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MINISTERING CHILDREN'S LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
. -'Fa*. - ?? ? r * MINISTERING CHILDREN'S LEAGUE . ? [ Mr. F. Booko, an inmnto of tlio old mon'o naylum at Parramatto, ia fltayin[- for sis wooks at Mro. J1.. Cimnin[jliarn, nc;lr tlio FitJiroy Falls, under tho aucpiqrTD of tho Ministering Children'? Loagu6, \1t. Booko is a groat eufforor from angina pectoris. ^ Memboro aud anaociaf.oa nro kindly rcquoatod to viait him. Ho writG3 tho following lottor or gratotul thanko Yarrnnga, lltli January, 1892. Rev. and Dear Sir,— It was, I assure you, a great pleasure to me to meet at Mrs. F. Cunningham's, Yarrunga, on tho 6th instant, sotno of the children of tho Ministering Children a League, thxco of whom wero under tho charge of Mr. and Mrs. P. Cunnin0ham, and four under that of Mrs. P. Harris, respectively both of larrungn. I further assure you that it was most gratifying to witness the happy, healthy condition of the children above named, and the manner in which tlicy enjoyed themselves, I was twice in their company, and wished that I h...
BOWRAL VOLUNTEER COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
BOWRAL VOLUNTEER COMPANY, j Tho following is tho order of the parades for tho Bowral H. Company V.l. January 30, 3 p.m., drill order) skeleton battalion drill. February 20, 3 p.m., drill* order] company March 5,^ 3 p.m., drill order; bayonet excerciso and guard duties. March 19, 10 a.m., drill order, with great coats, water-bottles, haversacks with dinners; field firing j whole day parade. Tho whole of the parades will take pl/»co at Bowral. r A well-attended, parado was held'on Saturday last, bayonet cxccrcise and skirmishiug being the order of the day.
SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
SALVATION ARMY. I A tea in connection with tho auniveraary of tho Salvation Army in Mobs Vale was held on Wednesday evening, followed by their usual meeting, after which was a coffeo supper. Tho occasion was regarded as a fair ono for rejoicing, and somo officers living 1 outsido the district wore invited to camo and tako part in tho fostival- Altogether about sovonty persons woro'prcsont, and tho visi tors included Cap:ain Delarue from Robert son, Captain Ferguson, Mittaf/ong ? Capt. Robinson and Lieut. Baldwin, Bowral; and Capt. Hammond, Staff-A.D.C , of Goulburn. Tho local officers present wero Capt. Marsh and Lieut. Watkins. Baud and ' soldiers' were iu attendance.
RABBIT EXTERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
RABBIT EXTERMINATION. f M. J. C. Hervey, manager of Buekwaroon and Amphitheatre, his tried various experiments for the . extermination of the rabbit, an. I has succeeded ? beyond all doubt in discovering a simple and most ! effectual means for their wholesale destruction. Tlio experiment has now been tried and ban been attended with the very best results. The means i adopted aro as follows, and aro now published that i others whose properties have been devastated by the swarms of rabbits infesting them may profit by tlio result already tested. The mixture used con sists of one drachm of strychnine dissolved in a little vinegar, two gallons of water, quarter of a pound of BUgar, and four pound of flour. This mixed well together may be put in a small cask open at the top. Into this may be dipped green branches of the Emu hush, or any of tho edible scrub which sheep feed on in the back country. Then strew on the ground in the neighbourhood of the haunts or hurro.vs of the rabbits or of...
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
SUMMARY. I is Ijcliovod Unit all llui New South AViiIns Xrvnsnry bills now being offered oil tlio London market, will bo readily sold. , ? ? : A tei I'ibln tragedy liastaken plnco.iis Hunt^.; ? ' ley, near Bi'iuligo, Victoria. A boy named I Qeorgo Cook, iiged 7, was lenving for school, wlion Ills nietlier suddenly stiixud an axoand . Jphvs Riuuslied Ins head with it. JL hi boy died j shortly aftprwards. and tlio mother was nr rested. Slie is is over 50 years of age, mid the only n:inark she innde was that the boy j / v ' - ? had Iwen studying too hard, and required Nf ,.est. ?' . ? '£Tv:.,-v A conference Iietween tlu; committee.', of i': ' - tlio associated and nou-nssociuted colliery, j, j:'-;'..:/ owners was held on Tuesday, and a sitis. f-Z-jZ'i ' factory understanding was arrived at be: ween CV'V„. tliem, so that in any action the men may : take, lliey will practically liavo (o meet tlio * 'ifi; owners as one combined body. At Wow- ^ d.astle tho announcement that 11011 associate...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
?R. Si. iMIHi, AtTCTIOKTEER, WILDS MEADOW AND ROBERTSON, ABE Prepared to conduct Salco in any part of the District. johsn -u. sawneim & Co., ? Auctioneers and Property Agents, Valuators, &c., THE HART, BOWRAL 3D. CLIFFORD, Auctioneer, Houoe, land, & Estate ^gent SALES Conducted throughout tin District. Agent for I'ire, Life and Stuck lisurance Companies. ArgyBc Stfirccit-. Sl-n-ss Vale. ALFRED L. SMITH. (Late HENRY L. SMITE,) COMMISSION A 9 E N 2, and GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, COMMERCIAL STORES, 1 18 and Sussex-street, Sydney. FOLEY MOTHERS, COMMISSION AGENTS and PRODUCE HKRCHAWTS, 113 and 112 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY. ALL Consignments received under Personal Super vision ami Kcady Sale at Highest Market Price Onarantced. Account Sales rendered promptly, aiul special attention given to tlio return of empty pa jkages, A Trial Respectfully Solicited pojdbmc ktotiicib. II. TAYLOR & SON HAVE opened a BRANCH OFFICE ill im®nBE!iETrs®sJ, As AUCTION15HRS, COMMIS...
NOTES BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
NOTES BY THE WAY. _ Moss Yale liaa quite u bright nnd spark ling appearance this week owing to the presence of the Southern Riflo Association. The visitors seem to be thoroughly enjoying Iheir littlo spell in this part of tho world, and the fine weather is graciously helping the time along. 'What comes of all tho growlingindulgedin amonthor two ago about the lack of accommodation in Moss Yale ? We have heard absolutely nothing of it from the men themselves. Tho fact is that the accommodation proves quite ample when v put to the test. Tho Royal Hotel has ' put lip ' a large contingent, and there is not a ! house in the town but what has got a body guard. of at least two or three. At different ; seasons burglars have exploited the peaceful 't regionB of Moss Ynle. Thero is no fear of y their coming just now, when the muzzle of a Martini could be pointed at nearly every bedroom door. V V The visitoi'3 are complaining of ono tiling, V however. They say tho targets are vory hard '- to hi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
v V ; ' Special Advert BoesmeMita. ? I '? nOlMiiiiT*'! MOSS V AlLE, I Upholsterer, French Polisher, Piotaro Itancr- -T;c, A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bcd&tond3 nnd Bedding, Carpet:?, flatting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c., always on hand. Spring Roller and Venetian Blinds, inado and fitted or repaired. COMMERCIAt BANKING ; company. ocp CT.Z':~iz::7:7-\':'n Hoad Ofiloo! Gr.owir. Stiuxt, Sydney. ? ? o ? CAPITAL ? .'GOO, 000 RESERVE PUITD ? /-G60,000 Bkserve for Equalisation or Dividbsm ? £160,000 Money rccoivoil nt Intoroat avid nil other usual Banking Business transacted. E. I5VKRARD ROW, Manager, ? HOSG VALE MIAIICIL W, \nLING & CO., Established 1853. Incorporated 1693. N Agents for PIANOS by Steimvny and Sons. \Jilius Feurlch, Uobol nnd Leclileitcr, Carl ? 'Js^f ?Eoko, Tho Victor, Tho tiullinfj ; nml for tho world-renowned 1CSTEY ORGANS ? ':'?'&:$$? ttnd Boosoy'n Brass Baud Instruments. ?4'' I Vntvenml ProvMersof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, Jf* ? MUSIC, and MUS...
GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
Genbbai. Meexino. Cn Saturday evening last n general meet ing of the rifle company was hold at Kuhn'o Hotel, when only n fow members wero present, the rain, no doubt, provontinjj ' 'many from attending. Captain AUon \ oocupiod tho chah^KVid tho following woro \ present : — MoBora. y, Hayter, Tindalo, \ Montgomery, Hothoriugton, Bresnalian, A Kuhn, Lawk'/N'hqn. coo.) ?- ' A, circular memo, war] read from Captain Bouvorio wiljx rc'Jcr'inc'j to mnttorc portuin ; ' . ing to rifle reoervj) c'-il:Janio3. The chairman (lieli oallod on tho cocretary \ to read the balanto-ohoot of tho company for \he past year whioh is as folIowB ; — x Balanxb-Siiekt ron 1891. V*- Keckipts. X ^ £ s a -sli Balance ill -Bank ..- 0 19 2 Vtat!on',NjilloH'c npe from Wsaj} ... ... 40 0 0 *oeb r J.J5jfUl £1 1b., Wrfhipploy 10s. 2 1 1 0 - f?r Stfr ... 15 13 0 ???nffiej^rEo yflss . 13 q 0 uponey froui Myi - ... . I.:f4 '4 0 'itiUfi fees ^ 7 18 o. \ j' :7 £84 12 8 t ? ?f . . X' - : V\.v I KxrENDU'l'llF, 1 1801; . ! £ ...
THE TURF. BONG BONG PICNIC RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
? THE TURF.;'. ;;i:. Bono Bono Picnic Races ' ' The sixth annual mooting of tho Bong Bong ; Fionio Kaco Club opened yesterday on tho Winge- 1 carribeo grounds, and will bo continued 'Co-day. ' Tho'ro was a largo attendanoo and tho ;weather waa . ;i fino, though particularly sultry. . ' jj First Bay : ' ;i tmai. stakes.— li miles. Dr. Bareofi's Watchlight, list ? 1 !; Mr. A. G. Lamb's Mango, list ? 2 R. C. Allen's Lady Helen, 9at 131b , .; , 3 -, ; Time, 2m. 171sccs. . -i ' ; J; Mango led all tho way, followed closely, by i Frithiof, \Vatchlight, Lidy Helen and: Recluse, , ; ' which position was kept until coining into tho . , homo turn when Watchlight drew through his horses and won by half a length. ' j iiack. hack. — 1 mile. . 1 Mr. L. A. Lamb's Iago, lOst ... ..; ... 1 i C. C. Stephen's Pro-Consul, lOst ... ... + G. M. Lone Innes' Mi-Mi, 10st : ? ?! t Dead heat. ? Time, lm. 54sccs. ? .) The raca was won from start to finish by Iago. .5 boxq bong ccp.— 1J miles: : ^ U.tv 1 | Mr. J...
BURRAWANG RIFLE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
? BURRAWANG RIFLE COMPANY. Saturday last wkb tho day fixed for the riflo match botwoon tho married and singlo members of iho Burrawaug li. K. Co., but as tho woat heir early patt of the afternoon pro; j ' \vorablo, and thorgj being only of '3^' -ar of n-f'' 'I ''mc was oonsiderc- -n-.D,: Y... - ? ' * mat oh and p. ? r,*?cy , finer weather \ — Saturdav was hot- ''tt I1' equal number of '^V'Tjsn. seven shots at 400 u.— f-v suited in a win for theX;.^, points. Mocsro. S. Hnytq' Bunt (53) shot woll for tho while Messrs. T. Elliott (ojL\ ''^t| (50) scored woll for thg,v'' J M ' ? ehcoting tho target v?ns V I ijj -v; at intervals by tho fog, bji, ^ light south-onst wind with Vain^fwi'e was also bad for good scoring. A feature in the afloruoon's sliooting— despite' tho unpleasant state of the weather — was the Bwart manner in which tho assistant markor handled tho dioca. Appended are t'..e doores Mabried Team. ?100 500 T, yds y3a S. Hayter .. 31 33— 64 H. Bunt . . .. 28 25—53 G. Lefevre .....
SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
S1IOW3. Berrima Distriot Show, second week in March. Robertson Show, March 2 and 3. 1892. CrooUwcll 1'. and A. Association, March 10th and 11. Goulburn Agricultural Society, March 24 anil 25. Dapto A. & H. Society. Wednesday and Thurs day, January 13th nnd 14th, 1892. Entries closo 2nd January. Albion Park A. & H. Society, Wednesday nnd ' ' ' Thursday, January 20 and 21st, 1S92. Entries oloso 13th January. Kiama A. Association, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fridiy, 27th, 28th, and 29th January, 1892. En tries close January Otli. , ; . Wollongong A. H. & I. Association — VVednoMlay and Thursday, 'February 3rd nnd 4th. Entries closo . January 7th. Kangaroo Valloy A. & H. Association, Thursday ' and Fruliy, 25th and 20th February, 1892.
SILOS, ENSILAGE AND SILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
SILOS, ENSILAGE AND SILAGE. Whis is tho titla of a comprehensive and liberally illustrated pamphlet which has been preparod by Mr. J. A Despoissis, inspeotor of thoDopartment of Agriculture, ond is now ready for issue from tho Government Print ing office. It traces tho growth of ensilage in publio estimation down to tho present time, giving illustrations of the various forms of silo, tho most modern machinery used in preparation of silago, and full dotails of tho forms and modes of construction which ex perience has shown to bo tho most satisfac tory. A succinct account is givon of the changes that occur during the process of en silago with an illustration of the different gorms whioh not as tho agents of fermenta tion. One section of tho work is devoted to giving full dotails of tho various crops, - ? -'itJi analyses, which can bo most issrs. A. J. Harrison and -J for us0 the silo. ?'iok filling is fully '?iven as to the ,l-e cIob :-js of n waL^.x by me^|\ under of anhydrous cyt», ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
Certainly tlie beat mcdieino known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, edds, in fluenza ; tlie relief is instanteiious. Iu serious cases and accidents of all kinds, bo they wounds bums, Ecakliugs, bruises, sprains it is the safest remedy — no swelling — no inflammation. Like surprising effects produced iu croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs, swellings, &c. ; diarrha'a, dyscntry, diseases of tho kidneys and urinary organs. Iu use at hospitals and clinice all over the world ; patronised by His Majesty tho Kim; of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma at Iuteruatioual Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in approved articlo and reject all others,
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
Messrs. R. M. Graham and J. T. Hayter have valuable forma for salo in various parts of tho distract. See advt; Tho 'Agent-General for Queensland has publishod in tho Times tho wholo of tho cor respondence which passed between tho gov ernor of tho Bank of England and Sir Samuol Griffith, in reference to tho. charges made by Sir Thomas Molllwraith against tho Bank,
SOUTHERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING AT MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892
SOUTHERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. ! ? I Annual Meeting at Moss Vale. j Patron : His Excellcncy the Earl of Jersey. President: Capt. Tlio Hon. H. 13. Kator, M.L.C. ; Vice-presidents : Colonel Eden, Colonel Goodlct, Lt.-Col. Macdonald, Lt.-Col. Farrcll, Lt.-Col. Stakes. Lt.-Col. Ilolborrow, Major Lasscttcr, and the officers commanding tho Cavairy, Mounted Infantry, and Reserves in tho Southern aud South Coast Districts. Trustees: Captain the Hon. H. E. Katcr, Captain Bradbury, ami Mr, C. Taylor. Council : Captains Bradbury, Cowper, Uiggins, Allen, Munro, Quirk, Ilcthorington, Lieut. Napior, Sergt. Duprcz, and Messrs. \V. W. Berry, J. R. Scro^gic, J. Blatch. C. Taylor. W. Jones, R. H. Jcrviu, F. Wotton, H. G. Lambert, and H. Cole man. Kxccutivo Cmnmittco : Capt,- Bradbury, Lieut. Napier. Mr. W. W. Borry, C. Taylor, J. K. Scroggic, F. Wotton, and H. Coleman. Treasurer : Mr. Lambert. Secretary ; Mr. G. Gissiug.