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Odd Names Mated. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
®4M Uisimes Mated. The following couplcs aro reported io have boon proclaimed in matrimony last year ia England : — Thomas Black and Mary_ White, Peter Day and Ellen Knight. ? Solomon Bank and Catherine Vale, t' James Hill and Susan Dale, Isaac Slater and Julia Thatcher, John Baker and Mary Butcher, ? Stephen Head and Nancy Heart, William Stately and' Jessie Smart, Joseph Reed and Julia Hay, Thomas Spring and Mary May, Joseph Brown and Kittio Green, John Robbins and.Jonnio Wren, ' ? William Castlo and'^Tanoy Hall, Peter Chatter andTinny Call, Tjseph Mann and r,' :?iChild, ' James Merry and Wild, Thomaa Bruin and Maty Bear, James Fox and Catherine Haro, Andrew Clay and Lucy Stone, Michael Blood and Lizzie Bone, John Cloak and Julia Hood, Edward Colo and Nancy Wood, James Broom and Helen Birch, Charles Chapel and Susan Church.
Selected Poetry. "ONLY JOHN." [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
- Selected Poetry. ~ 'ONLY JOHN.' 8afc by the window, Blanche and 1, One short Decembor day : Within 'twas snug and bright and warm : Without 't waa chill and grey. . A young map passed, glanced up at Blanche, I asked, as wo old woman will, 41 What handcomo man is that?' Blanche eaid, M Oh, that ia only John— , . . John Stion, from o'er tho hill : : '' IIo daily paosca going to And from his father's mill 1' One day abovo the parlor door She placcd a 11 wiahiug-bone.' Tho ono who entered 'neath it first - As swcothcart ohc must own. ** Was it somo Prince V' I aaked that night, When ono had come and gono. Sheansworcd, laughing, but half-vexed : 'No : it waa only John.' Ho camo co frequently that soon I knew ho camo to woo ; I felt an intercut in tho case, As wo old women do. I wished to seo him win : I saw Ho was a noblo man ; I sang hio praiao in Blanche's cars, x As we old women can. Bat not a blush, by prsiao of him. Was to her fair chcok drawn. She'd yawning say, w He's very nice,...
HE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
.HE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY S PRICE LIST. Sydney, Nov. 16th, £ s. d. ? £ s. d Butter (factory), per lb ... 0 0 9 to 0 0 10 Do. 1st quality (dairy) ... 0 0 7 0 0 9 Do. 2nd ,, . „ ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bacon, hand cured ... 0 0 6J 0 0 7 Do. machine cured ... 0 0 6} 0 0 C Hams, hand cured ... 0 0 7 0 0 9 Do. machine cured ... 0 0 6 0 0 6 Cheese, 1st quality. ... 0 0 4J 0 0 CJ Do. 2nd and inferior - ... 0 0 4 0 o 4 Honey per 111 ? 00 0, 0 0 3 Pigs, each ? ... 0 10 0* 1 17 6 Calves ? ... 0 4 6 V 0 0 Hides per lb. ... 0 0 1 0 0 1J Calf skins, each ? 0 0 6 0 1 9 Flour ... ... ... 11 6 0 11 15 0 Do. 2nd ... ... . ... 0 0 0 11 5 0 Maize, per bush ? 0. 3 10 0 4 0 Wheat (chick) ... ...; 0 :3 3 0 0 0 Barley (Eng.), per bush. ... 0 0 0 0 ,0 0 i Tin fflnnn* 0 0 0 A 3 1« Bran ? ... 0 0 0 : 0 0 11J Oats (seed) ... ? 0 3 2 0 3 3 Do. (feed) ? ... 0 0 0 0 2 ? 9 Onions, per ton — ... ... 0.0:0 8 0 0. Hay, oaten... ... r .;. 0 0 0 6 5 0 Do. lucerne ... ... 3 10 : 0 4 10 0 Potatoes ... ... ......
CRICKET FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
CRICKET FIXTURES. Secretaries of district cricket clubn aro invited to send in thoir fixtures under this heading. No chargo is mado for such insertion, ? ? Bobehtsos. ? Against | Wicket ( xiato. Kiama ~ I Robortson rl Nov. 19 Kiama | Kiama | Deo. 17 SUTTON FOREST BUTCHERING CO. v. PITT, SON & BADGERY. A match was played on tho show-ground botween the abovo teams on tho Oth instant, the Sydney team being caaily defeated. In thoir second inninora tho Svrlnnvif.nci mnrlnl93 fnr thn Inss nf X wickets, whon they closed thoir innings, leaving tho local team nearly a century to mako in an hour and a half, which wa3 easily accomplished. Tho secrotary informs us that owing to tho scoring book going astray wo were unablo to givo tho scores earlier. Subjoined aro tho scores : — S.F.B. Co. — First Innings, J. Arnott, b P. Johnson ? 0 J. Flcoton, b P. Johnson ? 10 W. Wallaco, b H. Johnson ? 31 N. Bell, b Ormiston ? 1 R. Roberts, b H. Johnson ? 1 G. Flcoton, b H. Johnson _ ... 0 Renwiek, ...
A Disconsolate Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
A. Disconsolate Editor. A disconsolate editor thus bemoans his , : departed spouse : ' Thus my wife died. No ' more will thoao loving bands pull ofi my ' boots and part my back hair as only a true .wife ban. No moro will those willing feet ' 'replenish coal hod or wator pail. No more ? ' will oho arise amid tho tempestuous storms . .of winte? end hio a way to the fire without disturbing tho man who, doted on her co artlessly. Her momory is embalmed in my ?Uoork nf hnartn. I wanted to embalm hor body, but found I could embalm her momory cheaper. I proourod of Eli Mudgot, c. neighbour of mine, a very pretty gravostono. His wife woo consumptive and ho kept it on hand several years in anticipation of hor death, but oho rnlliod last spring and his hopes wero blasted. I had the following ? epUaph ODRravod upon her tombstone 'To tlio memory of Tobitha, wifo of Moses Skinner, Esq., gentlemanly editor of tho Trombone. Terms, 3 dollars a year, in variably in' advenes. A kind mothor and exempl...
Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
IBnndssnoon. The weather is delightful at present, nice warm days and cold nights. The Sydney people are taking advantage of this, for; great numbers of visitors are arriving doily for the various boarding houses. The gullies are looking splendid with the hnautlflll fflrno on/} Triml-r^n ? ? — — v«u.Mvt0 «,io uttuy oeea wending their yay thither, with baskets, eto., to have a little picnic. Then tho oporta man can try and seoure the birds ond animals whioh_ abound in all their glory, ouoh aa lyre birds, wild pigeons, duolso, kangaroos, wombatg, etc. . The Bundanoon O.O. intend pliying the return match' with tho Sundowners on Sat urday nest, when tie local team anticipate an easy victory again, I hear that Mr. Joseph Morris, telegraph ' operator at the Bundanoon Bailway Station has been granted two montho holiday. It in to be hoped that if ho goes to Chicago ho will come back with increased health and ' energy to stir up our littlo town. The usual weekly meeting o£ the Mutual Improve...
SMALL DEBTS CASE. George Denny v. W. J. Norman. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
SMALL DEBTS CASE. George Denny v. W. J. Norman. - This was a case under tho Masters and Servants ? . . r Act. Mr. C. C. Gale appeared for plaintiff, who claimed 15s for wages due. ; j He was engaged on October 25 last, to work at - Norman's slaughter yard at 10s per week. He left -- j on Nov. 4, having told defendant that the work was injurious to his health. He received no wages. Asked for payment twice and defendant refused. VJnil VlPAJl W.lit.inrr fnr Mon fn nnma owing to last Wednesday being a holiday. By defendant: Ho was not asked to finish tha week out in lieu of notice. Defendant had not caught plaiutiff in bed at nine o'clock one morninjr. ' Defendant, Bworn, stated that plaintiff came to him for somothing to cat, but ho (defendant) gave him employment at his slaughter yard. He had '? ? ' detained his wages in lieu of notice. That was his rule. ; Defendant, cross-examined by Mr. Gale, swore that plaintift appealed for something to eat, and ' 5 admitted that ho might have ha...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
To Overcome Weakness.— Pepper's Quinine and Iron Tonic gives now lifo, appctito, health, nttenath, energy. Cures neuralgia, indigestion, nerve debility. Specially useful in hot, depression climates or malarious districts. Evoryono should keep up strength by taking Fepper'o Quinine, tho ttorld-knovm Englioh toni;^ Bottlen ovprywhero. I, Attyt. //' To Coke Skin DpEASEa.—Sulpholiuo Lotion qtliokly drives away /ruptiono, pimples, blotches, . jtineos, eczema,, nc-o, disfigurements, roughness ? and nourf, Ceo., fc/'ing a clcar spotless slsin and beautiful comploxV 'p. Sulpholino is a neeb's ity for the skin, especially in hot climates,'1 Mado in jjoaflon, Sold everywhere,— Aevt, / I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
.A tilv ©E'tf ii sennneimtts'. TO ADVERTISERS. — Ordora for Advertise ments in tho Scrutineer should, ia nil instances, liavo tho Number of Insertions for which they aro intended plainly written on the face of the copy, otherwise they will bo continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. In dividual members, ordering on behalf of tiny Society or Club, aro themselves held responsible for payment. BHOP TO LET, adjoining Scntliiiccr Office Apply office of this papor. TO LET in MOSS VALE tho Building lecontly occupicd by the Government as a Post-ofBco. Apply for particu ars to Mr. I. S. PONDER, E.S, & A.C. Bank, ' Moss Vale. For Sale Cheap. A A A Eley'b Cartridges, 1G bore, Central Fire. 4uv Scrutineer Offico, Moss Valo, Public Notice, THE Public of Moss Valo and surrounding District, aro invited to inspect a consignment of Magnificently Polished Shells, vory suitable for all kinds of presents. Centre of Strand Arcade, Sydiloy, AND AT Smart's MuBeuin, Manly. Wm. SMART,...
General News Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
(General News Items. The United States Senate will be composed of 44 Democrats, 40 Republicans, and four senators representing tho Farmers' Alliauce. Mr. James O'Connor, M.P.-, advises the Irish tenants, if not reinstated as the outcome of the present commission, to reinstate themselves, leav ing Mr. John Morcly, as chief Secretary for Ireland, to re-evict them. In order to test its.right to restrict immigration, the United States Government has ordered all 4IIUUlt£lUUl/ -C33UIB IIUIH 12/UlUpU CU UUUCl'^U quarantine for a period of 21 days. The Chin Lusnai rising in Upper Burmah has been virtually suppressed. The villages of the hostile tribes are being demolished by the British troops, and many of the rebels have been killed, A warning has been issued to the public by tho Sailors and Firemen's Union of England against travelling iu vessels manned by Oriental seamen. The recent disasters aro instanced as rcsult3 of vessels being worked by incompetent crews. A large meeting ot the Lo...
BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
B II H VI A. A Court r.f Revision will bo held at tho Court 1 Houso. Moss Vale, on December 14th next, for 1 corrccting and allowing tho jury list for tho Bcrrimn : District. The annual meeting of the justices of the peaco in : and for tho district of Berrima will be held at tho Moss Vale courthouse on Tuesday, November 23, at 11 a.m.. for the purpose of considcrinrr annlicationa for auctioneers1 licenses. The annual meeting of magistrates for the same purposo will also bo held nt tho courthouse, Bowral, on November 22. Suppliers to tho Emu Butter Factory were paid 3.}d per gallon for last month's milk. The suppliers to the West Kangaloon Butter Factory were paid 3$d per gallon for October's milk. Mr. D. Clifford auctioneer, reports he has re-sold allotments 1 and 2 corner of Argylo and Yarrawa Roads, Moss Vale, (part of tho La\vn Tennis Grounds). The purchaser is Mr. T. Brownlow who purposes erecting extensive coach-building premises thereon. During past week he has also let severa...
SECTION A.—CUT FLOWERS. Open to all. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
Section A.-CUT FLOWERS. Open to all. Cls. Collection of Roses, not lcs9 12 distinct varieties —No entry Colleetion of 12 Roses, distinct varieties — Davis, 1 Collection of 6 Roses, distinct varieties — Davis, 1 Collection of 6 Pansies distinot varieties — Yates, 1 Collection of Carnations, not less than 3 varieties — No entry Collectien of Verbenas, not loss than 3 varieties — No entry Collection of Stocks, not less than 3 varieties — No entry Do Miscellaneous Flowers— No entry Table Bouquet — No entry Hand do — No entry Six Button-holo Bouquets— No entry Three Ladies' Dress Sprays — No entry Floral Design — Pearce Bros., 1 Section B.— CUT FLOWERS. Amateurs only. . : , Collection of Roses, not less 12 distinct varieties; — Mrs. Ponder 1, Mr. H. Throsby 2, Mrs. T. Lackey highly commended ; 4 other exhibits. Collection of 12 Roses, distinct varietiep. — Mrs. Gavin George 1, Mrs. A. B. Young 2 ; thirteen other exhibits Collection of 6 Roses, distinct varieties — Mrs. Ponder 1, Mrs. Geo...
The Flower Show. AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
Tlie Mower Show. AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS. The originators and workers in the Flower Show which crime ofi at Mobs Vale in the Centennial Hall on Wednesday last can bo congratulated upon the successful accom plishment thereof. It proved throughout a brilliant, creditable and altrgether successful ohow. At ono timo, during midday, it seemed as if old god Thor had mistaken his day, but his dark face departed without speaking. Jupitor Pluvius was also con descending and took his picnic elsewhere. The hour set down for tho formal opening of the show was three o'olock, and pre viously the Moss Vale Band played some stirring music in good timo and fine intru mentation. Ia the absenco of the Mayoress (Mrs. A. B. 'Younu) through indisposition, Mrs. N. H. Throsby performed the opening ceremony. Owing to want of space the full report of the shoiv will appear in our next issue. Wo understand the takings are roughly about £30. Appended are the PRIZE AWARDS.
Moss Vale Police Court. Wednesday, NOVEMBER 16. Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M. and G. Tate, and D. Clifford, Js.P. AN EXTRAORDINARY DOG CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
Moss Vale fi'olico Court. Wednesday, November 16. Beforo Messrs. F. R. Wilshiro, P.M. and G. Tate» ? and D. Clifford, Js.P. AN EXTRAORDINARY DOG CASE. John Bradstock, watchmaker, or filittngonfl, recently living at Moss Vale, was summoned for keeping an unregistered dog on hio premises at Moss Valo 011 Nov, 5. Constable Carpenter gave evidence as to warning both defendant's son and wife to register the dog. On the 5th instant he also apoko to defendant him self, who told him that tho dog belonged to Mr. Norman, butchcr. Ho asked Norman if he owned cnetiog uug 110 uciucu i\-, xu« uuu uuw ward and forward at Bradotock s for 10 or 12 months. On the Monday the Bradstocko removed to Mittagong, ho mot Bradstock, who said ^to him, 'What about the dog now?' He replied 'Yon know all aboat the dog Mr, Bradstock, Bradstock oaid 11 No I don't.' He oaid 11 1^ saw your con leading tho dog c.vay this morning.' Then Bradstock took out some money and asked him to take threo shillings and register th...
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 November 1892
liOcai ILaM EBoaril. Tho following cases aro sot down for hearing at a meeting of tho local land board, at tho Courthouso Moss Vale, on Monday, 28th November :— Arthur James Brierley, c.p, 92.22, 40 acrcs Wingello. ' Sainuol Patton, c.p. 02.44, 50 acres, Meryla. Edward Cartor, ro c.p. 01.19, 152 acres, Nundi alla, to vary class fence aud to enclose a road. John Follont, ro c.p. S9.9, SO acres, Bumballa to vary class of fonoo. 1 James Caldwoll Lansdown, ro c.l. 19428 1055 acres, Bumballa, to substitute improvements for fencing. George William Layton, ro o.p. 91.7, 53 acres, Bundanoon, to substitute improvements for fencing, '? . i
Exciting Scene at Niagara Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892
Esdiing Scene at Niagara Falls. Oao of tho most exciting accidents ever recorded in tho annals of Niagara Falls is said to havo taken place a fow weoks ago. An oxoursion party from Toronto, consisting of Mrs. Grimaoon, hor two daughters, tho Rev. John Ramoay, of Ballymonoy, Ireland, and two othor gontlomon, waB orossing tho now suspension bridgo just below tho falls, vilinn TV?rn Ornmnnnn alirvnnrl «««« ♦!»/% vyui tuu uUjjU of tho bridgo. Nothing bhort of a miracle, hor dumbfoundod companions thought could havo tavod hor from boing precipitated into the Boothing whirlpool bolow. Yot, strange, to rolato, lies foot woro caught between tho lower girdor and tho gaBpipo whioh crossoB tho bridgo, and thoro she hunij, IGOft. from tho projecting rocko laBhod by tho furious wntors Tho Rov. Mr. Ramsav, comprohoud ing tho situation at a glanco, sprang ovor tho railiug and descended hand ovor band on iho cables to tho placo whoro tho lady was hanging. Locking his logs firmly round tho girder, h...
A Penny Postage. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892
A Penny Postage, Speaking upon tho advantages of a penny postage for New South Wales, the Evening JS'eics says : — When such places as Kelly's Plains, Burnt Yards, Stockinbingal, Jiggi, Alidgoo Grass, Budgoo Budgeo,~Home Rule, Jasper's Brush, Kangaroo Valley, and Ebonezor, aro spocially considered and givon cheap communication with tho chief tnron nf tlioir 5t r™,,!/) much of a str9toh of generosity to make tho concession general. Choap town post ago largely beuofits uon producers, whereas oheaponod country postago would lift what is now oftou a harassing tax from tho pro ducers, who are tho real backbone of the country. In the interest of tho producers, too, tho proposal hinted at by one member duiing last night's debate, to placo a small postago on nowspnpers, must be protested against. Tho ruling powers should vory carefully guard against im posing any additional burdon on' that saction o£ workers whose lot is tho most tedioua, and of tho nature of a burden certainly would bo an ...
A New Method of Washing Clothes. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892
4 Kew Sucllsmlloli' WitsMitg €lotkes. The ill offoots of soda on linen have given riso to a now method of washing, which has beon extensively adopted in Germany and introduced into Boljjium. Tho operation consists in dissolving 21b. of soap in about three gallons of water as hot as the hand can bear, and adding to this ono table-spoonful of turpontino and three of liquid ammonia. Tho mixture must thon bo well Btirred and tho linon 6teopod in it for two or three houra, taking caro to cover up tho vessel containing thom as nearly hermetically as possible. Tho clothes aro aftoi wards washed out and rinsed in tho usual way. Tho soap and wator can bo ro-hoated and used a second timo, but in that case half a teaspoonful of turpontino and atablospoonful of ammonia must bo added. Tho process is said to cause a great economy of timo, labour, and fuol. Tho linon scarcoly suffers at all, as there io littlo necessity for ruboingand its cleanliness and colour aro porfoct. The ammonia and turpont...
How to "Rejuvenate" Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892
Ii3ow £o ' nScjwvenp.te' Morses. ' Rnpior,' a smart contributor to the Illustrated Sporting anil Dramatic News, re oaivod recently tho following lottor from a ' friond : — 'Travelling a fow davs ago in a third olaos c-moking carriago on a suburban lino, I ovorheard two dooidodly horsoylook ing mon discussing tho forthcoming Barnot Fair, and tho following fragment of con versation wa3 corcainly a startler : — ' 8'olp mo, Vs a3 'andsomo as paint, and as broad across tho back as a holophant, in a manner of spoaking. Won tho old gout as owned him dioil, I wont to tho coachman and sea I ' 'Ow old io ho novr, straight ' Woll,' se3 'o, ' I know 'oo'a turned seven and-twonty, but 1 aiu'c sure to a year or two !' ' la 'o sound ?' aes I. ' Sound as a boll,' sos 'o. Woll, I buys him at the hauction, aud you bloevo mo our keep is that good ho'vo actially gono back in 'is ago, and '03 goin' to Barnot as a six-year-old ! and he'll iotoh a goodish pnoo, too, for 'ee's a pictor to look ot and no or...