COMMERCIAL BANKING' COJIPAN Y. oc r;j-;:r:'r-:;.7;.i;ivr. Established 1834. Incorporated 1S19. Hoad Office : : SYDNEY. CAPITAL ? -Stfll(-,000 . RESERVE FUIID ? 3G30.000 . Total ? SI, 430:550 tr Brandies throughout Now South Wales and Queensland. Agcucc3 throughout, the world. . All usual Banking Business transacted. ? H0S3 VALE BRANCH, E. EVERARD ROW, Manaoeii. wTirpi™¥a~ SEoEr.ccnipriain), Established 185?. Incorporated 1883, if' ffipi-1 j 1 Tu g 1 uuiiy f nle Agonto for PIANOS hy St nil way niul Sons, Julius Fcurich, Uchel nml Lecliloitcr, Carl Ecko, Tho Victor, The Boiling ; and for tlio , world-ronowncd ESTEY ORGANS nnd Boonoy'o Brass Band Instruments. Waiversal Providers...
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
- POSTAL. I O11 Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursda; Fridays, Saturdays tho mail will leave Moss Vale 1 30a.m„ arriving at undermentioned places at tin atated :-Yarrunga at 3 a.rn , Barrengarry, 5 a.m.. Kangaroo- Valley; 0.30 a.m., Cambewar 8 45 a.m., Nowra 9.45 a.m. On Saturda Mondays, Tuesdays,. .Wednesdays, Thursdays, a Fridays; they, will be despatched as followa Leavo Nowra 3.30 p.m., Cambewatra, 4.30 p.i Kangaroo Valley, 7 p.m., Barrengarry, 1.45 p. i Yarrunga, 11.45- p.m., arriving at Mosa Vatel 1.15' a.m. on Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesda Thursdays, Fridays, aud Saturdays. ? The niail at present despatched from Moss V at 2.50 a.m. on Monday -will not be despatel until 0.30 a.m. -The mails at present dopatel to places on tho southern line boyond Mosa Vale Suuday at 2.30 a.m. will bo discontinued, and lieu thereof tho mails will be despatchol at 12 a.m. . ! on . Monday. ' A train will be 1 011 Sunday, oyening, ^leaving Sydney at 9 p Under tho now system tlio mails in Sydney t ...
HUMOUROUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
HUMOUROUS. Conuidor tho lilies— how oxpenewo'lHov' are, .[???- . * * 'Do cditora molto lua^of' tho pooms thev rcooivo ?' . 'Oh, blcoo yoa, no— they- mako firoo/ ? ? ; ; ; -? J J v . 1 It oeomo to mo I havo seen yonr faco beloro.' 'Quito likely.' Thot io whoio I carry it/ Employer 1 Woll, Patrick, which do you think ia thn bigRor fool, yoa ot I ?' Patriot — ?' Faith, I oouldii'i cay, cor, b'tit 'ittyitofc mo3ill, ourely.' „ Tcoehor — 'Now tako tho oontcnoo, 'liary mado eomo oooonnut cakeo.' How do yoa paioo 'ooooanut oakos?'' Tho wholo cohool, in unieon— ' Wo novel peso co-ioai' ?' nut cakeo.' , ? Mro. Brown: ' Johanio broko a pano ol Cloao, but no ho fold mo ii at onco, I give him on apple.' Mrj. Cobwiflgor : ' That will teach bim u great looson,' Mro.Brown: ' lam afraid not. Au eoon oa ho had oaten the apple ho wont nnd broko another 'flin-'' dow.' Horry: ' She hoo jilted mo, and I know I ohall die. Tiie disappointment will liillme.' v:: ' Aunt Hannah : ' I know how disappoint* mcn...
PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
PessV 'Postage. 1 Thero. is a,pcnny/ppstago service between H following towns .in the police district of Berrinl —Berrima, Bowral, Buridahoou, Burradoo, BuJ wang„Cro!iB Roads. East Kangaloon, Exoter, Gffl quarry. Great Southern Colliery, Joadja Orel Kangaloon, Meryla, Mittago'ng, Mosa Vale, Robl son.-Suttoaioreat, WAld's Meadow, and Yarning
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
BREVITIES. , *1 Work with hoo, go It slow. ?? i'i Tho kicking habit in oow.a'oaWfeb'br^/ ' Cows'o tail in tho pail makes bntte^with* oat aale. : ,1;-i ? ;- Groon Gro=n maUoa ycllov/ bu'tiofttna filao milk, ♦ Who over own lnsy cow thotcsoellcaao a butter maker, It ionot tho 0017 with tho Inrgaat u3dor that makea tho moot butter ' ' ?' A Iifiht_ ontimnto of tho importonca o! otartmg right will mako tho honrt hpavy later on. ^ Try heating tho milk ao coon no drawn from tho cow tjo tako tho 4 oniony ' taoto out of it. Wl!U,1n ? ? . . ' ,«Mjr uuUuif uuuio yj our :aoour friando try to regulato tho hours of loiouro inatead of fcbo houro of work ? Hay io low in prioo all over tho world, ? Ing England it collator juothalf tho pricoo'ilOrcdL threo yearo ago. If c, crop of city boarddro will pay yon'^eJ. tor than a crop of potatoeo, cultivate tho ' boardcro— do not plant thom 1 ' Owing to certain pugilistio proclivities, tho Angora goat would oeom to boa good animal ? to keep about a dairy.
RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
Ti ? i BAILWAY. /tDpw.v TBAik.s.— A-.mail train leaves Sydney.dt (Saturdays excepteilj at 9 pm, Campbelltown 1( Viotoii 10.53,' Mittagong 12.12 am, Bowral 12. Moss Yalo 12.40, arriving at Goulburn at 2,20, t Albury 11.55. ' ' ' . . A paper. and niiJccd' trainleavos Sydney at4a Mittagong S .31, Bowral 8.41, Moss Vale 9, Go burn 11.12, reaching Albury 12.J hours later. Tbo, Melbourne express leaves Sydney da (Saturdays -and iSundaya oxcepted) at 5.15 p Mittagong 7.58, Bowral 8.G, arriving at Moss V 8.18, leaves at 8;43,, arrives at Goulburn at] mid Albury 5.50 a m. A passenger train leaves Sydney daily (Sundi excepted) at 9.30 a in, Mittagong 12.3G p Bowral 12.45, Mors Vole 1.25, Goulburn 3.5. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday 7;55 a m, Pioton 9 55, Mittagong. 11.5, Bow -11.12, Mosa' Valo 11.35, arriving at Goulburn 2.20 p m. .... - : ? A second ' tourist ' train- leaves Sydnev ov, Saturday, at ,2. 28 p m, Mittagong 5.3G, Bowral 5. and arrives at Moss Vale at'6.0; A passeng...
ABOUT THE HEARTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
ABOUT THE HEARTH. ' Mending docs not cn.:m nearly co formi dable whrn all nccc:!.iary appliances aro at hand. But to pick up a well-filled mending, banket, to find one in short of needles, or that there is adeficicnoy of tho rujht colour inn darning-cotton, makes tho work anything* but delightful. Tho best rule, when baying-i sioaiungs or undergarments, io to mako o - ' pointof purchasing, at tho samo time, cotton to match, Tho ability to darn quickly and well is a useful accomplishment, Tho whito of an cgrj is antidoto in oacoa ot;: poisoning with strong acida or oorrosivo sub- ; limate. The poison will coagulato tho albu men, and if theso poinono bo in tho oystom, tho whito of an ogg awallowed quickly will comblno with tho poison and protcct tbo1 stomach. An astringent poultice io mado by causing it to coagulata with alum1 This is called alum curd and io used in certain diseases of tho eye, ! A fino furniture polish io mado by tbo uso of tho following receipt, alcohol, half pint r...
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
CHURCH NOTICES. - ; Ohobob oe England. .'H Sutton Forest.— 1st and 3rd Sundays ltfS month at 3 p.m. ; 2ud and 4tli Sundays in the mg| at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; 5th SundaypS p.m. Moss Vale. — lBt (and 3rd Sundays ia|| month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion J ejtf Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Busdanoon. — 2udani!| Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. ; 5th Suudayi| the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Ex|i| — Wednesday (on or beforo full moon) £,-§ Hollythoiii'e (Cross Roads— Thursday (on opjg fore full moon) 7.30 p.m.. — Rev. A. G. Stodaana Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Servslj every Sunday morning at 11 a.m.; Mount AmS (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Addra8Bj children first Sunday in month ; choir prtffijj every, Wednesday at 7 p.m. Y arrunga— Swag Sunday in every month at 3 p.m. All seatgM free.— W, A. Leooh, B.A. |M Holy Trisitv, Berrima. m ' Berrima, ; overy Sunday at 11 ; second andfajjl undays in tho month at 7. Wai ? Itev, G. Sheppard, .8, A. Raj Cr'iss Roads, first and th...
NED'S ADVENTURE. A LOVE STORY FROM THE LAND OF CHILI. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
'NGD'G ADVENTun£. A tOVE STORY VROM TIJ' XAND' OF CHILI. , ThocUy of Valparaiso io ono -of tho moot fmportant npon tho Pacific coast. Take thom altogether tho people of Chili show the moot ontorpricc, and seem the bc^.t adapted for Ropublioan government of any in South America, yofc tho common people nre cf a dark, rcvong'jful nature, and few foreifui r-- find favour in their oyoa. But with d?uk oyed maidena of Chili it in different, nr.d the Yankco aailoi-3 always liko to run int:'- 4 Valparaiiicr * for a oruiso on shore, and a happy timo they havo generally. Ned Wil.ion landed from tho brl; Vi^p?r, which had sprung a topmast and efovo in her quarter in a jitorm on the Houlh I'nrifn. It was a two wet-La' j ib to refit, and, an Ned waa a rain to hi trusted, tli-i 1 old man,' gavii Mm a freo run on nhore. Ned was not much of a man to drink, and most of hi;t time wac spent in rambling about on the beautiful mountain slopes, getting acquainted with tho dark-eyed beauties of tho city an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
: ;; v./.;. I ...' -...' - . ... ^ . . / * . WEST OAMDEM ADVOCATE. ?'... .' J- ,.. .; '' s . . .( . ;. -. ' ? -i j ?.. ?'. -.-* .» » ; ; ; - * i - ?? AND Berrima Distriet Press 1Q74) Is tho- OLDEST, LARGEST, and MOST WIDELY CIRCULATING NEWSPAPER between Sydney and Goulburn. ' '? ' \ ^ STJBSGMPTION : ' PER ANNUM (in advanoo) .. .. 10 0 PER HALF YEAR (in advance) ' .. .. 1 5 0 PER QUARTER (in advauco) . . .. . . . , . 2 6 I PER QUARTER (credit) ... .. .. - ... r 3 .0 PUBLISHED Every TUESDAY and FKIJOAY Morning. ? §- ? Advertising Rates Reasonable. ... :o;— ? — ' Is the ' Representative Paper of a Large District, and offers Special .Advantages to Advertisers which no other local paper can give, circulating as.it does ' ' : extensively among the leading residents, and in every farmer and . ? Selector's home inat least THIRTY TOWNS and Villages '- throughout the Surrounding Distriet, tlio population of which is about , ' 4000. THE SCRUTINEER IS AN INDEPENDENT PAPER, ....... , , . ; FREE ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
Uhe Smttineev. TEMS SffBseniFTiON 2/6 per quarter prepaid ; S/- if btoked ; charged onl- from tho time of eomnioncinR. ADTBKT1SKMKST3— ot lens than one inch, 1 /-lor the first two lines and 3d. per line after ; longer advertisements, 3/- for tho first inch and 1/6 for every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made ?r standing adTertisementa. Advertisements o births, m»i riages, and deaths, if sent by post, must h* authenticated by tho signature of some person kMirn at tho office, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will be received up to 6 p. in. on jay »f publication. The number of insertions shtuld be written on the face, or the advertise ' meats will be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing advertisements must be sent in by nine a.m. on Mondays and Thursdays. All accounts due for subscriptions, advertis i®I, or printing are payable at the office, Moss Vale R. Hfl. SMfti, A-TJCTIOISTBEH, ?WILDS MEADOW AND ROBEETSOH, IS Prepared to co...
Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
Local Infev&ation. - ^ COACHES. r m For Soitojt Forest.— Haddin's coaoh leaH| Moss Valo at „ ?' fli 7.15 a m returning at 8 a m Q 2.15 pm „ 3pm 7 p m 8pm Fare Is single, children Od t ? vH For Berrima. — Haddin's coach leaves MH Valo at , 9 7 am returning at 12 noon B| 2.15 pm ' „ 8 p in ? Fare 1b Od Bingle, children 9d Small chargo mijB for parcels sent through tlio driver Sundays ? above oxcept tho midday journeys Special trH made at any time on application to Mr Hafldin ? Cqachcs alao run to Robertson and Kangntjg
FIFTY LASHES. A Maori War Incident. IN FOUR CHAPTERS. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
FIFTY LASHES. A Maori War Incident.' IN FOUll CHAPTERS. By Atiia Wi:i i nuny. CHAPTER, I. A full sununor 1110011 overhead, canting i . bars of soft sheen, athwart, tlio -1 reps in I : tho public Dooni% Auckland, 'Now Una - , ? . '.-,'llUld. -r. i i-A :? -??? , . :t- .1 '.! . On a rustic bench, bonuitli tho wido wide spreading branches of a giunt Kauri 1 pino, sat a half-caste M um girl, -and bv 1 horsido a tall, handsome vout.li, wearing tho dark bluo uniform of ? O.ivcrsliani a Horse. . . ?' . . No Spanish boaulv could boast a 111010 glorious beauty of faoo and forioiiuoi .ICiora Solby. Hor mother — daughter -if tho oUlest Maori ahieftiiu. To I'uko — foil in lovo; and married ono, Turn Solby,, a sergeantiii tlio Oth- Itoiiimimt,' and with lier lumd cams' many broad acre# 111 tlio most fertile valleys of tlio ?? Wuikato, which tho old soldior Boun converted into o good* jmyabjo p»tn(V Wiiilu .Tuora iya.1 . .vet,iuohildthor mnthor^icid, whoroiiipon Turn Siilby (bought n suug-villa ri...
Humor. Then Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
. ihiimor. ? Then Ag' in. Jim Bowker, ho said of ha'd had a lair ebo w And a big enough town fp* hio talents to grow, And. tho least bit nosisianCT 5n hooin' hia row, Jim Bowlior, ho eaid; He'd filled the world fall of tho oonod o! hia namo, An' olim tbo top round in tho ladder ot xamo ; It may havo beon co ; Idunnoj Jeot Bo it might beon, Then ng'in ? But ho had tarnal Iaok— overythin' wont os'n him, Tho nrroro or fortuno thoy allao 'nd pin him ; So he didn't get no ohaneo to ohovr 02 what was in him, Jim Bowkor, ho eaid. Et he'd had a fair chow, yoa couldn't tell whero ho'd oome, An' tha fcata ho'd n-dono, an' tho heights ho'd a-olimb — It may havo been oo ; I danno ; Jest oo it might beon, Then ag'in ? Bat wo'ro all liko Jim Bowker, thinks li moro or leas — Chargo fato for oar bad look, ourselves for Buccesa, An' givo fortuno tho blame for all onr dia treoa, Ad Jim Bowkor, ho oaid. If it hadn't been for luck an' misfortune an' oioh, Wo might a-bson famoao, an' might a-beeo riob, ...
A GREAT SCHEME A Tramp's Brilliant Plan for Raisit the Wind. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
A GREAT SCHEfv A. Tramp a Brilliant Plan for Ralsit ? . ^ tlio /Wind. ? ? : — r— A mMdle-Bged man, whbfo hppearanoo in diuatcd an aversion to ulcAulinen and a wild . yearning for stlmulanU-r.Dd snbsrqMrnt ro* poso, paused in front of the -nico of i: law yer, tlu\ing opened his moUth and inserted a fresh quid of tobaoco in one of the ar-m- pnrtment:', so to ppvuk, ho turned the handle of tho door and ci.tered. Tlio legal gentle* man, who waa -in,, languidly recognised ! the visitor ao an old ucqinintanco. ' Woll, Jim, old Mi yutt kcg IVc .kept my word. Lar.t timo I met you iu 0 ntral Pan I promised to call on you and till you nil about tho eohemo thnt's going to mako ua rioh,' eaid tbo tomato oan. ' Yes, I suppose fio,' replied the lawyer, with afresh-baked fcneer, ' yen aro ouj of thoEQ men who has always got a littlo scheme but never any cash. Ilowcvcr, k 5 ub have tho littlo. echemc, but cut it ab short a-i pos oible.' u Thanko, Jim, thank?, Now let mo state tho caso. A woman gets...
Trifles Light as Air. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
Tri/les Light as Air. Children cry for tho moon, when they grow up thoy want tho earth. The oovereigna that exert tho greatest away in thia world are noith&r white nor black, bat yollow. The nhrowd member of tho ohuroh choir ia tho c,no uhf). whiln hn nnvn littlr* nlnmvn watchen hia ohantu. Piielii : 11 Tim, yoar cabiri.hao been blown away.' Tim : ' Deed thin it haan't, for I havo the koy in my pookot. A little boy oat nt oca— A waif from home. When a modern youth beaomea ensconced in a a'.reet-car the ladico discover that he doeBn't belong to tho rising generation. Meeritt : 'If I oang liko yoo, old man ? Brown : ' What would yoa do 2' Morritt : 'I wouldn't niDH.' A wojiiu haa beon heavily fined for ornolty to a hotce. It io thought that oho offered the animal a acotion of her firat home-mado pie. The philoaophor who maintaino that thero ia no true happiness in human lifo, has nover olosely observed tho boy who is pat for the first timo into pants. '' You woro toasted, I pr...
Unappreciated Bravery. Took the Fire Engine For a Runaway, ana Tried to Stop it. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
Unappreciated Bravery » Took tha Fire Engine For a Runaway, and Tried to Stop it* A few days since, while buaily engaged in reviewing a spring poem that a school ma'am of Karnak had sent in, a timid rap was heard and in answer to my oheery ' come in,' a gentleman from tho rural dio* (riots entered. ' Howdy do,' said tho farmer, removing linb ftnil olmTOinff n Vinoil er» o*w1 bruised and covered with bandages that it looked as if it had been hit with a lawn mower. ' I am very well, thank yon.' 'Air yeou ther feller whut writes ther funny business?' ho asked, taking a coat nnd foeliug for hio tobacco box. ' I am tho criminal.' 'Wall,' went on tlio grangor, ' I'vo read yeour pnper fur nigh on ter thirteen year, and had 'lowed that tho citizens of Mel bourne must bo mighty nioe oort o' people, but Benco I'vo been hero I'vo jeo' natorally concluded thot tbey ain't whut thoy are oraoked up to bo.' 11 1 nm sorry to hear that. What hao caused you to ohango your mind V' ' Wall, sovoral thing...
The Shoemaker's Logic. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
The Shoemalcer's Logic. 1 An old Fronch shoemaker, who boaated that nothing could frighten him, was'put to tho teat by two young mon. One of thom pretended to bo dead, and the other, going to *ho ohoemakor, induced him to ait up with tho ouppoaed corpse.. . To ehoemokor was in ft V»n*i»T7 fr»*« rtnmn nn T-irt 4 ? 1_ and leather and began working beside the oorpoo. About ono o'clook, cofloo having' ex hilarated him, ho . commenced singing a lively tuno, keeping timo with hio hammer. Suddenly tho corpso arooo, and exclaimed, in a hollow voico : ?.:??? 'Whon n man ia in tho presence :ol death ho should not eing I' Tho shoemaker started, then suddenly dealt tho corpso a blow on tho head, exalpim ing, at tho oamo timo : ' ???- 'Whon o man iB dead ho should not openl:.'. . It waa tho last timo thoy tried to Bears tho ohoomakor. ' It io atrango,' Baid a lady at a boarding hoaeo breakfast tablo, ' that people oan' tell tho ago of animals by the teeth.' . . i ' Not at all,' Baid an old gentl...