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Spring. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

Spring. ' Nature's Hallolnjah I . . . Bobino, bluo-birde sing , . ? \ Diphtheria, pneumonia, Et oostera. Spring 1 I . .Nature's roanrreotion.l ] All that Bort of thingi' Miorobes, disinfection,- -vi Haro panua. spring I ; .\.p Naturo'o new oraation'l Songsters on tho wing,1 ?' '? X-maa billff— darnation 1 i . Eoater bonnets. Spring I : ; , Naturo'o jubilation 1 , Mud jaot mada to oling, ; Houca-oleaning, tribalatlpn, ? , , ~f Profanity,, Spring I . . ' ' Mary (a oiofc wifo,: to hos fiasbtoa) : ' Georgo, if I dio, promise mo ono thing;' Gcorgo What io it, Mary t'l ? . Mary : ' That you will mnrry Emm# Wilkino.' * - Georgo: 'Why, I thought yon hated her.' Morj;: 'I do, Goorgo. I wont to got ovon with hor.' ? - Some pcoplo bro born to ill-luck. An old woman who has pasted noarly flvo thousand medical recipes in n book during tho last 40 yearo hao not had an opportunity to uso ono of thom, booauoo oho hao novor boon ill a day in her life, and Bho ia growing disoouroEod. ' 1 11 teaoh you...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Miscellaneous. John Stead. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

fDM0ceUaneou& JohnStca-h 1 Bay ye oan gang too Banff, John StsadJ - I'll ne'er gio ye ae bawbee, If you an' Boll aro bound tao get wed, Wedded of course yo maun bo. Gin eho likes tao sit in poorun'D valo, It's no for mo tao oay nay, Gin Bho brows wool olio'll drink bitter nlo. An' I bid yo baith guid day, ' Your heart may bo hard,' said bravo John Stead, ' But Boll's is soft, on' ifc'o truo Sho'e a' tho gowd that I want tao wed; 'Twaa 'a that I earn' tao woo, Gio un yer blessing, that oost not maob, I hao a strong richt arm, For Boll's dear sako I work on tho oratob, An' lovo will keep us ayo warm.' Gio me the han' o' a man, John Stead, I'vo tried ye^ faith unco' sair ; Looh me, I did na' mean what I said— My lass is Bafo in yer care. Talc' her, an welcomc, bleesin an' a'— I said yo'll got nacht frae mo 1 But I'll gio Boll a hundred or two, An' — maybe she'll let ye preo 1 William Lyle,

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Guarding The Tongue. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

Guarding The Tongue . If eaoh of up, as wo pasB through life, Would bridlo and curb tho tongue, And speak of only the pleasant things To be said of everyone, What wonderful difkrenoe thore would bfl - Between this world of ours . - And 'tho poradit'e it might become . With all pathways Btrewn with flowero. How Burely a littlo reflection Will show ua as plain as tho day ' The mist'akca wo made whon wehaBtily Allowed our tongue full sway,. When tho day io done and wo think it o'er, ' Ah, me, that it should bo true, Thero arc fow of ua who can honestly say Thero is nothing wo would undo, Too often tho faults wo dearly see In others aro faults of our own, And thoso who dwell in houses of glass Should bo wary in casting oatoao; . . So, havo charity, muoh charity— The loveliest virtuo of oil, And look well to tbo member unruly, . For it'e prono to Blip and fall*

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Up in a Balloon. Things Seen and Experienced While Plying Through the Cloude. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

Vp in a Balloon, Things Seen and Experienced Whilo Plying Through the Cloude. To eomo extent rain retards upward pro* gross, jjut I havo mado n numbor of ascen rionB in the face of storms, writes Professor King. Snow, however, is muoh more of an obataclo, and in a short timo will aojumnlato upon tho top of tho balloon suflioiently to drivo it to tho earth, The clouds are some uuiuu ao iuuuu n» turco iiiouBanu icoc irom top to bottom when tho sky is entirely over cast, Often oven abovo such a body of cloud may bo seen smaller clouds with Bpacea in botween. When within one of these ppaces the sensation is that of being in a vault. With tho solid, snowy olouds below you and tho smaller olouds abovo you, being by perspeotivo brought close around, it ap pears as if you wero in a cavern. I havo beon abovo tho olouds during a snow-storm, and the light of tho moon ehin ing so brightly through tho rarifiod air pro* duced nn illumination rather supernatural, I have frequently passed through f...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GHOSTS IN CHINA. A Country in Which the Supernatural Forms a Feature of Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

GHOSTS IN CHINA. A Country In Which ? the Super natural Forms a roaturo of Life, j Thoro ia probably no country in. whioh ghosts play oo prominent a part in tho daily lifo of tho pooplo no China. There in no question oo to believing in ghostB. Evcryono in the Celestial Empire does that. If n man failo in business lie sots to work wondering whoso ppirit or ghojt was resporeible for his misfortuno ; if ho ia exceptionally successful bo does not forget to bo thankful 'to the deni jinn rtf tmtriklnrwl tn tvhnan Dnnnlil U- _i trihutes his succeee. Travellcro among tho ChineEO havo been Btruck with tho authenti. oity of soiun of tho ghost stories, though oc cauicinally they hayo como across inatances in wiiioh tlio bclitf was. father to tbo fact. In ono of 'thefco a guilty conscience earned a man to belicvo ho wag haunted by the ghoat of hi* former partner. Tlio formci'a naroo was Chang and tholatter'a Li, nnd on ono occasion they wero both out on the rivor. Li was leaning over tho edRO o...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ants for Eating. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

Ants for ISatinff, Should a Maine lumberman find a fltump or rotten log with thousands of big black ants in it, he scoops the torpid insects from their winter domioile and fillB his dinner pail with them. When ho gets back to his camp at night ho sotB tho pail in a cool place until his supper is ready, then brings it out and, while helping himself to pork and beans, UIU40WU uiau tu uutu, j.uuru is no ac counting for tastes, and he esteems a hand ful of antB a very choico morsel. Ants nro said by those who havo tasted them to havo a peculiarly agreeablo, Btrongly aoid^ flavor, Tho woodsmen, whose food consists largely of Baited meat, bakod beane and similar hearty viotuale naturally havo a oraving for oomething sour, lt Anto aro tho very best of pioklss,' g&id an old ' logger,' who confoesed to having devoured thousanda of them. u Thoy aro oleanly insects, and there is no reason why they should not bo oaten, if ono can got ovor a little' squeamish nees caused by the thought o...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRANGE PAINTINGS. A Great Indian Battle Scene Depicted on Rocks in New Mexico. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

STRANGE PAINTINGS. ? ? +»».-♦ — - ? - , A Great Indian Battle Scene Depicted I on Rocks in New Mexico.* 'j — +**— V I Thero haa receutly been discovered, near Dona Ano, N. M., on tho banko of tho Rio Grande, a Btono bearing tho record in a teiiea of pictures of an Indian ti^ht between two tribes. Tho pioturcs, whioh aro painted in bright red on tho faco of tho rook, whieh is nearly flat, show them to bo tho work of a moro skilful hand than was common among thn Tnritnna nn,1 l,,-.lrovn r.mn ,, caption ot pcrBpectiva wh/ch is entirely uui.|ue, Tho lasting qualities of tho paint maLufaotured by tho IndiAnn, tho secret of whioh haa never been di&eovered, aro woll known, weather and timo produoing no perceptible -ffoot upon it, but actually seem intf to deipen and intensify it. Tht exaot dato of tha inscription io, of coutee, not to bo arrived at, but from the half-buried condition of tho stone and other marks it is eafo to aupposo that it. 13 at least three hundred yearo old, if...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deadly Laughing-Gas. Numerous Cases Where Insanity E[?] from the use of the Ancesthotic. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

Deadly Lmighihg-Gas , Numerouo Oases Whero Insanity Enauoo from the aso of tho Anrcsthotio. That ceriouB resulto nro of doily oojaronco by the uso of laughing-gaa thoro oan bo no doubt, and it is only throagh tho ignoranoe of tho party affected or tho uao of husn monoy by tho dentist that tho cases aro not more frequently reported. Oho good argument why thin drug ohouldnot bo adminiotered is :, buuu yujraiuiuuu ur uuiguuuu wiu IJUS UU0W it to bo given to themselves or families. Many a person could trace tho injury to their memory baok to tho time when thoy had a tooth cxtraotedby a dentist who need gas, or tho oamo drug under another namo, such as vitalised air, Colton gas, nitrous oxida gas, and others. These gases are jmo and tho same, and have tho eamo dangerous effects. Somo havo a Bmall quantity 'of chloroform mixed with them, making thom ovon moro dangeroua than tho ordinary Tho aoiion of tho goo on tho pationt'o norvoo io in contrast to an clcotrio-magnct on at'eol filings, d...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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The Oldest Man in the World. At the Ago of 180 Years His Eye is as Keen as a Ferrer's. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

The Oldest Man in the World, At the Age of 180 Years His Eye is as Keen ; ' ias a .Ferret'fl. The oldest man in the world, is a citizen of Bogota, in the Republic of San Salvador. This now Methusolnh declareo that ho ia 180 years old, and it would sesra ho flattera himself, for his neighbors givo tho nBauranco that ho is older than he oays he is. Ho ia a half-bred, named Michael Solic, whofls exiatenco waa revealed to Dr. Loui3 Hernandez by ono of tho oldest plantero-in the locality, who as a obild know Solia aa a centenarian, Thoy havo found iu tho year ? J713 hio signaturo among thoso of poreono who con tributed to tho building of a Franciscan con vent whioh exists near San Sebastian, | HiB akin ia like parohmont, hio long hair, of tho whiteness of snow, envelopeo hio head like a turban, ancl hifl look ia oo keen that ! -it mado a disagreeable impression on tho j ;dootor. . Interrogated by tho dootor, ho. answered complacently that his groat ago was duo to hio regular modo cf livi...

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Standing up for the pair. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

aitandlne np for tUe ralr. 'Iwas glorious to eeo tho way Ho alood up {or tho fair ; Ha fought tboir oanso by night and day, - Abroad and ovcrywhcro. la brilliant nor do, in logio bold. Ho ehono oat lilia a otar — Bat yot ho no'or ntood up for thorn Whon riding in a oar.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

PrEsdyteriAK; Moss Vale 11 and 7.30 j^ffiton ForCBt 3. — eSS) B. Berry, M.A. /W^JLEYAN. H Not received. Jr : S8

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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A Grim Jest. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

; A Grim Jest. When tho Emperor Maximilian, whom tho Fronob; English, and Austriano had ; Eub upon tho throno .of Moxico, ad beon deserted by his European allies on . hcoount of tho unfriendlineea of tho United States to hio pnterpriee, ho wao ovorcomo by tho'military forces of the revolted Mexioan ?pcoplo, and!condomned to death for his usur pation. Ho was shot at Quorotaro. Juno 19, 18G7, and with him tho Ttiexioan primo mini Dter, Miramon, who was condemned for trea son to tho republic. Beforo they wero exo« outodv Maximilian and Miramon weroallowod to walk in a garden, attended by guards. Ao thoy woro breathing with roliof tbo fresh' ail outcido their prison, the bell on a noighboring church bogan to toll rather dismally. u Is that our death-knoll?' Maximilian Doked o! Miramon. 41 1 cannot tell you Bire,' said Miramon ; *?] om not acquainted with tho way thoy go aboul it, becauso this is tho first time in my lifo thai I have over boon exeoutod I' Maximilian laughed heartily at h...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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A Demon Exorcised [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

A Demon Exorcised* - ' BY E. A.BOYDEN. ' It was a ffloo that, uiicc coon, waa never to iba forgotten, ? It waa no raro no tho Budda mya ruby, and any attempt to deacribo in dotail tho linoo and ohadca and tho ehangeo 'in expression ol this human lovelincna would bs an futila aa to try to convoy to anotbor tho improeoions, or rattier tho reason for tho Impressions, ol deliRht caused by .tho ooft, in desoribablo beauty ol that wondrously charm ing prcciouo atone. In looking upon tho perfect faco lor tho Ornt timo, one wan Etruck by tho uniqueneuo o! tho boauty outlined thero, and by the gentlo power it possessed to hold ono captivo and op oil-bound. And when ono could summon ouffloiont resolution to quit gazing at tha laeo lor a moment, tho ejea naturally wandered to tho Cgoro that belonged to it. Nor was thero Qny disappointment in continuing thio otady. It was marvellously symmetrical and Graceful. Madolino Raymond was, of courso, con DCious of her rich personal endowments, and oho ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

M. ? 'II i ^ , ,0^ ' bih /svTN//rr^'1/-®i BB na maa m mm ?jfi.i'.r.si ? f- n \( udsl&hjBm nBHr-jSr 'raPir ^f^aal ? - ??« -i- ^ !*«i* i*v «*a \ ^ \wWMms. . . „: ;,r- : i.- . .. w^» r . B^mW : , ?- ;.;-)!*-?* lJt ? r .«,«! vh«*,» .-jaw*, . \ I J 1 i : ??. ? lliii ' 'rl ' -- /»*/ J » «'?-»« ^watf \ / I v-a ?? !--...ii ?. . «Mhbh a-fflBjllL. [.IgM^^niM^^rinTTfwm h '?'i-'-! fcowm* ?l'j-'l',; .?'iin:-nmv.'»i k»irt;mrnia , ? ^ Hf QBF ww HH wimMiiMlH ' ./ ''r ?«-' } , ,J'° ^ ? ?.. .. ?'; . .? ? ; vi-.';,-.,'' f/vr . : i ' -j . ; j ? v )!; i ,.-i 'a*|)§i;;. :l.' ''V'- '? '' !: 'v';' Yy'r'''—' :-A^;j .4? ,'-u» ?? ? . ? ? — ? ' * ? . ; ? .i\ '. - i ;i; - i ? :, -;. v iv. jj. ? 'i'i y ' : i: i y /; , '-. .-, ,?'' '/'i;Y ' r'— h'? - j-' n --?; f rrX -f; 'iil :' v ; . Yv-'£v'f ';7$*y ' ' '? ? ? ? : .- ,? ? . - ? :? ; ? - ,?.- . ? '?. - I ' ? ' v. ? -??:?,:! I : P. ' - ? ? '????? '? '? M-. -. -'? ?-:?/.' J- i 1. . .{ v.' vYn'V: i ' '?} Y Y'. '? ?!/ r /' *''? .'' 7/' ]!?' ' ife' VKCiiii -Yl...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

NOTICE. , A S our present manufacturing plant is ' Tx. inadequate to turn out sufficient oor- . . dials, syrups and flavoring essences for the ' . increasing demand, we respectfully request . . .'our customers to kindly overlook any little delay in the execution of their orders on the assurance that they are receiving our best attention. THE UNIVERSAL DRUG CO. T. GL Kennjwell, Manager* 26 Hunter-street, Sydney, , .CONQUEROR ???'o ^ ^ ^ FLAJ FLO 0 ' THlct'fWsf DfXSOiS use many Ibomsmore ?American leaf than all the rest of N.S.Wales put-together. . jsKiSREMPSpnBa'asfr ib-st sPOfiKP.i EJECi SEACOM'S DREGS nATEHIflfLS O Doolloa Tonduroo. 421n. Chevron Beiges, in pretty mixtures, 2/2. 44in. French Croise, in self colours, 2/3. 44in, Drap Homburg, for useful dresses, 3/ Xweedo in all weights and new designs,, from 2/9 to 8/6 per yard. French CaBhmorcs, Wool Bcngalinco, French Serges, etc., etc. Printed Dolaineo in magnificent variety. Wool Cnipono (tho fabric of tho season), in Stripe3, C...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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SHELWOOD! CHAPTER XXVI. A FULL CONFESSION (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

SHELWOOffl! ' (By E. J. COOLING.] CHAPTER XXVI. A FnLi, CourEoaioN (co:;xi;;ui:d.) Aftor a pnuco Edward Lauronco continued : In a littlo whilo lio enrao bacl: again and talked up to your room without ccoin;; inc. It waa woll for mo I lind como out when I did, for, oa coon na ho entered, I lietird tlio key turned in the loci:, nnd lmd I been in thoro I should havo found myself a prisoner. As it wn3 I ntayed behind tho door for, I think, nearly an limir. T wnq nn 'if rni rl of boiog seen if I went out before, but at lntt I aummoncdup courage, and, opening tho door, stole out. 1 went oil' at onco to tho station, just caught tho train and wes soon in Clare ynont. I did not know, of courcc, if Undo hud taken tho numbers of tho note3 but I had to chnnco that. I qot thom changed in Claremont, paid a few debta there, and reserved tho rest for Shelwaod, where I squared up accounts with my creditors a fow days after when wo camo down, and then once moro olearcd out. I did not know, \ 'whothor...

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Cooking Recipes. BUTTERMILK BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

Voo/cinff Recipes, ... BUTTERMILK BREAD, Two quarts of flour, in eaoh quart o! whioh is mixed and eifted two teaspoons of cream tartar ^d two teaspoons of soda, with ono teaspoon of salt. Add one spoonful of sour oream, and mix with buttermilk stiff enough to handle. Knead and divide into three loaves. Let them rise about an hour and a half in a warm place or at the back of the rango, and bake in a Bteady oven. LESION TIE, Mako a flanky cruBt, lino a deep pie pan and bake. Have ready the filling, made by taking the jaice of one lemon and yellow rind grated, two-thirds'of a cup of sugar, one egg well beaten, ond ono tableapoonful of oorn Btarch ; stir all into one-half pint of boil ing water, and boil from three to fivo minutes ; pour into the crust, and sot into tho oven a few minutes. MIOWN HTEAMED TCDDIKG, One quart flour, ono coffee oup of raisins, one teacupful ohopped suet, one teacup half full of molasses and filled with brown'Bugar, one teaspoon soda, two oups of sweet milk, ...

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'Ladies' Column. Manly Aspirations. MRS. G. W. W. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

'JLatrtee' Column. Manlj/ Aspirations, \ ttna. o. w, w. SometirncB wo want to be a maa I .Not that wo imegine we should be any better appreciated in broadoloth than in pettiooats. Thank Providence, tho day of ' maeculinc auprewaoy has gono by, and a very tiny woman lias & bottor chanco of makiDg ?hpf Wftv thrnnnh #Vtn mnrM'a flMwd than ft brawny giant of n man. But, novortholcsp, onco in a \?hilo, wc would givo our bcBt bon net (and, pray, what oan a female flay moro/) for the privilege of a pair ot trouecro and n moast&cbc j When wo eeo a woman trailing two yardo of silk or barege over a muddy pavement, we would liko to put down a eolid boot-heel on ita fathcrmoat extremity, just for tho pleasure of hoaxing it rip-p-p, and cooing tho expression of hor countenance when Bho turned round to receive our nonokalant, ?? Beg * your pardon, ma'am 1' Wonder whether eho wouldn't go homo and cut her eelf off to n roaaonablo longth? That would be juat what he did tho miecbief f...

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Novelist. The Rajah's Yengeance. A STORY OF INDIA. By FREDERICK M. DEY. CHAPTER 1. A STRANGE EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

-taopelfst. I The Rajah's Vengeance. ' ' ? A STORY OF INDIA ? 1 ? 1 'OQO— - ? I Bv FREDERICK M. DEV. T ' : .CIUPTKn I. I A BTIUnoj: i:xi'i;r.ir.:ccn. ! It was just ten o'clock on tho night of Novem SO, 187— , when I arrive;! nt tho front door ol . She old Cogswell mansion — a night when iho mopt Nardy and venturesome would only njrponr out o! .loora on errands of tlio utmost nrcoeiity. Tho Trfndwas blowing ft tjnlo, l.-ubn with iunt.itrnimal (ATticlcs of razor-edged rlcet, which often dri!i7 blood on my faco rvs I toilod through tho darkness ?gaUist tho ficrco nnd violent tempest. ? Iwas moro than glad when I clored tbo groat oaten door behind mo, and for thn first timo rinco I had been ita inhabitant, tho old Orwell man lion seemed cbecrful : for bof--ro going out that fiTCnlng I had built a fire of hugo logs in tho man. live fireplaco of tho great hall, placing tho ocrccn fdrclully beforo it for n nf cty , and ni I shut out tho lOftring, hurtling, venomous wind upon regaining tho ...

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Cable's Siding. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892

Cable's Siding. 'From Our Correspondent.) Primitive Methodist AjnsnvEusAn.sr.-Oti Saturday afternoon a tea-meeting was held to commemorate the opening of the new Primi tive Methodist church, tho proceeds being intended to defray the debt on the building. Owing to the inclemency of the weather onlj . a few visitors attended, but nearly all the residents put in an appearance and seemed to thoroughly enjoy tho really excellent lea provided by Mesdames Harris, Gibson, Reeve, J. Dyer, Hammond, W. Dyer, and Jenkins. The church was tastefully decorated by Miss Hewison and Miss M. Dyer, tho flowers and fern3 adding much to the ,£? appearance of the tible. After the tea soma excellent -speeches were given by the Reverend 'E'oggon and Mr. Kennedy, of Bowral. Miss Hewison and several other lady arid gentlemen amateurs also sang some beautiful' hymns, the accompaniments being played by Miss Hewison. who very kindly lent her piano for the occasion. As a much larger assembly wi3 expected another ...

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